Homes for Sale in Loudoun County, Virginia
Those seeking greener pastures and luxury homes for sale in the Washington Metro area, often turn to Loudoun County, Virginia. Located about 36 miles northwest of DC, this upscale region perennially ranks near or at the very top of the nation’s household incomes. It is a county that has successfully transitioned from its historic agrarian roots to technology and government based industries, while retaining its bucolic charm and quality of life.
Part of Loudoun’s metamorphosis has been its rapid population growth since the early 2000s, spurred by job creation as well as lifestyle opportunities. The obvious ripple effect has been housing construction boom, often with an emphasis on large lots and custom built homes. It’s not only a place for estates and trophy manors, however. You’ll also find multilevel townhomes as well as luxury condos for sale, especially in Loudoun’s larger cities and town centers.
Loudoun County Real Estate for Sale
- All Listings
- $200,000 - $300,000
- $300,000 - $400,000
- $400,000 - $500,000
- $500,000 - $600,000
- $600,000 - $700,000
- $700,000 - $800,000
- $800,000 - $900,000
- $900,000 - $1,000,000
- Over $1,000,000
Where to Live in Loudoun County
There is no lack of choices when it comes to where to live in Loudoun County. From historic old town centers to farmhouses and meadows, and from waterfront locales to mountain ranges, the 522 square mile county offers numerous great options.
Leesburg is the county seat, a historic town known not only for its grand old homes but considerable expansion in recent years and a comfortable commute into Washington. Ashburn is an affluent community of about 60,000, with big custom homes and attractive subdivisions. Countryside is an idyllic master-planned subdivision that offers small town charm within a tech corridor that has boosted the county’s economic power. Sterling is a spread out area that is home to the above mentioned Countryside subdivision, as well as highly coveted communities along the Potomac River including Potomac Falls. Landsdowne was once part of plantation land within Leesburg, before undergoing a new era of development, from restaurants, spas and businesses to luxury estates, condos, and townhouses for sale.
The communities mentioned above are just a small sampling of places to live in Loudoun, the third-most populous county in Virginia. Founded in 1757, it is area rich in history including notable Civil War battles. While there are still numerous vintage properties to be found, including those in the Queen Anne, Colonial, and country farmhouse tradition, the larger real estate emphasis lies in newer construction. There are spectacular mansions built in contemporary and traditional styles, including French Country, Mediterranean, and Tudor, with prices ranging into eight-figure territory. But the larger luxury inventory exists between the high-six and low-seven figure range.
There’s plenty to do in Loudoun County, with the outdoor life providing a bumper crop of recreational activities. Boating, fishing, golf, soccer, strolls through the many parks, yoga retreats, wine tours and picnics are just a few of the possibilities. Middleburg, an affluent community along the shared border between Loudoun and Fauquier is known as the “Nation’s Horse and Hunt Capital” for its equestrian activities.
To learn more about homes for sale in Loudoun County, call Andre Perez at District Partners at Compass, 202-798-3600.