Tucked into a gap between Catoctin Mountain and Bull Run Mountain on John Mosby Highway (Route 50) is the unincorporated village of Aldie. The area, in the south eastern corner of Loudoun County, is best known for its’ original grist mill, the only one in Virginia with twin overshot waterwheels. The mill was first built in 1785, and the village grew around it. The post office was built in 1811, and the first school was established in 1858. You can read more about the history of the village on Aldie’s website.
Recently, new residential communities started popping up along the edges of town, bringing new life to the historic community.
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