Like other suburbs of Washington, D.C., Loudoun County has experienced a huge population boom over the past thirty years. Nestled in eastern Northern Virginia approximately twenty five miles from the District, it shares a border with the Shenandoah River to the east, the Potomac River to the North, Washington Dulles International Airport to the west and Fairfax County to the south. Loudoun County successfully combines open spaces for rural outdoor activities, quiet suburbs, and a competitive global business environment situated next to Washington Dulles International Airport and Washington, D.C.
Quality of Life:
Loudoun County is a family oriented location. The area’s qualified workforce draws from all over the Washington, D.C. area. If you are interested in learning more about the Civil War, shopping for antiques, horseback riding and other equestrian activities and pursuing an active outdoor lifestyle, you will love living here. Loudoun County is officially recognized on the east coast as DC Wine Country with over forty wineries to explore. Over twenty local craft breweries can be found on the LoCo Ale Trail, with wonderful restaurants everywhere. Local artists are celebrated here on the Artisan Trail where you will find locally made food, products and appreciate the culture of the area. Regional parks offer every possible way to enjoy water sports. Relaxing and popular getaway destinations include historic Middleburg and Leesburg for shopping, spas, dining and just enjoying the beauty of country life.
When the Dulles Corridor Metrorail Silver Line Project (currently in Phase 2) is complete, residents will have access from Ashburn to Dulles Airport, ending in Herndon, Virginia. Access to vanpools, commuter busses, and carpools are available from IShare66. Loudoun County Transit provides rush hour service between park and ride lots to the Orange and Silver lines. County bus service provides fixed routes throughout the county during the week and some routes on Saturday.