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Established in 1758, Leesburg is the seat of government for Loudoun County and has a rich history spanning three centuries. During this time it was a prosperous southern town with about 1 700 residents at the outbreak of the Civil War (1861). It was strategically (or uncomfortably) near the border, located just two miles south of the Potomac River, which then divided the United States from the Confederate States of America.
Following the Civil War, Leesburg became a main stop for the railroad traveling west through Loudoun, which helped their growth.
In 2019, Leesburg, VA had a population of 53K with a median age of 35.2 and a median household income of $114K, an increase of 4.83% from 2018. The median property value in Leesburg, VA was going for $434K and the homeownership rate was at about 72%. Most people also drive alone to work with an average commute of about 30 minutes.
About a 15-minute trip down the Dulles Greenway is the incredible Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, a massive Smithsonian Air & Space Museum. For horse and history lovers, the town of Middleburg is known as the Nation’s Horse & Hunt Capital. Established in 1787, the charming town is surrounded by majestic horse farms and beautiful rolling hills. Of course, out-of-town visitors will want to pay a visit to our nation’s capital. Washington DC is just a 45-minute drive from Leesburg, close enough to spend an afternoon there if you choose. No visit to DC is complete without a tour of the magnificent monuments.
The housing market in Leesburg is actually very competitive with homes being sold within 19 days of it being listed on the market. The average price of a home currently stands at $620K. About 70% of Leesburg residents own their home, which means there are still a lot of people that rent. If you’re looking to rent, look to spend around $1,750 a month.
Overall the cost of living in Leesburg is lower than the national average. The overall average of housing costs, utilities, grocery items, transportation, health care, and miscellaneous goods and services are less expensive.
The city of Leesburg, Virginia currently employs 29 thousand people which is a 3.3% growth from last year and it's mostly in educational services with professional/scientific fields making up for much more than that at 50%. When it comes to commutes, Leesburg residents have a bit longer commute time on average than the national average. This is due largely due to their location being further away from larger cities which often bring more jobs and opportunity with them as well!
However despite this drawback in proximity by comparison- travelers will find themselves less than an hour drive or train ride from Washington DC where plenty of opportunities await those willing enough for adventure.
Whether you're a first time buyer or looking for your next home, we're here to help you every step of the way.