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Loudoun’s dynamic landscape is shaped by the Potomac River and the Blue Ridge Mountains. Located 25 miles from the Nation’s Capitol, and in close proximity to Dulles International Airport, Loudoun has established itself as a hub for technology, communications and transportation.

Loudoun County was established in 1757 although settlement of the area began some 20 years earlier. Loudoun played a vital role during the War of 1812 when it was used as a place of safekeeping for Federal archives and documents. Like its neighboring counties in Northern Virginia, the communities of Loudoun were the site of several Civil War skirmishes and troop encampments.


Aldie is a small community located roughly 1-½ hours west of Washington, D.C.  Historic Aldie is more rural village than suburban neighbo...


Ashburn is located west of Washington, D.C., just beyond Sterling. The community is part of Northern Virginia’s well-developed tech corridor th...


Bluemont is located about an hour west of Washington, D.C. at the base of Snickers Gap near the Blue Ridge Mountains. Bluemont marked the farthest re...


Hamilton, VA is located just east of Purcellville, off Route 7. After the Civil War, Hamilton became a destination of interest with the construction ...


Hillsboro is a small town with a rich history. During the 18 th and 17 th centuries the community was the site of a number of mills that processed ...


Lansdowne is located 25 miles west of Washington, D.C on the banks of the Potomac, between Ashburn and Leesburg. Its history mirrors that of its surr...


Leesburg is located roughly 40 miles outside of Washington, D.C. For most of its history, Leesburg consisted of large farms and plantations. Leesburg...


Lovettsville is located in the northern most part of Virginia two miles south of the Potomac River and just 14 miles northwest of Leesburg. Historica...


Established in 1787, was previously called Chinn’s Crossroads but was renamed because of its location midway between Alexandria and Winchester....


Purcellville is located about an hour west of Washington, D.C. It was settled by Quakers in the late 18 th century. Like Middleburg and other commun...

South Riding

South Riding is a census-designated place and planned community in Loudoun County, Virginia. The population as of the 2010 Census was 24,256. Neighbo...


Sterling is located approximately 45 miles west of Washington, D.C. on Leesburg Pike. It shares an agrarian history with the other communities in Lou...


Waterford is located northwest of Leesburg and south of Lovettsville.  It was settled by Quakers in the early 1700's and is one of few Natio...

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