If You Could Live Anywhere in Virginia Where Would It Be?

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    Live in rural San Diego county, closest neighbor is a hundred yards. For 31 years now. We can't go back to a tract home now.
     
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    I live in the Charleston, South Carolina area, why would I want to move to Virginia?
     
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    Indiana is great. Super low home prices, not much work, but some, but cost of living is excellent! Weather is not bad either
     
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    Near the closest U-HAUL location near the western most border.
     
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    Surprised nobody has mentioned my favorite part of Virginia. The Colonial Williamsburg area. It has everything. Culture, recreational opportunities, good 4-season weather, close enough to the ocean, good churches, friendly people, a great history, good educational opportunties. Summers are a bit hot & oppressive, but that's what A/C is for.

    But there are many parts of the state that I've visited, travelled to on business, and thoroughly enjoyed. The NOVA area is not really Virginia, in any other way than legally. Most Virginians got the hell out a long time ago.
     

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