Welcome to beautiful and extraordinary Four Seasons Country of the two Virginias!
"Four Seasons Country," the magnificent Mercer/Tazewell County region, is known far and wide for our delightful and invigorating climate surrounded by our majestic and splendid mountains. Within this region is our area of "The Bluefields," including both Bluefield, WV in Mercer County and Bluefield, VA in Tazewell County, neighbors across the state line. The name "Bluefield" was inspired by native bluegrass and a species of chicory with a bright blue flower. Nestled in the Appalachian Mountains of southern WV and southwestern VA, with a fascinating and varied history, we are a prime vacation and recreation destination.
Bluefield, WV, established in the mid-1880's and incorporated in 1889, traces its development to the arrival of the railroad that reached the nearby abundant and vast Pocahontas coalfields. At an elevation of more than 2,600 feet, Bluefield is the highest city in West Virginia. With warm days and cool nights, Bluefield is nicknamed "Nature's Air-conditioned City." In a famous tradition going back more than 60 years, on those occasional summer days when the temperature reaches 90 degrees, Bluefield serves free lemonade. Mercer County, your entry to southern WV, has gorgeous mountain scenery combined with several state parks and intriguing historic small towns that reflect our rich cultural heritage.
Bluefield, VA, the largest town in Tazewell County and recognized as "Virginia's Tallest Town," is located near East River Mountain which has an elevation of about 3,800 feet. Dating back to the 1860's, it was originally named Pin Hook, later known as Harman, and then when incorporated changed to Graham. Finally, on July 12, 1924 recognizing the importance of both growing communities and their close economic ties, the name was changed
again to Bluefield. Some of our nearby attractions within Tazewell County include scenic Burke's Garden, known as "God's Thumbprint," the unique Pocahontas Exhibition Coal Mine and Coal Heritage Museum, and lovely Historic Crab Orchard Museum of early pioneer life.
Come see for yourself and discover the charms and wonderful lifestyle of our Four Seasons Country! When it comes to making a move in the Bluefield area, it just makes sense to turn to a real estate professional who cares about your needs and will go the extra mile to meet them.
As a real estate professional, Cameron has made it his passion to know everything he can about relocating to, from or within the Bluefield area. Those who have worked with Cameron appreciate knowing the purchase of their new home is in the hands of such a capable and trustworthy real estate agent.
To order the following complimentary relocation guide, just check the box to the left of the title and click "Send Me" at the bottom. You will then be prompted to enter your mailing information. Cameron will send you the guide once he has received your request.