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Leesburg VA, 20175
In the heart of beautiful Old Town Leesburg.............Cats and Large Dogs Welcome!
Leesburg VA, 20176
Beautifully Renovated Apartment Homes Available, featuring stainless steel appliances, new kitchen countertops and cabinets and new bathroom vanities. Rent Today!Conveniently Located Near Premium Outlet Shopping...Quiet Country Living at the Foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains located near Historic Leesburg.
Leesburg VA, 20176
Gorgeous Renovations...Outstanding amenities at your fingertips... Resort style pool...PET FRIENDLY!!!
Leesburg VA, 20175
Convenient to Shopping...After School Homework Club...24-Emergency Maintenance
Leesburg VA, 21076
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Overview of Leesburg
Located between Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains and the Potomac River, Leesburg is a town that features big-city amenities but maintains its rustic charm. Because it is situated on the western edge of the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area, residents in Leesburg apartments for rent enjoy convenient access to Dulles International Airport and can commute to downtown D.C. in less than an hour. As the county seat of Loudoun County, Leesburg's local economy benefits from its inclusion in one of the fastest-growing counties in the nation.
Living in Leesburg, VA
A flourishing arts community is easily accessible from Leesburg rentals. On the first Friday of each month except January, Leesburg's First Fridays feature wine tastings, live performances and special art exhibits in more than 35 locations within the historic downtown district. The new ArtSquare gallery, operated by the Loudoun Academy of the Arts, offers monthly gallery shows and art classes for residents of all ages. Classical music is performed by the Loudoun Symphony, and Acoustic on the Green is a free summer concert series that hosts performances by local and national acts.
Ida Lee Park is the crown jewel of Leesburg's Parks and Recreation Department, and features a 71,000-square-foot recreation center that includes aquatic and fitness facilities. The parks department offers more than 3,000 recreation programs to Leesburg residents per year and maintains more than 370 acres of parks.
Leesburg Work and Study
More than 1,400 employers are included in the Leesburg's diverse business base and represent a diverse mix of industries. In terms of total employment, the largest sectors in Leesburg include retail, public administration, healthcare, education and professional or technical services. The largest private employers are Loudoun Medical Group and Wegmans, and the largest public employers are Loudoun County, Loudoun County Public Schools and the Federal Aviation Administration.
Leesburg students are served by Loudoun County Public School system, which operates more than 15 educational facilities within the town. The Loudoun campus of George Mason University fosters connections between students and businesses in the growing local economy, and allows current students to take advantage of a local option toward completing degree requirements. The George Washington University Virginia Science and Technology Campus in Loudoun County offers undergraduate and graduate courses in the arts and sciences, and its annual Science, Engineering and Technology day allows more than 100 students from Loudoun County public schools to participate in hands-on workshops led by university staff.
Rentals in Leesburg, VA, and Cost of Living
The cost of living in Leesburg is offset by housing programs provided by Loudoun County. The programs offer rent subsidies and new rentals priced below market value to qualified residents. The housing programs also allocate funds for use on rehabilitation projects as part of an ongoing effort to promote neighborhood stabilization. According to city-data.com, the median price for Leesburg apartments in 2009 was $1,233.
Leesburg Attractions and Special Events
Loudoun County is known as the wine country of Washington, D.C., and features four clusters of wineries throughout the countryside. Loudoun also features nine destination restaurants that provide samplings of favorite local delicacies such as fried green tomatoes or cheddar stone-ground grits.
The Loudoun County Farm Color Tour, an annual event that takes place each fall, features winery tours, hayrides and corn mazes.
Leesburg includes numerous historical attractions such as the Dodona Manor, home of General George C. Marshall and the site of the Civil War battlefield Balls' Bluff. Morven Park was once home to two Virginia governors, and now is the site of the only foxhunting museum in the world, the Museum of Hounds and Hunting.
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