Loudoun County Properties for Sale

By the time of the American Revolution, Loudoun County was the most populous county in Virginia. In addition, it was rich in agriculture. During the American Revolution, it contributed much of its grain to George Washington’s Continental Army, earning it the nickname “Breadbasket of the Revolution.” During the War of 1812, important Federal documents and government archives were evacuated from Washington and stored at Leesburg for safe keeping. Local tradition holds that these documents were stored at Rokeby House and thus that Leesburg was briefly the capital of the United States. In 1962, Washington Dulles International Airport was built in southeastern Loudoun County in Sterling. Since then, Loudoun County has experienced a high-tech boom and rapid growth.

Below are the homes currently for sale throughout Loudoun County. To narrow your results, click on the search tab and select your criteria. If you have any questions or would like to arrange a viewing of a particular property, please contact us at Dwight@TheMorrisRealtyTeam.com or 703-298-8421. We are here to help you find your next home!

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