Aldie – is an unincorporated Loudoun County community located between Chantilly and Middleburg. In the early 1800s Charles Fenton Mercer, in a partnership with William Cooke, set out to develop a village of about 30 acres and named the village for Castle Aldie, his Scottish clan’s ancestral home.


Ashburn is a thriving metropolis located 33 miles from Washington, DC and 17 minutes from Washington International Airport. Ashburn’s continued growth and building boom has been fueled by the expansion of the Silver Line Metro, scheduled to open in 2020, and the many high-tech businesses and Data Centers that call Ashburn home.


Leesburg – is a historic town and the county seat of Loudoun County. It is nestled along the base of Catoctin Mountain, adjacent to the Potomac River. About 36 miles from Washington, DC, Leesburg is also the northwestern terminus of the Dulles Greenway, where currently the Silver Line Metro expansion is underway.

South Riding

South Riding – is a master – planned community, 25 miles west of Washington, DC. Located adjacent to Route 50 and minutes from Dulles Airport, residents have easy access to the booming Northern Virginia technology employment centers via Route 28, I-66, and the Dulles Toll Road.


Sterling is a large multi-faceted community In Loudoun County less than 28 miles from Washington, DC. Comprised of numerous residential developments spanning 3 zip codes, Sterling is situated on either side of Route 7, a major East/West commuter route.