Elissa Olechnovich

Explore Eastern Loudoun

The transition from Fairfax into Loudoun is fairly seamless on the eastern borders along Route 7, Route 28 and Route 50. Potomac Falls, Sterling, Ashburn and Chantilly comprise Eastern Loudoun and offer a variety of housing options. The prime location equals a higher premium for homes, but the shorter commute and multiple amenities and shopping options are well worth the money. Below you will find information on a variety of communities within eastern Loudoun. I have not detailed all the housing options so please feel free to contact me with questions!

Sterling, Potomac Falls & Great Falls (Loudoun Address) – Cascades
The planned community of Cascades is located off Algnokian Parkway (an extension of the Fairfax County Parkway into Loudoun) and borders the Potomac River. The development of Lowes Island is included in this planned development. The Trump National Golf Course, walking trails, community pools (5), fitness centers, tennis courts and playgrounds are scattered throughout the development. Algonkian Regional Park, managed by the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority is in the middle of the Cascades community. Housing options range from apartments & condos to townhouses to single family homes. Multiple shopping centers with grocery stores, restaurant and other conveniences are found in Cascades. All levels of schools and daycare centers are also found here.

Community Website – http://www.cascadesva.com/info.php?pnum=2
Algonkian Regional Park – http://nvrpa.org/park/algonkian/

Sterling – Countryside
Countryside is located off the western end of Algnokian Parkway. Very close to the Dulles Town Center Mall, this community was developed in the late 70s to mid 90s and includes town homes and single family dwellings. The Countryside shopping center houses one of Loudoun’s movie theaters as well as restaurants and shopping. Countryside is directly across from the entrance to the Dulles Town Center Mall and only a short drive to Route 28.

Community Website – http://www.countryside-va.com

Sterling – Sterling Park
If you are looking for NO HOA this is your place. Developed in the late 1960s when land prices began rising due to the construction of the Dulles International Airport, the 1,760+ acre community includes apartments/condos, town homes and single family homes. You are likely to find larger lots in this section of Sterling. The absence of a HOA is appealing to many buyers and very rare in eastern Loudoun. Sterling park contains schools, shopping and community centers.

Ashburn – Ashburn Village
The oldest section of Ashburn, Ashburn Village was developed in the early 90s and was still building into the mid 2000s. The area spans many miles with numerous neighborhoods. There is no “town center” rather many small shopping centers with grocery stores, dry cleaners, and other conveniences scattered throughout the community. Walking trails do connect the majority of the Village.

Community Website – http://www.ashburnvillage.org

Ashburn – Brambleton
One day the Metro will make its way to Brambleton! Considered one of the most desirable communities in NOVA, Brambleton is still being developed and ideal for those looking for new construction. The Brambleton Town Center houses the FOX Cinema movie theater, restaurants and shopping options. Elementary, middle and high schools are weaved into the community. Walking trails, pools, playgrounds, tennis and basketball courts allow residents a variety of outdoor recreation options.

Community Website – http://www.brambleton.com

Ashburn – Broadlands
Broadlands, located between the Dulles International Airport and Leesburg, is a master planned community where you can still find new construction. Broadlands boasts multiple wetland sites and a 5,000 square foot nature center that can be used for events. A community center, pool, fitness center walking trails, and small shopping centers are all found within Broadlands. Housing options range from apartments to single family homes.

Community Website – http://www.broadlandshoa.org

Chantilly – South Riding
Located in the South Eastern tip of the County, with close proximity to Fairfax via Route 50, South Riding was developed in the mid 90s and growth still continues today. The community is laid out around the schools with shopping along Route 50. Single family homes and town homes comprise most of the options. You can find large lots towards the western edges. There are multiple communities in South Riding, and each are equipped with their own amenities.

Community Website – http://www.southriding.net