Have you ever driven through a town and thought, I could probably live here? It is the perfectly manicured yards surrounding the English gardens winding their way into a historic townscape filled with bustling coffee shops and smiling antique store owners? That would be Historic Leesburg, Virginia. It is one of the quintessential
Towns of Virginia that brings the base of the Catoctin Mountains and is adjacent to the Potomac. Sitting about 33 miles outside of The District, Leesburg is an artful community that pulls from the vibrant artists and restauranteurs and large sprawling mansions of yesteryear to bring about a charming town that still allows the solace that you can get away from The District and not be too far away. They call it the county seat of Loudoun, which is wine country in Virginia. What more could you ask for?