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    • Sterling

      The Scoop: Sterling was established as the first planned community in Loudoun County in 1962, on what had previously been a dairy farm. New homes were prefabricated houses built by…

    • Ashburn

      The Scoop: Thinking of living in Ashburn, Virginia? Ashburn is a still-growing town in the heart of Loudoun County, between Dulles Airport and Leesburg. Covering roughly 17 square miles, the…

    • Leesburg

      About Leesburg The town of Leesburg is not only the seat of government for Loudoun County, but also its heart. (That’s the courthouse pictured.) With the traditional downtown historic district,…

    • Purcellville

      About Purcellville Originally settled in 1764 as the “Village of Purcell’s Store,” the Town of Purcellville is now home to nearly 7,000 residents. Even with the tremendous population and business…

    • Round Hill

      About Round Hill The town of Round Hill, in western Loudoun, was incorporated in 1900 and named for a 910 foot high hill located two miles outside of town. Originally…

    • Hamilton

      About Hamilton The quaint town of Hamilton, located between Leesburg and Purcellville in western Loudoun County, was first settled in the 1730’s. Like many towns, it took its’ name from…

    • Aldie

      The Scoop: Aldie is an historic town tucked into a gap between Catoctin Mountain and Bull Run Mountain in the southeastern corner of Loudoun County.  The area is best known for…

    • Chantilly

      About Chantilly Chantilly is located in the southwest corner of Loudoun County and is the crossroads of Routes 50 & 28. Originally named for an 18th Century plantation it is…

    • Middleburg

      About Middleburg Established in 1787 and aptly named for its’ location halfway between Arlington and Winchester, Middleburg is now the “Horse and Hunt Capital” of the nation. From the historic…

    • Waterford

      About Waterford The Village of Waterford was founded in 1833 as a Quaker settlement and is now a designated National Historic Landmark. Many of the early structures (and the ambiance…

    • Bluemont

      About Bluemont The Village of Bluemont was settled in the 1770s at the base of Snicker’s Gap in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Originally known as Snickersville, the town officially became Bluemont…