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103 Apartments for rent in Purcellville, VA

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420 E MAIN STREET
420 East Main Street
Purcellville, VA
5 Bedrooms
$2,500
2312 sqft
Last updated January 21 at 01:32 AM
DOWNTOWN PURCELLVILLE, WALK TO SHOPS AND RESTAURANTS. LARGE/DEEP 2/3 ACRE LOT RIGHT ON MAIN ST.
1 Unit Available
524 WORDSWORTH CIRCLE
524 Wordsworth Circle
Purcellville, VA
3 Bedrooms
$1,950
1399 sqft
Last updated January 21 at 01:32 AM
Rarely available one-level with 3 bedrooms/2 baths. Hardwoods in main living areas, gas fireplace, newly-installed deck with backyard. Eat-in kitchen with newer appliances. New hot water heater and well-maintained throughout.
Results within 1 mile of Purcellville
1 Unit Available
37235 GRASS ROOTS LANE
37235 Grass Roots Lane
Loudoun County, VA
3 Bedrooms
$2,250
3055 sqft
Last updated January 21 at 01:32 AM
Country Farm manor house next to Pond, large sun room, 2 Porch, 3 fireplaces, 4 br, 3 full bath, 2 half bath. Viewing Pond and mountain. Ample parking. Great for big family. Pet--case by case.. NO fishing, swim, water activity allowed.
1 Unit Available
37758 Brooks Lane
37758 Brooks Lane
Loudoun County, VA
2 Bedrooms
$1,850
1368 sqft
Last updated January 20 at 01:12 PM
Cozy Farmhouse in Lincoln, VA - Property Id: 167173 Located just south of Purcellville in the village of Lincoln. Fully renovated in 2019, including new kitchen & kitchen appliances. One large and one small bedroom. Cable internet available.
Results within 5 miles of Purcellville
1 Unit Available
19776 LINCOLN ROAD
19776 Lincoln Road
Loudoun County, VA
3 Bedrooms
$1,600
1024 sqft
Last updated January 21 at 01:32 AM
Step into yester-year. Quaint and rustic, enjoy this prior school house, circa 1845. Situated on 3 lush green acres, mostly fenced, with out buildings.
1 Unit Available
18825 AIRMONT ROAD
18825 Airmont Road
Loudoun County, VA
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,300
3509 sqft
Last updated January 21 at 01:32 AM
Basement apartment available on horse farm. Owner on premises. Nicely updated 1BR/1BA apartment, newer appliances and carpet. Private laundry. Pets allowed on a case by case basis. Dogs under 50 lbs. Pet deposit required per pet.
1 Unit Available
37049 GAVER MILL ROAD
37049 Gaver Mill Road
Loudoun County, VA
4 Bedrooms
$2,200
2258 sqft
Last updated January 21 at 01:32 AM
Ultimate Privacy!! Wonderfully restored historic Farm House with Beamed ceiling, original wood floors, 4 BR, 1 full and 2 half baths just outside of wonderful Hillsboro.
1 Unit Available
39802 Thomas Mill Rd
39802 Thomas Mill Road
Loudoun County, VA
5 Bedrooms
$3,800
3793 sqft
Last updated January 20 at 01:12 PM
Available 02/01/21 5BR Farmhouse near downtown Leesburg/Wineries - Property Id: 472191 1890 Farmhouse with addition on 6 acres. Amazing views and space, while not far from wineries as well as shops, restaurants and bars in downtown Leesburg.
1 Unit Available
19607 Loudoun Orchard Rd
19607 Loudoun Orchard Road
Loudoun County, VA
1 Bedroom
$1,500
875 sqft
Last updated January 20 at 01:12 PM
Available 02/01/21 Estate Apartment - Property Id: 21143 This beautiful, new apartment has all the amenities and conveniences of estate living at a fraction of the price and no upkeep! ...No mowing, no snow removal...
1 Unit Available
90 S ROGERS STREET
90 South Rogers Street
Loudoun County, VA | Hamilton Meadow
3 Bedrooms
$2,200
1232 sqft
Last updated May 15 at 04:47 PM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 90 S ROGERS STREET in Loudoun County. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
16836 HEATHER KNOLLS PLACE
16836 Heather Knolls Place
Loudoun County, VA
2 Bedrooms
$1,800
3754 sqft
Last updated March 9 at 09:52 PM
Share a Home occupy one or two bedrooms possibly both bedrooms at $1800 per month and share utilities . Owner works from home. No Pets and No smoking . Thank you!
Results within 10 miles of Purcellville
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16 Units Available
Bellemeade Farms
775 Gateway Dr SE
Leesburg, VA
1 Bedroom
$1,225
626 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,621
957 sqft
Last updated January 21 at 01:42 AM
Spacious 1-2 bedroom apartments in historic Leesburg, just 10 minutes from Dulles Town Center Mall. Cable and high-speed internet ready. Tennis court and swimming pool. Walking distance from Frederick Douglass Elementary School.
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23 Units Available
THE MANOR/THE MANOR EAST APARTMENTS
28 Fort Evans Rd NE
Leesburg, VA
1 Bedroom
$1,261
729 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,395
892 sqft
Last updated January 21 at 01:42 AM
Situated in Northern Virginia, the Manor offers unparalleled apartment amenities and outdoor recreation spaces, including its own pool and picnic grounds. Located near Leesburg's historic quarter and close to D.C.'s Metrorail and Dulles International Airport.
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7 Units Available
Tuscarora Creek
130 Clubhouse Dr SW
Leesburg, VA | Leesburg Country Club
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,351
735 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,604
1069 sqft
Last updated January 21 at 01:41 AM
Suffused with Loudoun County's 250-year-old history, Virginia's Tuscarora Creek apartments deliver on quality and style. Furnished with ceramic baths and air conditioning as standard, residents also benefit from onsite children's playground and dog park.
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11 Units Available
Assembly Leesburg
86 Heritage Way NE
Leesburg, VA
2 Bedrooms
$1,430
925 sqft
Last updated January 21 at 01:15 AM
A stone's throw from Temple Hall Farm, The Point at Leesburg promises an intimate community experience. Recently renovated, expect a full of host of amenities, together with 24-hr maintenance service, pool and BBQ/grill on site.
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10 Units Available
Point at Loudoun
703 Clark Ct NE
Leesburg, VA
1 Bedroom
$1,377
689 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,535
887 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,746
1000 sqft
Last updated January 21 at 01:15 AM
The Point at Loudoun offers fully equipped properties with walk-in closets, patio/balcony and in-unit laundry. Enjoy great hiking opportunities in the local Leesburg countryside, as well as community clubhouse, coffee bar and tennis court.
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13 Units Available
Jefferson Somerset Park
600 Somerset Park Dr SE
Leesburg, VA
1 Bedroom
$1,682
787 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,778
1197 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 21 at 01:15 AM
Minutes from Leesburg Corner Outlet mall and Kincaid Forest Walking Trails. One- and two-bedroom apartments, as well as two-bedroom townhome-style apartments. Homes have 9-foot ceilings and an optional fireplace. In-unit washer/dryer. Clubhouse with gym.
1 Unit Available
572 ROCKBRIDGE DRIVE SE
572 Rockbridge Drive Southeast
Leesburg, VA
4 Bedrooms
$2,250
1728 sqft
Last updated January 21 at 01:32 AM
RARELY AVAILIBLE SINGLE FAMILY HOME FOR LEASE FOR TOWNHOUSE BUDGET IN CUTE SILVER OAKS!! FOUR BEDROOMS, TWO FULL BATHS. STAINLESS STEEL IN KITCHEN AND LARGE DECK. JUST OFF TOLL ROAD AND ROUTE 7, QUICK ALSO TO DULLES. WALK TO SHOPS AND RESTERAUNTS.
1 Unit Available
71 HANCOCK PLACE NE
71 Hancock Place Northeast
Leesburg, VA
3 Bedrooms
$1,475
1176 sqft
Last updated January 21 at 01:32 AM
This 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath townhouse style condo. Renovated in the last two years with new flooring, renovated kitchen, and baths. A full size washer & dryer just off the kitchen, plus a pass-through to dining area, dishwasher, microwave.
1 Unit Available
120 WASHINGTON STREET NE
120 Washington Street Northeast
Leesburg, VA
1 Bedroom
$1,150
656 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 21 at 01:32 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 120 WASHINGTON STREET NE in Leesburg. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
219 MARKET STREET W
219 W Market St
Leesburg, VA
2 Bedrooms
$2,100
1924 sqft
Last updated January 21 at 01:32 AM
Leesburg JEWEL! 2 Bedrooms, 2 1/2 Baths plus unfinished attic & cellar, CIRCA 1790, lovely period style fixtures & stenciling, 2 zoned heat systems, central air, 8' ceilings, large rooms, laundry room, off street parking.
1 Unit Available
512 SUNSET VIEW TERRACE SE
512 Sunset View Terrace Southeast
Leesburg, VA
3 Bedrooms
$2,000
1256 sqft
Last updated January 21 at 01:32 AM
RARELY AVAILABLE, This Gorgeous Ground Level 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Toll Bros. Condo is Located in the Awesome, Gated Community of STRATFORD CLUB.
1 Unit Available
126 OAK VIEW DRIVE SE
126 Oak View Dr SE
Leesburg, VA
3 Bedrooms
$1,850
1320 sqft
Last updated January 21 at 01:32 AM
200 utilities flat fee to the owner plus rent, fully renovated rambler/ranch house, new floor, new paint, new kitchen, .great location........don't miss it out....
1 Unit Available
513 CONSTELLATION SQ SE #E
513 Constellation Square Southeast
Leesburg, VA
2 Bedrooms
$1,700
Last updated January 21 at 01:31 AM
Beautiful top floor home with vaulted ceilings and a gas fireplace. Great design for privacy with the bedrooms separated by the living space. The bedrooms have huge walk-in closets too.
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City Guide

Purcellville
"Purcellville is the perfect mix of historic charm, modern amenities, and fun things to do!" It is one of the few areas of Virginia that did not see much fighting during the Civil War, contains numerous historical buildings, and has Loudoun County's first legal distillery, which has been in operation since before prohibition.
"Purcellville is the perfect mix of historic charm, modern amenities, and fun things to do!" It is one of the few areas of Virginia that did not see much fighting during the Civil War, contains numerous historical buildings, and has Loudoun County's first legal distillery, which has been in operation since before prohibition.

The town has a long and storied history dating back to 1740, although most people had never heard of it until stagecoaches started passing through over 90 years later. The town has served as a way point on both coach trails and railroads ever since. Purcellville prides itself on its agricultural heritage and the Victorian-style houses which line Main Street. Recently, the town has seen a fair amount of expansion in its population because of its proximity to Washington and, unlike most other places in this region, an improvement in its traffic conditions. Today, the community serves as a residential location for those who seek the convenience of living in a small town without all the noise, pollution and lack of space found in a big city, namely Washington D.C.

Moving to Purcellville

Due to increased demand in this town, homes rarely sit abandoned and properties sell relatively quickly. Homes will generally be well-maintained with manicured lawns, and as a result you should be expecting to take care of the open spaces around your house in a way that makes your neighbors happy. While it is rarely a problem, buyers coming from a more urban location will want to double check all the trees and gardens around their prospective home to ensure they are in good shape. Try to arrange to have problems fixed before closing on the home. Moving into a new house is hard enough without clearing an old tree from your front lawn or cutting down overgrown hedges.

Purcellville is riddled with neighborhood ownership associations which issue separate housing ordinances for their small geographic areas in the town. Prospective owners will want to check in with the neighborhood association before making a decision to be sure that they can agree to the conditions of living in that neighborhood. The restrictions at times go as far as regulating the exact type of front door lamp and lamp post residents can use. If you're the sort who can't handle being told how to decorate your house, you might need to consider which of these associations to join.

Many of the services you would expect from a town, such as pools, tennis courts, and basketball courts, have largely been outsourced to the local residence councils who have built and maintained their own facilities for residents. Use of one area's facilities by non-residents is strictly regulated, so homeowners looking for a place with a strong sense of a bigger community may want to investigate places in Purcellville where people from the different neighborhoods meet up.

Renters will find a reasonable selection of condos and apartments for rent in Purcellville, although the units in the town tend to be new and designed to appeal to people who don't mind spending more money to have a nice pad. Rents are on par with major American cities without actually being in one. Expect landlords to run a full credit check and secure a two month deposit from you. Utilities are generally billed in addition to the rent, although there are reports that units with gas stoves sometimes have gas included.

Moving to Purcellville
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Due to increased demand in this town, homes rarely sit abandoned and properties sell relatively quickly. Homes will generally be well-maintained with manicured lawns, and as a result you should be expecting to take care of the open spaces around your house in a way that makes your neighbors happy. While it is rarely a problem, buyers coming from a more urban location will want to double check all the trees and gardens around their prospective home to ensure they are in good shape. Try to arrange to have problems fixed before closing on the home. Moving into a new house is hard enough without clearing an old tree from your front lawn or cutting down overgrown hedges.

Purcellville is riddled with neighborhood ownership associations which issue separate housing ordinances for their small geographic areas in the town. Prospective owners will want to check in with the neighborhood association before making a decision to be sure that they can agree to the conditions of living in that neighborhood. The restrictions at times go as far as regulating the exact type of front door lamp and lamp post residents can use. If you're the sort who can't handle being told how to decorate your house, you might need to consider which of these associations to join.

Many of the services you would expect from a town, such as pools, tennis courts, and basketball courts, have largely been outsourced to the local residence councils who have built and maintained their own facilities for residents. Use of one area's facilities by non-residents is strictly regulated, so homeowners looking for a place with a strong sense of a bigger community may want to investigate places in Purcellville where people from the different neighborhoods meet up.

Renters will find a reasonable selection of condos and apartments for rent in Purcellville, although the units in the town tend to be new and designed to appeal to people who don't mind spending more money to have a nice pad. Rents are on par with major American cities without actually being in one. Expect landlords to run a full credit check and secure a two month deposit from you. Utilities are generally billed in addition to the rent, although there are reports that units with gas stoves sometimes have gas included.

Neighborhoods in Purcellville

Most of the neighborhoods in Purcellville are highly distinct from those around them and tend to advertise themselves as having between 120 to 150 homes in their jurisdiction. Each association runs its own website with documents and information for residents, and many offer a residents-only communication forum. What ever happened to just going in person to tell your neighbor their dog ruined your lawn?

Administration buildings, shops, the Loudoun golf course, the library, the historic train station and the majority of dining options are all positioned on or adjacent to Main Street. The famous Bush Tabernacle, the community center, and Fireman's field are all just a short distance south of the main road off 20th street.

The Village-Case: This neighborhood is located near Blue Ridge Middle School and Maple Avenue and opened with about 130 unites in 2004. Residents can enjoy their big, dreamy, southern style front porches while chatting with strangers on the brick sidewalks. Most homes feature detached garages hidden away from the road.

Main Street Village: This area is connected to the original commercial center of Purcellville and is the oldest part of town. The houses in this part of town are generally smaller and are priced lower than those in the newer developments outside of the main town center. Residents here will need to use the town's public amenities as there are fewer private ones available.

Homes in Old Dominion Valley: Here you'll find higher prices than Main Street Village but they are more affordable than the offerings in Village-Case, Purcellville Ridge or Knightsbridge Manor. This small section of town is located north of Main Street near the Harry Byrd Highway and the Old Dominion Trail.

Goose Creek: This is a super rural area set near Route 782. It is surrounded by beautiful countryside and farmland and the famous Goose Creek Winery is nearby. Homes here are quite expensive, but you're likely to get a lot of property for the price.

Valley Industrial Park: This area is home to about 150 people and is right off the Harry Byrd Highway near the Loudoun Golf and Country Club!

Round Hill Rural Estates: This is one of the smaller and most expensive neighborhoods in town. Home to only about 20 people, it's super hard to find a place here but well worth the wait if you're able to!

Neighborhoods in Purcellville
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Most of the neighborhoods in Purcellville are highly distinct from those around them and tend to advertise themselves as having between 120 to 150 homes in their jurisdiction. Each association runs its own website with documents and information for residents, and many offer a residents-only communication forum. What ever happened to just going in person to tell your neighbor their dog ruined your lawn?

Administration buildings, shops, the Loudoun golf course, the library, the historic train station and the majority of dining options are all positioned on or adjacent to Main Street. The famous Bush Tabernacle, the community center, and Fireman's field are all just a short distance south of the main road off 20th street.

The Village-Case: This neighborhood is located near Blue Ridge Middle School and Maple Avenue and opened with about 130 unites in 2004. Residents can enjoy their big, dreamy, southern style front porches while chatting with strangers on the brick sidewalks. Most homes feature detached garages hidden away from the road.

Main Street Village: This area is connected to the original commercial center of Purcellville and is the oldest part of town. The houses in this part of town are generally smaller and are priced lower than those in the newer developments outside of the main town center. Residents here will need to use the town's public amenities as there are fewer private ones available.

Homes in Old Dominion Valley: Here you'll find higher prices than Main Street Village but they are more affordable than the offerings in Village-Case, Purcellville Ridge or Knightsbridge Manor. This small section of town is located north of Main Street near the Harry Byrd Highway and the Old Dominion Trail.

Goose Creek: This is a super rural area set near Route 782. It is surrounded by beautiful countryside and farmland and the famous Goose Creek Winery is nearby. Homes here are quite expensive, but you're likely to get a lot of property for the price.

Valley Industrial Park: This area is home to about 150 people and is right off the Harry Byrd Highway near the Loudoun Golf and Country Club!

Round Hill Rural Estates: This is one of the smaller and most expensive neighborhoods in town. Home to only about 20 people, it's super hard to find a place here but well worth the wait if you're able to!

Living in Purcellville

Purcellville markets itself as being the heart of Washington D.C's wine country. It shouldn't surprise anyone then that residents focus their energy on good food and good times. There are award-winning wineries located near the Old Town area, and there is a wine tasting room at the now-defunct train station. There is a farmers market and a series of historic shops along Main Street in the town. The town hall has produced a comprehensive restaurant guide which includes over 40 entries. More outdoorsy types will enjoy horseback riding, nature trails including the Appalachian trail, or tempting a visit from local animals while having an picnic. Purcellville offers a list of attractions for kids which promise tons of sugar and then numerous activities, all helping them land back in their parents' car for a good tired-but-hyper temper tantrum.

Living in Purcellville
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Purcellville markets itself as being the heart of Washington D.C's wine country. It shouldn't surprise anyone then that residents focus their energy on good food and good times. There are award-winning wineries located near the Old Town area, and there is a wine tasting room at the now-defunct train station. There is a farmers market and a series of historic shops along Main Street in the town. The town hall has produced a comprehensive restaurant guide which includes over 40 entries. More outdoorsy types will enjoy horseback riding, nature trails including the Appalachian trail, or tempting a visit from local animals while having an picnic. Purcellville offers a list of attractions for kids which promise tons of sugar and then numerous activities, all helping them land back in their parents' car for a good tired-but-hyper temper tantrum.

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City Guide

Purcellville
"Purcellville is the perfect mix of historic charm, modern amenities, and fun things to do!" It is one of the few areas of Virginia that did not see much fighting during the Civil War, contains numerous historical buildings, and has Loudoun County's first legal distillery, which has been in operation since before prohibition.
"Purcellville is the perfect mix of historic charm, modern amenities, and fun things to do!" It is one of the few areas of Virginia that did not see much fighting during the Civil War, contains numerous historical buildings, and has Loudoun County's first legal distillery, which has been in operation since before prohibition.

The town has a long and storied history dating back to 1740, although most people had never heard of it until stagecoaches started passing through over 90 years later. The town has served as a way point on both coach trails and railroads ever since. Purcellville prides itself on its agricultural heritage and the Victorian-style houses which line Main Street. Recently, the town has seen a fair amount of expansion in its population because of its proximity to Washington and, unlike most other places in this region, an improvement in its traffic conditions. Today, the community serves as a residential location for those who seek the convenience of living in a small town without all the noise, pollution and lack of space found in a big city, namely Washington D.C.

Moving to Purcellville

Due to increased demand in this town, homes rarely sit abandoned and properties sell relatively quickly. Homes will generally be well-maintained with manicured lawns, and as a result you should be expecting to take care of the open spaces around your house in a way that makes your neighbors happy. While it is rarely a problem, buyers coming from a more urban location will want to double check all the trees and gardens around their prospective home to ensure they are in good shape. Try to arrange to have problems fixed before closing on the home. Moving into a new house is hard enough without clearing an old tree from your front lawn or cutting down overgrown hedges.

Purcellville is riddled with neighborhood ownership associations which issue separate housing ordinances for their small geographic areas in the town. Prospective owners will want to check in with the neighborhood association before making a decision to be sure that they can agree to the conditions of living in that neighborhood. The restrictions at times go as far as regulating the exact type of front door lamp and lamp post residents can use. If you're the sort who can't handle being told how to decorate your house, you might need to consider which of these associations to join.

Many of the services you would expect from a town, such as pools, tennis courts, and basketball courts, have largely been outsourced to the local residence councils who have built and maintained their own facilities for residents. Use of one area's facilities by non-residents is strictly regulated, so homeowners looking for a place with a strong sense of a bigger community may want to investigate places in Purcellville where people from the different neighborhoods meet up.

Renters will find a reasonable selection of condos and apartments for rent in Purcellville, although the units in the town tend to be new and designed to appeal to people who don't mind spending more money to have a nice pad. Rents are on par with major American cities without actually being in one. Expect landlords to run a full credit check and secure a two month deposit from you. Utilities are generally billed in addition to the rent, although there are reports that units with gas stoves sometimes have gas included.

Moving to Purcellville
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Due to increased demand in this town, homes rarely sit abandoned and properties sell relatively quickly. Homes will generally be well-maintained with manicured lawns, and as a result you should be expecting to take care of the open spaces around your house in a way that makes your neighbors happy. While it is rarely a problem, buyers coming from a more urban location will want to double check all the trees and gardens around their prospective home to ensure they are in good shape. Try to arrange to have problems fixed before closing on the home. Moving into a new house is hard enough without clearing an old tree from your front lawn or cutting down overgrown hedges.

Purcellville is riddled with neighborhood ownership associations which issue separate housing ordinances for their small geographic areas in the town. Prospective owners will want to check in with the neighborhood association before making a decision to be sure that they can agree to the conditions of living in that neighborhood. The restrictions at times go as far as regulating the exact type of front door lamp and lamp post residents can use. If you're the sort who can't handle being told how to decorate your house, you might need to consider which of these associations to join.

Many of the services you would expect from a town, such as pools, tennis courts, and basketball courts, have largely been outsourced to the local residence councils who have built and maintained their own facilities for residents. Use of one area's facilities by non-residents is strictly regulated, so homeowners looking for a place with a strong sense of a bigger community may want to investigate places in Purcellville where people from the different neighborhoods meet up.

Renters will find a reasonable selection of condos and apartments for rent in Purcellville, although the units in the town tend to be new and designed to appeal to people who don't mind spending more money to have a nice pad. Rents are on par with major American cities without actually being in one. Expect landlords to run a full credit check and secure a two month deposit from you. Utilities are generally billed in addition to the rent, although there are reports that units with gas stoves sometimes have gas included.

Neighborhoods in Purcellville

Most of the neighborhoods in Purcellville are highly distinct from those around them and tend to advertise themselves as having between 120 to 150 homes in their jurisdiction. Each association runs its own website with documents and information for residents, and many offer a residents-only communication forum. What ever happened to just going in person to tell your neighbor their dog ruined your lawn?

Administration buildings, shops, the Loudoun golf course, the library, the historic train station and the majority of dining options are all positioned on or adjacent to Main Street. The famous Bush Tabernacle, the community center, and Fireman's field are all just a short distance south of the main road off 20th street.

The Village-Case: This neighborhood is located near Blue Ridge Middle School and Maple Avenue and opened with about 130 unites in 2004. Residents can enjoy their big, dreamy, southern style front porches while chatting with strangers on the brick sidewalks. Most homes feature detached garages hidden away from the road.

Main Street Village: This area is connected to the original commercial center of Purcellville and is the oldest part of town. The houses in this part of town are generally smaller and are priced lower than those in the newer developments outside of the main town center. Residents here will need to use the town's public amenities as there are fewer private ones available.

Homes in Old Dominion Valley: Here you'll find higher prices than Main Street Village but they are more affordable than the offerings in Village-Case, Purcellville Ridge or Knightsbridge Manor. This small section of town is located north of Main Street near the Harry Byrd Highway and the Old Dominion Trail.

Goose Creek: This is a super rural area set near Route 782. It is surrounded by beautiful countryside and farmland and the famous Goose Creek Winery is nearby. Homes here are quite expensive, but you're likely to get a lot of property for the price.

Valley Industrial Park: This area is home to about 150 people and is right off the Harry Byrd Highway near the Loudoun Golf and Country Club!

Round Hill Rural Estates: This is one of the smaller and most expensive neighborhoods in town. Home to only about 20 people, it's super hard to find a place here but well worth the wait if you're able to!

Neighborhoods in Purcellville
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Most of the neighborhoods in Purcellville are highly distinct from those around them and tend to advertise themselves as having between 120 to 150 homes in their jurisdiction. Each association runs its own website with documents and information for residents, and many offer a residents-only communication forum. What ever happened to just going in person to tell your neighbor their dog ruined your lawn?

Administration buildings, shops, the Loudoun golf course, the library, the historic train station and the majority of dining options are all positioned on or adjacent to Main Street. The famous Bush Tabernacle, the community center, and Fireman's field are all just a short distance south of the main road off 20th street.

The Village-Case: This neighborhood is located near Blue Ridge Middle School and Maple Avenue and opened with about 130 unites in 2004. Residents can enjoy their big, dreamy, southern style front porches while chatting with strangers on the brick sidewalks. Most homes feature detached garages hidden away from the road.

Main Street Village: This area is connected to the original commercial center of Purcellville and is the oldest part of town. The houses in this part of town are generally smaller and are priced lower than those in the newer developments outside of the main town center. Residents here will need to use the town's public amenities as there are fewer private ones available.

Homes in Old Dominion Valley: Here you'll find higher prices than Main Street Village but they are more affordable than the offerings in Village-Case, Purcellville Ridge or Knightsbridge Manor. This small section of town is located north of Main Street near the Harry Byrd Highway and the Old Dominion Trail.

Goose Creek: This is a super rural area set near Route 782. It is surrounded by beautiful countryside and farmland and the famous Goose Creek Winery is nearby. Homes here are quite expensive, but you're likely to get a lot of property for the price.

Valley Industrial Park: This area is home to about 150 people and is right off the Harry Byrd Highway near the Loudoun Golf and Country Club!

Round Hill Rural Estates: This is one of the smaller and most expensive neighborhoods in town. Home to only about 20 people, it's super hard to find a place here but well worth the wait if you're able to!

Living in Purcellville

Purcellville markets itself as being the heart of Washington D.C's wine country. It shouldn't surprise anyone then that residents focus their energy on good food and good times. There are award-winning wineries located near the Old Town area, and there is a wine tasting room at the now-defunct train station. There is a farmers market and a series of historic shops along Main Street in the town. The town hall has produced a comprehensive restaurant guide which includes over 40 entries. More outdoorsy types will enjoy horseback riding, nature trails including the Appalachian trail, or tempting a visit from local animals while having an picnic. Purcellville offers a list of attractions for kids which promise tons of sugar and then numerous activities, all helping them land back in their parents' car for a good tired-but-hyper temper tantrum.

Living in Purcellville
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Purcellville markets itself as being the heart of Washington D.C's wine country. It shouldn't surprise anyone then that residents focus their energy on good food and good times. There are award-winning wineries located near the Old Town area, and there is a wine tasting room at the now-defunct train station. There is a farmers market and a series of historic shops along Main Street in the town. The town hall has produced a comprehensive restaurant guide which includes over 40 entries. More outdoorsy types will enjoy horseback riding, nature trails including the Appalachian trail, or tempting a visit from local animals while having an picnic. Purcellville offers a list of attractions for kids which promise tons of sugar and then numerous activities, all helping them land back in their parents' car for a good tired-but-hyper temper tantrum.