As our countries fourth largest metropolitan region, Loudoun is the fastest growing county in the region as well as nation. Many global businesses like America Online, WorldCom, and United Airlines have called Loudoun their home. Due to the tremendous growth, a strong employment base rises throughout the county. The Department of Economic Development continues to work with the public to stimulate creativity and new business
Loudoun offers plenty of recreational activities for all ages and likings. Enjoy a leisurely stroll through some of our finest nature trails. Take a 45-mile bike ride through the Washington and Old Dominion Trail, or relax with the family while picnicking in one of the many parks like Ida Lee or Claude Moore. Challenge yourself to a game of golf. Choose from one of several private and public Golf courses. If you are a history buff, visit the Ball´s Bluff Regional Park and step back into the days of the Civil War. There are endless possibilities throughout. Click on the links below. Check out each community individually to learn more about Business, Education, Weather, and other local information.
Loudoun County Real Estate and Homes for Sale offers a wide range of housing, from affordable condominiums and townhomes to gated golf course communities and large equestrian estates.
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Total area: 521 square miles
Total land area: 520 square miles
Total water area: 1 square mile
Average age: 32 years
Household Income (2002): $116,649