Communities in Great Northern Virginia Towns
Life is great west of Washington, DC in Northern Virginia! There’s a dynamic range of home styles, exciting leisure and entertainment experiences, and rich neighborhood history. I invite you to search for homes in Aldie, VA, Gainesville, VA and Haymarket, VA below.
A Washington, DC suburban community between Chantilly and Middleburg in Loudoun County attracting new residents with upscale newly built homes (many are still under construction), a quaint and historic centralized gathering spot, the Village of Aldie, and pristine and untouched a bucolic rural open space.
Gainesville, a historic community about 30 miles west of Washington, DC, attracts home owners who want to live near the city, but want to buy larger homes and/or more land more affordably. In Gainesville, you can buy a town home on a postage size parcel of land or a 6,000 square foot home on 2 acres. The amenities are all new and still coming including a town center with a movie theatre, fine dining and shopping options along with Wegmans.
Haymarket is a charming small town in Prince William County with a rich history stretching back to the 1700s when the center of the town was an Iroquois hunting path. The town is a mix of townhouses, new and old single family homes on small and large lots, along with boutiques and shops. Haymarket’s outskirts have large recently built homes, including golf communities and shopping centers.