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“There’s an overwhelming sense of pride,”

“...we are having all of this great energy.”

- Mark Johnson, President and CEO of YMCA of Virginia’s Blue Ridge

- Karen Waldron, Owner and CEO, Fralin & Waldron Real Estate

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Bountiful Botetourt Two and a half centuries of history and community!

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Cover Home Spotlight

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4 Common Home Mistakes

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Maintenance Checklist


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Bountiful Botetourt

-By Chad Parries

Two and a half centuries of history, community, and continued growth!

Perhaps no area in the Roanoke Valley has seen more growth and development in the last decade than Botetourt County. Sitting at just over 33,000 residents, the county encompasses 541 square miles with Interstate 81 virtually cutting it in half. Next year will mark 250 years of existence for a jurisdiction that in its early days extended all the way to the Mississippi River. Two and a half centuries later, the county certainly isn’t as large, but continues to develop new ways to attract visitors and citizens alike. There is no more evidence of this than the Daleville Town Center. Over the course of

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the last ten or so years, this ever-evolving hub on route 220, about a mile off the newly revamped exit 150, has turned in an epicenter for the county. With several restaurants such as Rodeo Chico, Tizzone and Tap House, evenings and weekends make it a popular gathering spot. Businesses such as Bank of Botetourt, Wells Fargo and Lewis Gale Regional Health also make it a robust area for industry and commerce.

Owner and CEO Karen Waldron, who is one of the spearheads of Daleville Town Center. Waldron had a vision of this area a number of years ago, and remained persistent even in the economic downturn of 2008. A decade later, she is proud of what the area has turned into.

“I love that we are having all of this great energy,”

“I love that we are having all of this great energy,” said Waldron. “We wanted to create a community where people would find harmony and want to work for other innovative people.”

Another organization that occupies the area is Fralin & Waldron Real Estate, led by

“One thing we found out when researching how to make this successful is we needed

Pictured: Daleville Town Center

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to have a community gathering place,” continued Waldron, who relocated her own company headquarters from southwest Roanoke County several years ago. “The people who work for me have totally embraced the lifestyle down there. They love getting the chance to walk around the community and check out the restaurants.”

“The people who work for me have totally embraced the lifestyle down there” Mark Johnson, President and CEO of YMCA of Virginia’s Blue Ridge, helped lead his organization to open a new 43,000 square foot facility in January. One of the highlights of the journey was the connection the Y immediately established with the Botetourt community. “There’s an overwhelming sense of pride,” said Johnson, who said financial commitments for the new facility started

as early as summer 2013. This showed the desire of the county to bring a new wellness area in. “Normally it takes time to build that. But Botetourt has been so poised to grow, so that just happened…people are really happy.” Some of the other aspects Johnson has been pleased with in the first six months include the amount of families that have joined, the amount of non-members that have visited, the buy-in and partnerships of local schools and the willingness of citizens to drive from other parts of the county to be a part of what his organization is doing.

“...Botetourt has been so poised to grow,...” “It is a spread out community and there’s not that core that live within a 12 minute drive,” said Johnson. “It had to be something that was going to draw people from a little more distance.”

That risk has paid off. Johnson said he has members from as far away as Eagle Rock, and has gotten feedback from citizens of other county zip codes such as Blue Ridge and Buchanan. That spread out community certainly had its advantages as well, especially in the warm weather months we are experiencing now. The new urban-esque vibe of Daleville is quite the contrast from the serene quiet feelings of floating on the James River about 17 miles away on the eastern side of Botetourt County. John Mays co-owns and operates Twin River Outfitters in Buchanan with his brother Dan, where visitors can rent canoes, kayaks, inner tubes and rafts for either an action-packed, or maybe lazier day, along the James River. This has quickly become a summer hot spot for both locals and visitors…until they cool off in the water anyway. - continued on page 6

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-continued from page 5 “Botetourt has been great for providing a supportive environment,” said Mays, who has been in the location since 2008, and estimated he received 11,000 visitors in 2018, but expects more this year with a drier forecast. “Our proximity to the interstate works out well…we’ve never really had any opposition or challenges from the locals. And restaurants love it

“Botetourt has been great for providing a supportive environment,” when we are busy, because customers will walk over there and eat out as well.” Twin Rivers offers visitors a two mile stretch of class one and class two water with life jackets, a pre-participatory orientation and a shuttle service to get them back to their

original destination after cruising the river to maximize safety and ensure a good time. The recreational options of Botetourt aren’t just limited to the water. Hiking options are available for all ages at Roaring Run in Eagle Rock, an intermediate trail geared for those of all ages, while Tinker Cliffs and Apple Orchard Falls provide more of a challenge for the more experienced hiker. The Botetourt Sports Complex opened as a state of the art athletic facility in 2007 and was the named Complex of the Year by the Amateur Softball Association in 2012. In addition to hosting tournaments and county recreation events, the park has walking trails and a playground. Finally, Fincastle’s Camp Eagle has been a community mainstay for over 30 years, offering their campus for summer camps, retreats and specialized group events.

HELLO BOTETOURT!

And as summer will turn into fall, Layman Family Farms in Blue Ridge has turned into one of the most thought of autumn destinations with their well-known corn maze, hayrides and pumpkin patch. And if all of that recreation proves to be too much, or if general relaxation is on the agenda, Ballast Point Brewery has quickly become one of the most popular hangout spots not only in Botetourt, but all of southwest Virginia since its 2017 opening in Daleville. Its picturesque views of the valley from Greenfield Industrial Park is a wonderful snapshot of the area, both literally and figuratively, completing the vision Waldron had for the area before it existed. “The beauty blows my mind,” said Waldron. “It’s become a wonderful location that people want to enjoy…I say let’s just keep going.”

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4 Common Homeowner Mistakes Four things homeowners should never do to their homes.

No matter what type of home you have, following these 4 suggestions could ensure that it maintains its resale value for years to come.

[1] Remove your only bathtub If resale value is important to you, don’t get rid of your only bathtub no matter how dreamy that walk-in shower looks. It will make it harder to sell when the time comes. You’ll flat-out lose buyers who love a good soak or need a tub to bathe little ones (both human and four-legged.)

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[2] Cover wallpaper with water-based paint You don’t have to remove that dated wallpaper – simply paint over it. Just don’t do it with water-based paint. It can reactivate wallpaper glue and cause the paper to peel. Instead, use oil-based primer, let it dry completely and then apply paint over it.

[3] Paint exterior brick Bricks need to breathe. Paint chokes it. Paint can destroy the brick and mortar and even cause the foundation to crumble. If you’re itching for a new exterior look, try new shutters, paint the front door or update your landscaping. If you just can’t live with

your brick color, try brick stain, which bonds with the brick allowing it to breathe.

[4] Plant trees close to your home That young sapling just a few feet from your door seems so harmless. Until it grows up. In addition to the risk of falling limbs, tree roots from mature trees can weaken your home’s foundation and clog plumbing and sewer pipes. Plant medium and large trees at least 30 to 50 feet from the house. Put small trees (30 feet or less) at least eight, preferably 10, feet away. - Source: HouseLogic.com Kelley Walters, courtesy of RVAR

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Summer Maintenance Checklist! Four important maintenance jobs southern homeowners should complete for summer to prevent costly repairs and keep their homes in top condition.

These four simple check-ups could help you avoid costly repairs later in the season.

Check to see if the gutters have pulled away from the house, and for bent spots

[1] Check your drainage

[2] Look for rotting wood along the eaves

Spring and summer rains, often heavy in the South, provide an opportunity to peek outside and see where water runs along your property. If you have areas of standing water, you need to plan for corrective action, such as re-grading, building landscaping features or installing a French drain (a shallow trench often filled with gravel that’s designed to redirect water). These rains also can help you locate blockages in your gutters. Look for overflow from the gutters and weak or non-existent flow from the downspouts that indicate a blockage.

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Check your roof overhang -- also called the eaves -- for dripping water and peeling paint that may indicate roof leaks and rot. If you see signs of trouble, consult a home inspector or roofing contractor.

[3] Check for roof damage Inspecting your roof is especially important if your house falls under the drip line of a large

tree or if you’ve had a recent hailstorm. If your roof is difficult to navigate, stay on the ground and use a pair of binoculars. Look for loose, damaged or missing shingles, and be sure to check plumbing vents.

[3] Clean your siding In the humid South, algae growth and mildew frequently appear on siding. Clean your vinyl, brick, stucco or wood siding with mild soap and water, a brush and a garden hose with a spray nozzle. A pressure or power washer should only be used by a professional. - Source: HouseLogic.com Karin Beuerlein, courtesy of RVAR

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[1] Know thyself Understand the type of home that suits your personality. Do you prefer a new or existing home? A ranch or a multistory home? If you’re leaning toward a fixer-upper, are you truly handy or will you need to budget for contractors?

[2] Do your research List the features you most want in a home and identify which are necessities and which are

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[3] Get you finances in order Create a budget so you know how much you’re comfortable spending each month on housing. Do you have blemishes on your credit that will take time to clear up? Don’t wait until you’ve found a home and made an offer to investigate financing.

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[4] Be realistic It’s OK to be picky, but don’t be close-minded, unrealistic or blinded by minor imperfections. If you insist on living in a cul-de-sac, you may miss out on great homes on streets that are just as quiet and secluded. Use your priority list to evaluate each property, remembering there’s no such thing as the perfect home. - Source: HouseLogic.com G. M. Filisko, courtesy of RVAR

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Real Estate Transactions

Roanoke Over $300,000 M2M Properties LLC to Joseph P. Carroll and Lisa Carroll, 3120 Hollins Road N.E. Roanoke VA 24012, $825,000, 06/06/2019.

Shoemaker, Stacy A. to Jeffrey L. Sebastian and Donna F. Sebastian, 408 Courtney Ave. N.E. Roanoke, VA 24012, $107,500, 06/03/2019.

SRC Virginia Inc. to RE Sterlingwood Apartments LLC, 2201 Montauk Road N.W. Roanoke VA 24012, $8,800,000, 06/05/2019.

White, Jordan to Caitlyn Moore, 727 Brandon Ave. S.W. Roanoke, VA 24015, $129,000, 06/03/2019.

Winky Wise Enterprise LLC to Arellano Properties LLC, 2625 Colonial Ave., 0 26th St., 1018 26th St. and 2012 Bluefield Blvd. Roanoke VA 25015, $950,000, 6/03/2019

$200,000 to $300,000 McKinney, Don E. to Miguel A. Sifuentes, 4627 Eton Road S.W. Roanoke VA 24018, $299,950, 06/03/2019. Surabaugh, Kenneth M. to Lavonda B. Edwards, 3747 Winding Way Roanoke VA 24015, $225,000 06/05/2019. Templeton, Jonathan D. and Courtney G. Templeton to Benjamin R. Butler and Charsie Butler, 2405 WindsorAve. S.W. Roanoke VA 24015, $234,950, 06/05/2019.

$100,000 to $200,000

$50,000 to $100,000 Cofer, Suzanne H. and Thelma M. Hoback to Elite Estate Solutions LLC, 1320 Gilford Ave. N.W. Roanoke VA 24017, $67,000, 06/04/2019. King, Deloris A. to James Higgins, 5128 Youngwood Drive Roanoke VA 24017, $96,000, 06/03/2019. Martin, Christopher W. to ARD Properties LLC, 421 and 433 Church Ave. S.E. Roanoke VA 24013, $80,000, 06/03/2019. McGhee, C. Stuart and Peggy C. McGhee to Susan Kaminski, 3531 Peters Creek Road N.W.#501 Roanoke VA 24017, $52,000, 06/05/2019. Nichols, James Ray to Bruce M. McMaster and Francine M. McMaster, 440 Arbor Ave. S.E. Roanoke VA 24014, $60,000, 06/04/2019.

Campell, Christine A. to Jafer A. Eisa, 1421 Archbold Ave. N.E. Roanoke VA 24012, $111,000, 06/05/2019.

Quarles, Richard and Brenda Quarles to Anthony D. Gaither, 2802 Ordway Drive N.W. Roanoke VA 24017, $95,000, 06/04/2019.

Fitch, Donna T. and Eloise S. Twist Estate to David Murrell and Lindsey Murrell, 2536 Winifred Drive S.W. Roanoke VA 24018, $180,000, 06/03/2019.

Shifflett, Ronald B. and Audrey L. Shifflettto Daniel G. Wensley and Julie A. Wensley, 415 Elm Ave. S.W. Roanoke, VA 24016, $66,000, 06/04/2019.

Fugate, Marvin to Thomas Ranney, 2616 Shull Road N.E. Roanoke VA 24012, $128,650, 06/03/2019.

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Rose Ricks Inc. to Carole O. Victory, 1039 Rosemary Ave. S.E. Roanoke VA 24014, $157,500, 06/03/2019.

Brown,Barry F. and Mary H. Brown to William D. Harris and Stephanie L. Harris, 5220 Chukkar Drive Roanoke VA 24018, $309,000, 06/03/2019.

Rossello, Darell G. and Jessica P. Rossello to Daniel C. Carrell and Heath-

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er E. Brown, 2121 Garstland Drive N.W. Roanoke VA 24017, $145,000, 06/03/2019.

Over $300,000

Craig, Robin W. and Elsie C. Wertz

Living Trustto Victor E. Tamez Varela and Maria Lucila De La Garza Tamez, 5655 Castle View Lane Roanoke VA 24018, $345,000, 06/06/2019. DiGiovanni, Gabriel III and Jacqueline A. DiGiovanni to Evan D. Schiltz and Christina C. Schiltz, 4060 Horsepen Mountain Drive, Vinton VA 24179, $399,950, 06/04/2019. Nicholas, William E. to James P. Begasse and Katherian Begasse, 2712 Edgefield Drive, Vinton VA 24179, $340,000, 06/03/2019. Parker, David B. and Sally Beth Scott Parker to Jill W. Helm, 1745 Medinah Circle Salem VA 24153, $385,000 06/05/2019. Pearson, Shannon M. and Jenny W. Pearson to Richard L. Via and Janet A. Via, 920 Texas Hollow Road Salem VA 24153, $379,000, 06/03/2019. R. Fralin Construction Inc. to Joshua A. Gilbert and Carrie W. Gilbert, 4180 Berkeley Place Drive Roanoke VA 24018, $339,950, 06/04/2019

$200,000 to $300,000 Brammer, Judy L. to Jason C. Storey and Christina S. Storey, 1678 Millbridge Road Salem VA 24153, $289,450 06/03/2019. Cavalcanti, Thiago De Oliveira Caze to Srijan Adhikari, 2722 Paddington Station Lane Vinton VA 24179, $207,000, 06/03/2019. Dameron, Ronald and Robin Dameron to Lee A. Fix andGaryN.Fix, 6505Garman Drive, Roanoke VA 24019, $249,900 06/04/2019. Dobyns, Bobby L. and Susan P. Dobynsto Adam F. Wisniewski and Sarah Z. Wisniewski, 4803 Brookwood Drive Roanoke, VA 24018, $241,000, 06/04/2019. Fitzgerald, David K. to Michael L. Plantier and Patricia A. Rydgerg, 2851 and 2827 Summit Ridge Road Roanoke, VA. 24012, $299,500, 06/04/2019. - continued on page 16

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Real Estate Tran.

- continued from page 14 Maven Investments LLC to Jeffrey R. Taylor and Angela B. Henao, 2940 Mystique Court Roanoke VA 24012, $299,950, 06/05/2019. Moses, Margaret E. to Jonathan Templeton and Courtney Templeton, 806 Dillon Drive Vinton VA 24179, $294,000, 06/05/2019. Plantier, Michael L. to Donald S. Haddon III and Rachel D. Newcomb-Aroudane, 2622 Coachman Circle Roanoke VA 24012, $228,600 06/03/2019. Quesenberry, Billy R. II to Samantha T. Ferguson, 6114 Carolina Trail Roanoke VA 24019, $250,000 06/05/2019. Wylie, Rachel Lyn to Kaitlen Cooley, 5220 Foxtail Lane Roanoke VA 24019, $212,000, 06/05/2019.

$100,000 to $200,000 Bass, Michael J. to Gradon L.Graybill, 619 E. Augusta Ave. Vinton VA 24179, $144,950, 06/05/2019. Campbell, Marie F. to John A. Carter Rental Properties LLC, 5335 Cave Spring Lane, Roanoke VA 24018, $185,000, 06/05/2019. Corey, Keith D. and Courtney Corey to Pamela J. Riley, 2804 Elderwood Road, Salem, VA 24153, $135,000 06/05/2019. Huffman, Thomas E. and Whitney W. Huffman to Janice L. Brown, 5600 Merriman Road Roanoke VA 24018, $192,000, 06/03/2019. King, Carolyn C. to Daniel A. Webb and Rita L. Webb, 4801 Sunny Side Drive, Roanoke, VA 24018, $145,000 06/03/2019. Simpson, Allen M. to Nicholas G. Palmieri Jr., 430 Dexter Road Roanoke VA 24019, $110,500 06/04/2019.

Young, Jackie V. and Brenda J. Young to Judy S. Powers and Gary W. Powers, 251 Spring Grove Drive Vinton VA 24179, $193,640 06/04/2019

$50,000 to $100,000 Lakeview Loan Servicing LLC to Lofton Leasing LLC, 8182 Poor Mountain Road, Bent Mountain VA 24059, $70,680, 06/04/2019. McFague, Richard F. and Jeanne P. Yetz to James B. Holloway and Alicia L. Holloway, 0 Mount Chestnut Road Roanoke, VA. 24018, $74,000 ,06/04/2019. Reed, Glenn L. to Randy J. Hartinger and Heather B. Hartinger, 9945 Slings Gap Road Bent Mountain VA 24059, $90,000, 06/04/2019. Roanoke Valley Holdings LLC to R. Fralin Construction, 4180 Berkley Place Drive Roanoke, VA. 24018, $55,000, 06/04/2019.

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