Despite its relatively compact, 3-acre lot, this sprawling, 14,672-square-foot Leesburg mansion in the Grenata Preserve neighborhood offers regal living and French-inspired design on the grandest of scales. It’s available to own for $6.9 million.
With school having been virtual for nearly a year, the theatre program at Leesburg’s Heritage High School was forced to navigate a slew of obstacles in order to make this year’s spring production a reality.
An enchanting Cape Cod-style house, a massive equestrian facility with an eight-stall barn and more than 28 acres make this Lovettsville property a truly enrapturing sample of idyllic western Loudoun. It’s available to own for $1.395 million.
At only 15 years old, Rock Ridge High School sophomore Zahria Ford made her mark as a major poetic talent earlier this month when her poem, “Colors,” won her the Northern Region branch of the 2021 Strong Men & Women in Virginia History student writing contest.
With strikingly contemporary architecture, a luxurious pool area and a densely forested, 3-acre lot, this four-bedroom Leesburg home is wholly unique compared to everything else on the local market. It just went on the market for $728,500.
A group of Loudoun County winemakers have teamed up to create a red wine blend called the 2019 Valle Tranquilo, and bottles went on sale Feb. 12.
A new gift shop featuring local and national brands will be opening this spring in the former Southern States building at 201 W. Washington St. in Middleburg.
Solar paneling, plenty of yard space and a simple yet well-maintained and recently updated interior make this two-bedroom Sterling home a great choice for the new or growing family. It’s available to own for $425,000.
While most Super Bowl viewers were tuned in to see the football game, an unexpected surprise came at the beginning of the show during the National Anthem.
As a way to bring awareness and highlight businesses in the town of Leesburg, the town’s Department of Economic Development has launched a video series as part of a new initiative called “Locally Leesburg.”
Six years ago, when Purcellville resident Sarah Rubin was 11 years old, both her mother and seven-year-old sister were diagnosed with cancer within weeks of each other.
Salamander Hotels and Resorts in Middleburg has teamed up with Food & Wine Magazine to present “The Family Reunion,” a multi-day event celebrating diversity in the hospitality industry.
-StageCoach Theatre Company Presents “Til Death Do Us Part – murder mystery.” Feb. 6, 7, 13, 14 and 20 at 6:30 p.m. $60 includes show and dinner catered by Pure Perfection LLC. Live at Oatlands, 20850 Oatlands Plantation Lane, Leesburg. Stagecoachtc.com.
Ten fenced acres and unparalleled views of the Blue Ridge Mountains surround this four-bedroom log cabin in Bluemont, with added amenities including a pool, a two-level sunroom and space to keep animals. It can be yours for $900,000.
Longtime Loudoun County resident Elizabeth Bracey, who has been the managing director at Purcellville’s Franklin Park Visual and Performing Arts Center since 2014, was honored at a recent Purcellville Town Council meeting with the third annual Jim “Doc” Wiley Leadership in the Arts Award.
Just a few short miles from Harpers Ferry, this three-bedroom Hillsboro home is nestled on a 0.96-acre plot between Short Hill Mountain and the Blue Ridge, with splendid highland views on all sides. It can be yours for $479,000 and includes no HOA fees.
Goosecup, a hip new coffee and cocktails destination adjacent to the new King Street Station development by the W&OD Trail in downtown Leesburg, is set to open Jan. 30.
Purcellville’s Franklin Park Visual & Performing Arts Center, in conjunction with the Town of Purcellville Arts Council, will host the fourth annual Cabin Fever Film Festival on Friday evening and Saturday morning.
A 7,219-square-foot home, a massive equestrian facility and a slice of Civil Rights history are just a few of the dazzling features included in this 33.3-acre Leesburg property, which is available to own for $3,250,000.
A six-month-old puppy named Tank from Purcellville and Ellie, a six-month-old puppy from Leesburg, are in the starting lineup as two of 16 finalists in this year’s Puppy Bowl XVII, which airs Feb. 7 on Super Bowl Sunday.
Put a home with strikingly unique architecture, a massive equestrian facility and 18.9 visually resplendent acres of western Loudoun countryside together, and you get this truly memorable Waterford property, which is available to own for $1.5 million.
For the past 20 years, classically trained chef Mike Tauraso of Frederick, Md., has owned The Tasting Room, a successful and popular high-end restaurant in downtown Frederick.
Though deceptively close to Route 7, this four-bedroom Hamilton home and its forested 2.76-acre plot offer privacy and verdancy aplenty, making for a splendid combination of idyllic and commuter-friendly. It is available to own for $825,000.