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Belle Haven Population: 508

Total Males: 249
Total Females: 259
Median Household Income: $43,269
Total Households: 250

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Brief Information About Belle Haven


Belle Haven is the name of a town located in the counties of Northampton and Accomack in Virginia state. It has a total area of about 4 sq. kms. and most of the population are primarily engaged with the agricultural sector. Another place of the same name of Belle Haven located in the County of Fairfax in Virginia. This town has a total area of about 7 sq. kms. 

The town with the same name located in Fairfax county iseconomically better placed, despite being affected by natural calamities. US route number 1 crosses the city. It is also bordered by the Potomac River on the East.

The town in Accomack has a number of scenic places which helps in the growth of the local tourism industry. Some inhabitants are also involved with the education sector, shops and stores in the area. Golf is a common sport here.

Being small towns, both, located in separate counties, are also similar to each other in a number of ways. The racial make up of both the towns show a white majority. The major activities of the places are based on agriculture and small trade. Few locals are also engaged in community services.



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