Leesburg is a charming and booming historic town incorporated in 1758 with the old courthouse in the center of town surrounded by many historical buildings still showing the original architecture occupying amazing restaurants, breweries, bakeries, coffee shops, boutique clothing stores, shops, and local businesses. Loudoun County government building is also located in the Town of Leesburg all within walking distance. Homeowners and business owners and staff enjoy the brick walk-ways as they enjoy First Friday events as the streets come alive with local bands, singers, and performing arts.
Large communities have developed in Leesburg where you can build or buy a custom home; Beacon Hill, Creighton Farm, Raspberry Falls, Lansdowne, and River Creek. Leesburg also offers newer developments in the town of Leesburg with more and more businesses opening their doors.
Leesburg sunsets are the best!
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