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Living in Vinton, VA

Vinton, Virginia, is a quiet community, easily characterized as having small-town charm and wide-open spaces. It doesn't take long to fall in love with the town, which explains why so many residents are proud to call it their home for the long term. Just a short nine-mile drive fromRoanoke, Vinton is often considered a bedroom community for its larger neighbor. Yet living in Vinton, VA, has its own benefits, independent of its proximity to a sizable metropolis. If you're interested in loads of unfettered landscape and plenty of trails, Vinton might be an ideal fit for your next home. In fact, the town also has biking, fishing, and relaxing water activities, like kayaking up its sleeve.

Things to Do in Vinton

Vinton is a major gateway to Explore Park, with about 1,000 acres of land, which is more than enough space to play outdoors on your day off. Fishing and canoeing on the Roanoke River are a few favorite pastimes, and miles of trails are begging you to take your new bike for a test run. The park's historic area contains well-maintained homes from the 1800s, so your outdoor excursion also gives you a sense of history.

Vinton, Virginia, is home to Roanoke Valley's oldest festival: the annual Dogwood Festival. Named for the state tree, the festival includes a 5K run and other community events. The Vinton Memorial is also a special part of the community. It was dedicated in the late 1940s in honor of Vietnam War veterans, and it remains a poignant part of the town's history. The site is also an event space.

Housing in Vinton

Vinton real estate consists of a variety of properties, from four-bedroom single-family homes on dozens of acres to condos in multi-unit complexes. Many single-family homes sit on generous lots, including ranch properties with 75-plus acres. Other homes for sale in Vinton are on lots of less than one acre. Despite lot size, single-family houses in Vinton have a few things in common, including access to a private garage or carport. Plenty of acreage remains untouched in the area, so lots available for construction are also a part of the Vinton neighborhood landscape.


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What Locals Love

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  • Head to the nearby Roanoke River to go fishing or canoeing and relax on the water.
  • Mark your calendar for the Dogwood Festival, which celebrates the Virginia state tree with community events and a 5k run.
  • Visit the 1,200-acre Explore Park, to see the rolling hills and woodlands, take a walk on the hiking trails, gather for a picnic, and more.

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Vinton Real Estate at a Glance

  • 90 Homes Sold*
  • 71 Avg. Days on Market*
  • $199,950 Median Price*

*over last 3 months

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