This revamped four-bedroom farmhouse in Purcellville featuring two full and two half baths provides the quietude of the countryside with all the amenities of the city. This single-family home features a two-car garage and more than 3,200 sqaure feet of space. It’s listed for $1.125 million.
This updated four-bedroom, 3.5 bath home nestled on a manageable three quarters of an acre lot in Round Hill offers the comforts of country living with the convenience of urban life. It’s listed for $845,900.
With kids back to school and the calendar flipped to September, many Loudoun County residents are turning their attention some of the area’s traditional fall activities and festivals. With COVID-19 safety protocols in place, local event organizers are ready to welcome visitors to this year’s…
Lovettsville-based Flying Ace Distillery received multiple awards at the North American Bourbon and Whiskey Competition over the weekend, according to a press release from the distillery.
After launching the Loudoun Film Festival last year in the midst of the pandemic, co-founders Kaeley Boyle and Owen Palmiotti said they are ready and excited to hold the event for a second year.
Two hundred years of western Loudoun charm lie within the walls of this unique, three-bedroom Lovettsville home, which was recently listed for $475,000.
On a half-acre lot in the heart of Virginia’s Hunt Country sits this two-bedroom Middleburg cottage, boasting a sharp design and single-floor sensibility. It’s currently listed at $610,000.
Director Jim Collinson is comparing Sterling Playmakers’ production of “Godspell,” which opened July 29, to that of Hamilton. This, he said, is not only because the play is a classic with lasting themes. But also because, like the filmed version of the Broadway smash hit, audiences can strea…
Between its cathedral-like scale, no-expense-spared design ethic, and features like a home theater and a pair of two-car garages, this red brick Chantilly mansion is among the most impressive neighborhood homes on the market in Loudoun. It is currently listed at $1.4 million.
Leesburg resident Sharon Brown has always believed in the importance of giving back to the community. Twenty years ago, she founded a nonprofit called Birthday Blessings which provides birthday gifts for northern Virginia children in need ranging from ages 3 to 17.
After taking last year off due to the pandemic, Ashburn’s Rock Ridge High School resumed its annual Performing Arts Summer Camp this month, concluding over the weekend with performances of Disney’s “Moana.”
On a half-acre lot within walking distance of downtown Leesburg sits this three-bedroom raised-ranch model, complete with new conveniences and room for expansion. The 1,758-square-foot home was recently listed for $524,900.
In August 2006, Lovettsville resident Debra Schaffer was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer. She was in her late 40s, and her oncologist gave her just two years to live.
Less than a year after purchasing Village Lanes Bowling Center on Catoctin Circle in Leeburg, the owners of the newly renovated family entertainment center and restaurant — now called The Branch — have opened to the public.
The town of Purcellville was recently adorned with a series of large, brightly-painted words affixed to sections of fencing as part of a community art project, the goal of which is brightening onlookers’ day, according to project organizers.
Nearly 200 years of western Loudoun history is embedded in the walls of this five-bedroom, nearly-3,200-square-foot Waterford farmhouse. The home, along with the surrounding 1.6-acre property, is currently listed at $899,900.
Round Hill’s Eleni Kasianides was named Miss Loudoun County Fair on Sunday in the lead-up to next week’s Loudoun County Fair in Leesburg — the first edition of the event in two years.
More than 20 years after the Robert and Dee Leggett Foundation purchased nearly 900 acres at 11661 Harpers Ferry Road in Hillsboro, known as the Blue Ridge Center for Environmental Stewardship (BRCES), their mission has been to provide families with a public space to experience the outdoors.
Nestled cozily in a flora-heavy, 1.61-acre lot, this two-bedroom Bluemont cabin makes the most of its 935-square-foot floorplan and offers an optimal escape for nature lovers. It is currently listed at $399,000.
A quilt project launched by Purcellville resident Diane Canney during the pandemic is now being exhibited in the Loudoun County Government Center building through September 3.
Lovingly maintained and brimming with quaint mid-century simplicity, this three-bedroom Sterling rambler is an ultra-cozy abode ideal for the growing family. It’s currently listed at $480,000.
After recently restoring and renovating a 230-year-old Quaker barn at Shiloh Manor Farm to serve as a wedding and events space, the owners of the Purcellville farm have planned a classical concert series which will kick off July 24.
Thousands of Loudoun residents lined parade routes and took part in Independence Day festivities over the weekend, with officials saying this year’s events were some of the largest turnouts they’ve seen.
It’s not every day a historic business shows up on the housing market. Formerly the W.E. Nichols General Store, this five-bedroom abode in the village of Lincoln is ready for some lucky Loudouner to call it home. It is currently listed at $785,000.
After missing a year of Fourth of July celebrations due to the pandemic, Loudoun County’s traditions of marking the nation’s birthday will commence this weekend and continue through July 4, including fireworks and parades.