Collins and Associates of Independence, Virginia, licensed in Virginia and North Carolina, specializes in representing Blue Ridge Mountain properties in Grayson and Carroll counties in Virginia and Ashe and Allegany Counties in North Carolina.
Call or come see us to view premier mountain view real estate, mountain vacation homes and cabins, farms, recreational/ hunting properties and varied waterfront offerings in the New River Valley, Grayson Highlands and Northwest North Carolina.
At Collins and Associates your realtor will possess a true knowledge of the property you've chosen to view. Our commitment to you is that we will truthfully represent to you all we know about the listing and it's immediate vicinity. Our thorough understanding of the area and its recreational opportunities further enhances your ability to make an informed buying decision. Whether you are searching for a primary residence, vacation home, or an investment opportunity, your search will be greatly aided by your Collins associate.
Recreational opportunities including fishing, kayaking and canoeing the New River, horseback riding through the Jefferson National Forest and its renowned Virginia Highlands Horse Trail. Fishing amongst miles of Virginia's finest trout streams and cycling along the Virginia Creeper or New River Trail are just some of the adventures that await you in this beautiful area.
Grayson County lies just north of the North Carolina state line in the region known as Southwest Virginia. The western end of the county includes the Grayson Highlands of Mt. Rogers and White Top mountain. In the east is located the city of Galax, home to the world renound Galax Fiddler's Convention. Grayson County is within 2 hours drive of Charlotte, N.C., 1 1/2 hours of Winston-Salem, N.C. and also Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, VA. Bristol, TN is 70 miles to the west. Grayson County is accessible from both I-81 and I-77 and the Blue Ridge Parkway.
Ours is an area rich with seasonal festivals and musical events highlighting our heritage and cultural diversity. Throughout the ever-changing seasons you'll find musicians, craft persons, community volunteers, artisans, tourism officials and everyday people busy supporting the arts and providing for the enhancement of local communities. Natives of the area are proud and protective of these resources yet eager to share their culture and art with appreciative visitors.