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Boydton Population: 518

Total Males: 269
Total Females: 249
Median Household Income: $39,500
Total Households: 152

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Brief Information About Boydton


The town of Boydton is located in the county of Meclenburg. Boydton is located beside the Kerr lake. It has a total area of about 2 sq. km and locatd at an elevation of about 355 ft. above the sea level. The industry of Real estate enhances the development of businesses related to building contractors, electrical contractors and home improvement centers. Professional services involving janitorial services, law firms, financial advisory services and health services contribute to the local economy. Supermarkets, groceries, fruit and vegetable stores have maintained a control over the economy of the town. Commercial prpoerties are available for the growth and development of pharmacies and drug stores, retail shops and pizza stores. Local residents are engaged in businesses like marinas, psychology centers, rehabilitation services or work as guides in sight seeing tours.



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