Sterling, Virginia is an unincorporated suburb of DC nestled in the eastern portion of Loudoun County along the Farirfax County border and is home to approximately 23,000 residents. The main artery through Sterling is Route 7 which connects to Route 28 and the Fairfax County Parkway. Sterling was originally comprised of large farms until the early 1960s when developers started to buy up the land seeing the value in it’s proximity to Dulles International Airport. Sterling, VA also borders the Potomac River and provides residents river access via Algonkian Regional Park.
Sterling, VA Real Estate boasts a diverse selection of housing options from entry-level townhome and condominiums to estate homes and golf course properties. Popular communities in Sterling, VA include: Broad Run Farms, a large-lot wooded community; Sterling Park, one of the first planned communities built in eastern Loudoun County; Sugarland Run, one of the few communities in the area featuring contemporary-style homes, Countryside, Cascades, Lowes Island, and Dominion Station. Sterling, VA real estate offers multiple choices for every lifestyle.
Sterling is also home to many businesses including portions of the Dulles International Airport and features the Dulles Town Center Mall, a high-end shopping alternative to driving east into Fairfax. Sterling hosts numerous restaurants , shopping and a multiplex cinema.
Sterling offers many recreational activities including Claude Moore Park, a 357 regional park with sportsplex, Algonkian Regional Park, Dulles Golf Center & Sports Park, Sterling Park Golf Swim & Tennis Club, the W&OD Regional Park and the Trump National Golf Club (formerly Lowes Island Golf Club)
Education opportunities are exemplary as well with the well-regarded Loudoun County Public School System and number of public elementary, middle, and high schools extend throughout the area providing students a strong academic education. The Northern Virginia Community College also hosts a campus on Harry Byrd Hwy (Route 7) in the heart of Sterling