Purcellville is a fast and growing town incorporated in 1908 in a land area of 2.37 miles surrounded by wine country and home of Patrick Henry College. Just West of Leesburg, beautiful Purcellville is growing expeditiously in both commerce and new home construction. Purcellville Gateway anchors Harris Teeter that opened in 2012 with a Starbucks inside the store. The shopping center serves Loudoun County, which is one of the wealthiest and fastest growing counties in the United States. Has opened a drive-thru Starbucks, UPS Store, Chick-fil-a and restaurants and businesses. The shopping center Catoctin Corner across the street from Gateway has opened a Chipotle, Dunkin' Donuts, Super Cuts, dental and vision offices. Not to mention award winning restaurants Magnolias and Monks BBQ a must when visiting.

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Data last updated: Mar 21, 2019 3:38:pm.

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