The City of Arts and Innovation

Forsyth County is located in the heart of North Carolina’s Piedmont Triad, and Winston-Salem is its’ major city. Winston-Salem is home to 228,000 and was hailed by “Business Week” as one of “America’s 50 Best Cities.”

Forsyth County is a great place to live and work and is a popular destination for retirees. Other towns in the county are Clemmons, Kernersville, Lewisville, Rural Hall, Tobaccoville and Walkertown.

Cultural activities such as theater, symphony, film festivals, and opera as well as a bustling dowtown have positioned Winston-Salem as a leader in the arts in North Carolina. Winston-Salem is home to the North Carolina School of the Arts and has a long standing tradition of supporting the Arts.

Living in Forsyth County is affordable – including housing and lifestyle. Local taxes are among the lowest in North Carolina. Forsyth County specializes in helping small businesses started. As the economy has changed, Winston-Salem has taken a leading role in biomedical research, design, advanced software development and technology-based entrepreneurship.

There are still lots of rural areas in Forsyth County and with major interstates and highways, commuting is VERY manageable. From a low cost of living, educational assets, strong healthcare, cutural amenities and a healthy housing market, there are many reasons to make Forsyth County home.

If you’re interested in Forsyth County and you are looking for a recreational/hobby farm, a home with acreage, rural land tract to build your dream home, or a great home in one of of Forsyth County’s many small towns and communities, call Carolina Farms & Homes. Listing and selling rural properties like these is our specialty and niche. Give us a call.

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