Loudoun Real Estate
Bordered by the Potomac River all the way to Harpers Ferry, West Virginia on its north, Loudoun County, Virginia, serves as the westernmost edge of what is commonly referred to as “Northern Virginia” and is the wealthiest county by household income in the United States. With its population doubling to over 350,000 since 2000, it’s also one of the fastest growing counties in United States. Like many parts of the Greater DC Metro area, Loudoun County has a wide variety of housing options, from the hunt country estates of Middleburg on its southern boundary, to Sterling in its east, to the small towns of Purcellville, Hamilton and Round Hill in the west, to its colonial center in Leesburg (named for an ancestor of Robert E. Lee), to the massive planned communities of Ashburn, Potomac Falls and South Riding, to the bedroom enclave of Sterling and beyond. Washington-Dulles International Airport is here on its eastern edge. Golf course living is in abundance here, from the upscale suburban charm of Belmont to the mansions of Creighton Farms to riverfront majesty of Lowes Island or River Creek. The county’s residents live in homes ranging from a $72,000 1BR condo in Leesburg to a $4,200,000 single family home in Upperville and everything in between, with an average price of about $437,000 in 2015.
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