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, and includes the following:

Broad Run Farms – a residential area north of Route 7 founded in 1952.  As an area that is much older than the surrounding recent growth, Broad Run Farms offers features unique to the region, including large wooded lots, a wide variety of housing and a voluntary civic association.

Cascades – a 2,500-acre planned community of over 6,500 homes located in zip code 20165.  Award-winning amenities include 5 community centers, 5 swimming pools, 15 tennis courts, 25 tot lots, a bocce court, and a soccer field. Riverfront access to the Potomac River along with a boat launch, an 18-hole golf course, mini golf, and a picnic area are all available at Algonkian Regional Park.

CountrySide – a subdivision conceived in the mid-1970s and carved from a 1,000- acre parcel of farmland.  Home construction began in 1983 and continued through 1991. Today a combination of single family homes, town homes, and condos total 2,539 homes. CountrySide Marketplace, a mixed-use shopping center, features shopping, cinemas, and restaurants.

Potomac Fallsborders Great Falls and Fairfax County to the southeast and lies along the Potomac River in the northernmost portion of zip code 20165. Good schools, proximity to commuter routes and amazing Cascades amenities make Potomac Falls a sought-after Northern Virginia address.

Lowes Island – is an upscale area of Potomac Falls that borders the Potomac River. Not technically an island, this development is part of the legal subdivision of Cascades, but is not a legal subdivision itself. 50% of Lowes Island’s geography encompasses the prestigious Trump National Golf Club.

Sterling Park – in zip code 20164, is minutes from Dulles International Airport and one of the first planned communities built in eastern Loudoun County between 1963 and 1967.  The popular Claude Moore Park, with its 11 miles of hiking trails, two fishing ponds, Olympic pool, picnic pavilions, and an outstanding Sportsplex provide recreational opportunities for all ages.

Sugarland Runbuilt in the 1970s in the style of Sterling Park, it is one of the few communities in the area with contemporary style architecture, offering a change from the more typical colonials found throughout Northern Virginia.  At the heart of the neighborhood lies the Community Center and Willow Lake, with over 26 miles of walking paths and Loudoun county’s largest outdoor community swimming pool.

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