Nestled between the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Potomac River, Loudoun County is a culinary destination and a premier wine region on the east coast, just 25 miles from Washington, DC. Known as DC’s Wine Country, Loudoun is home to more than 40 wineries, nestled within winding roads, horse farms and historic estates. The wineries are boutique in style and house tasting rooms in everything from rustic barns to architecturally stunning facilities. Indulge in tastings, tours food pairings and conversation with award-winning winemakers.
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Sugarland Run is named after the creek that runs north to the Potomac River alongside the neighborhood. One of the distinguishing features of the Sugarland Run community is its ranch-style architecture, usually found in sunbelt cities, offering a change from the more typical colonials found throughout Northern Virginia. Despite challenging changes with the economy, Sugarland Run not only prevails as an affordable place to live, but maintains the attributes that make it a great place for families to live.
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