Aldie Real Estate
Aldie in Loudoun County, VA
Most people think of Aldie as the small village located on John Mosby Highway between Middleburg and Gilbert’s Corner on Route 15, but the actual Aldie 20105 zip code encompasses the area from Chantilly at Gum Springs Road west to Aldie Dam Road and North on Route 15 including Oatlands and Evergreen Mills Rd. up to Belmont Ridge Road. This area is fast developing with areas of new residential construction, commercial and retail businesses and lots of new infrastructure. The small village of Aldie is over 200 years old and holds a lot of rich Virginia and Civil War history. When talking about Aldie Real Estate, Aldie,contains many new housing developments, schools and amenities that have aided in Loudoun County’s distinction as the wealthiest county in the country two years in a row. The area is well suited to commuters who wish to escape the city and live in suburban and even rural home sites but with all of the modern conveniences and luxuries of new homes today. Aldie is the best of both worlds!
The historic Village of Aldie was started in 1765 with the construction of the Aldie Mill by James and George Mercer. In 1809, with the completion of the Little River Turnpike, James Mercer’s son, Charles Mercer partnered with William Cooke and developed the village on 30 acres of land. Mercer named the village Aldie after his Scottish ancestral home. As infrastructure continued to develop the village grew, establishing its own post office in 1811 and by the census of 1820 boasted 248 residents. During the Gettysburg Campaign, the village and the lands around it were the stage for the Battle of Aldie and was the home of confederate John Singleton Mosby. Aldie is host to several historical buildings such as the Mill, The Old Aldie Rectory, The Toll House, the Post Office and more. There are historical markers commemorating the battles and skirmishes fought in and around the village. With the large scale development in Loudoun County, we can now see the full boundaries of the town of Aldie with the gem that is the village right in the middle.
Aldie, VA Homes and Subdivisions
Creighton Farms – an exclusive neighborhood of 184 estates overlooking a member’s only Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course with a luxurious clubhouse and amenities. Home to Redskins player Robert Griffin III.
Kirkpatrick Farms – a community of over 990 residential units including single family homes, townhomes and condominiums located off of Gum Springs Rd. with many community amenities.
Lenah Mill – a new Toll Brothers community that features 3 collections of single family homes with resort-style amenities currently under construction.
Lenah Run – a community of 164 luxury single family homes on ½ + acre home sites with community amenities in a rural setting.
Loudoun Crossing – a new master-planned community of single family Ryan and NV Homes on flat wooded home sites with many community amenities.
Stone Ridge – This master-planned community is slated to hold 3,300 residential homes featuring a well-developed Village Center with shopping, restaurants, and more as well as many community amenities.
Virginia Manor – a new community of townhomes and single family homes by Ryan and NV Homes located off of Braddock Road and Gum Springs Rd featuring a variety of home choices and community amenities.
Willowsford – a new community comprised of four distinct villages; The Grange, The Grant, The Grove and The Greens built by several builders that spans over 4,000 acres with more than half of that remaining as open space.
Aldi, VA Schools
Elementary Schools: Aldie Elementary, Arcola Elementary, Buffalo Trail Elementary and Pinebrook Elementary
Middle Schools: Mercer Middle
High Schools: John Champe High