Rautionkylä villa district is located on the shore of beautiful Lake Immalanjärvi. Many who grew up in the village want to establish their own home in Rautio, and many families have generations living close together.
To the north of the Rauti district is the traditional airport of Immola and to the south is a golf course. The settlement is mainly concentrated on the Salpausselkä fabric and on the southern slope going down to Lake Immalanjärvi. The oldest farmhouses in the area were built in the 1800th century. A dense population began to form in the area in the 1930s, when the builders and workers of Kaukopää's factories moved to the area. After the wars, many front-line men's houses were built in the area, and a few apartment buildings were also built in the Kaukopää fabric.
The agglomeration dominated by small houses has attractive detached houses surrounded by gardens and ready-to-build plots. The Kaukopää factory has been the most important employer since its completion, other employers of Rautians are the Border Guard of Southeast Finland and the Border School.
Rautio combines the best aspects of a rural village and a city district. There is space, peace and natural beauty, and it is possible to practice sports, aviation and play golf. Lake Immalanjärvi with its shores offers a wonderful environment for outdoor activities both in summer and winter. The Vuoksenniska silt can be reached along the Seppoinpolka trail.
It is 3 km to Vuoksenniska, 8 km to Mansikkala and 11 km to Imatrankoski. Local buses run regularly and bike paths are good for city centers.
The Rauti neighborhood association is Imatra's longest-running and one of the most active village associations. The association maintains a village hut and a weaving loom in the kindergarten building, manages boat moorings on the village's shores in Immalanjärvi, and maintains a carpet washing place. The village association organizes annual events both in the village hut and on the shores of Lake Immalanjärvi. The association offers the villagers the opportunity to act for the benefit of their own area in talks and maintains close relations with the city's various industries and decision-makers.