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. Aldie’s most famous resident was President James Monroe who constructed his private residence at Oak Hill in 1822. As of 2014, the Aldie zip code, 20105, is one of the fastest growing suburbs in the Washington, DC metropolitan area and the second fastest growing zip code in Virginia.  As a result, the eastern part is suburbanized with numerous upscale communities recently built or under construction, while most of its western and northern parts have preserved their bucolic character.

Lenah Mill – is a brand-new Toll Brothers luxury home community offering world class amenities within walking distance of every home. Resort-style features include the Lenah Mill Club with a health and fitness studio, a splash & play kid pool, tennis pavilion, party patio and the Mill Club Conference Center. The Cedar Lake Amphitheater hosts concerts under the stars, surrounded by 300 acres of greenspace, woods and ponds.

Stone Ridge –  is a Van Metre Homes planned, mixed-use community currently under development. When complete, this close-knit community with a small town feel will number about 3,700 homes. The 1000 acres of picturesque common area and well-manicured streets have won many national and regional landscaping awards. Residents enjoy a beautiful fountain entrance, an amphitheater, event lawn, pools, tot lots, tennis courts and walking trails. A growing Village Center offers retail shopping and great resources close to home.

Willowsford – is a 4,125-acre master-planned community consisting of 4 noncontiguous “Villages” linked thematically with a farm-to-table focus. Two Villages (The Grove and The Greens) are in Aldie, south of Route 50, and two of them (The Grange and The Grant) are in Ashburn north of Route 50. A total of 2,195 luxury single-family homes are planned, including a working farm and a wealth of amenities to foster a healthier lifestyle for its residents. The site includes 45 miles of multi-surface trails, two community centers with teaching kitchens, resort-quality recreation/pool complexes, a lake, and several parks. All undeveloped land – including the farmland – is under the stewardship of the Willowsford Conservancy, a non-profit organization that is separate from the community homeowners association and is self-funding.

Virginia Manor – is a community of newer single-family homes on incredible wooded and cul-de-sac home sites with sweeping views of the Bull Run Mountains. Every homeowner enjoys walking distance to resort-style amenities including: a pool & clubhouse with fitness center, tennis courts, 4 miles of tails, 14 parks, tot lots and Buffalo Trail Elementary located within the community. Located along the Route 50 corridor residents enjoy convenient access to Dulles Airport, (6 miles), Route 28, I-66, the Dulles Greenway and the future Silver Line Metrorail. Options for dining, entertainment and shopping include the South Riding and Brambleton Town Centers, and the Stone Ridge Village Shopping Center.

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