Real Estate Brokers For Stokes County
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Welcome to the Website of the Real Estate Brokers for Stokes County (REBSC)
Unique Real Estate Opportunities
With its stunning natural beauty, its rich cultural heritage and its close proximity to both the rugged mountains and vibrant urban centers, Stokes County offers unique real estate opportunities.
Stokes County has many treasures to offer whether you are a potential homebuyer, homebuilder, or retiree. It is an excellent place to locate your business, raise a family and enjoy the great outdoors.
Please take time to browse through our website and learn more about Stokes County.
Stokes County offers beautiful mountains, the Dan River, one of North Carolina’s finest State Parks, waterfalls, and breathtaking scenery, all within 20 minutes of two of the largest urban centers in the state, Winston-Salem and Greensboro.
Within its borders lie the 6,000 acre Hanging Rock State Park offering trails, boating, and rock climbing. Traversing the County are a series of bridal and hiking trails as well as biking routes catering to the beginner or the more experienced outdoor enthusiast. If rafting, kayaking or canoeing is what you are in to, Dan River affords a wonderful opportunity to enjoy yourself.
Schools, Colleges and Libraries
The county has an excellent public school system consisting of 11 elementary, 3 middle and 3 high schools as well as the Stokes Early College facility and the Meadowbrook Academy.
A branch of Forsyth Technical Community College is located in the Meadows community. Seven colleges and universities including Wake Forest University, the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Winston-Salem State University and the University of North Carolina School of the Arts are within a 20 mile radius.
Danbury, King and Walnut Cove all have well-stocked and often used public libraries.
Stokes County, has a rich cultural heritage of music art and performing arts. An energetic and enterprising Stokes County Arts Council has been active for many years and offers programs for children and adults year-round. Programs such as the popular “Stokes Stomp Festival on the Dan”, the “Winter Dessert Theater” and “Wine, Bid, and Boogie at Town Fork Creek” are just a few examples of a very busy arts calendar.
If you are looking for a place that you can truly call “home”, look through our website and make contact with one of the brokers listed here. He or she will be happy to tell you more about this wonderful place to live, work and play.