Leesburg, VA

Overview

About one hour northwest of Washington, DC along the Potomac River, apartments in Leesburg provide a slower-paced, small-town atmosphere for commuters and full-time residents alike. The Historic Downtown district is home to dozens of locally-owned shops, restaurants, and entertainment venues in a highly walkable setting. Several golf courses surround the city, and the 45-mile Washington & Old Dominion Railroad Trail provides a popular route for bicyclists, joggers, and hikers. The city’s history is well-preserved and highly accessible—numerous buildings and landmarks around town date back centuries.

2 Neighborhoods in Leesburg, VA

  • Lansdowne On The Potomac

    With its lovely landscaping, well-manicured lawns and a welcoming waterfall, the community of Lansdowne on the Potomac offers a family-friendly alternative to city living. This planned community resides approximately six miles southeast of historic Leesburg and 36 miles northwest of Washington, D.C. A sprawling community clubhouse with indoor and outdoor pools and access to both Goose Neck Creek and the Potomac River ensures that residents never have a shortage of recreational opportunities. Proximity to major roadways makes this tightly knit community an attractive option for workers commuting to Ashburn, Arlington or the nation's capital.

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  • Outer Leesburg

    The historic town of Leesburg in Northern Virginia exudes small-town charm with convenient access to the Washington D.C. metropolitan area, which lies only 33 miles away. This historic community was where Abigail Adams famously sought refugee during the war of 1812 - a rich past reflected in Leesburg's historic downtown, country homes and sprawling landscape. Today, Leesburg serves as the seat of Loudoun county's government.

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