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Ashburn, Virginia, 20147
1 Bedroom$1,325 - $1,480
2 Bedrooms$1,595 - $1,795
Ashburn, Virginia, 20147
1 Bedroom$1,210 - $1,380
2 Bedrooms$1,435 - $1,660
3 Bedrooms$1,799 - $1,939
Herndon, Virginia, 20170
2 Bedrooms$1,789 - $2,279
3 Bedrooms$2,138 - $2,413
Reston, Virginia, 20194
1 Bedroom$1,275 - $1,404
2 Bedrooms$1,412 - $1,684
3 Bedrooms$1,860 - $2,390
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Ashburn is an unusually attractive city with a wide array of apartment living options - Ashburn has a ton of enticing apartments available in every price range. You can use the MyNewPlace search filters to find dog friendly Ashburn apartments with the perfectly suited amenities for you - whether you want a balcony or a high Walkscore.
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Where is Ashburn, Virginia?
Situated in Loudon County, Ashburn is a smaller sized city, with a population of 88,937 in 2010. Surrounded by historical landmarks and a rich rural history, Ashburn combines both suburban-type access to shopping and affordable apartments for rent while also having a taste of rural charm. Being nearly 30 miles from Washington, D.C. makes Ashburn a commuter town that also hosts a few larger companies on its own, such as Verizon Business and an AOL satellite office. Nearby Dulles airport makes Ashburn a convenient home base for the frequent traveler who is looking for a quieter city to rent an apartment for a little less than you might pay closer to D.C. If you’re the kind of person who is sick of screaming at your windshield in Fairfax traffic, and are looking for more apartment for your buck, Ashburn could be right for you. You’re only a step away from historic, rural countryside and a large metropolitan area. Check in at our website to find out more about the city directly from locals.
How much does it cost to live in Ashburn?
Since Ashburn is situated in the Washington, D.C. area, renting an apartment is still not cheap.
What is there to do in Ashburn?
Ashburn has great food for a small city. Yen’s Café is raved about for fresh, light, and not overly oily Taiwanese food. The owner takes great care for making a good presentation as well. If you are hankering for Japanese, Nagoya Japanese Steak and Seafood could satisfy your palette. Beware the Hibachi grills, though- chefs are known to surprise unsuspecting customers with a flash of flames while they cook up a meal at your table. Check out Yelp’s Ashburn listings for more details on what Ashburn’s local cuisine has to offer. Ashburn’s Awesome Produce If your idea of a perfect night out is actually a night in, Loudon County’s farmers’ markets happen 6 times a week, with Ashburn hosting its own on Saturday. Picture yourself biking to the farmers’ market on a warm fall Saturday to get your share of the local Yukon gold potato harvest, and then coming home to your newly rented Ashburn apartment to cook up a tasty potato leek soup for you and yours. Ashburn’s proximity to more rural parts of Virginia makes the variety of local produce well worth skipping the grocery store and checking out the local farmers’ market culture. To see listings of where and when farmer’s markets occur all over Loudon County, check out Loudon County’s Office of Rural Economic Development. Ashburn Adventuring Ashburn also has its share of natural beauty. Surrounding areas include the Piedmont region of Virginia’s wine country. Many residents take advantage of the local vineyard culture to enjoy a weekend of wine tasting close to home. The only trouble is managing not to spend the money you saved on hotels buying cases of wine. Ashburn and the Loudon county area are also well known for their rural trails, for biking, hiking, and horse riding. The Washington and Old Dominion Trail on Smiths Switch Rd in Ashburn is well-known for being a smooth, long bike ride. People use it for commuting and recreation, speaking to the trail’s combination of beauty and practicality. Loudon County’s Travel Website can give you more details on the natural attractions Ashburn has to offer. Renting an apartment in Ashburn bridges historical rural countryside, suburban access to shopping, a commuting distance to a metropolitan area, and proximity to an international airport. It’s a fantastic place for the professional seeking flexibility or the family looking for a great place to raise children. No matter who you are, Ashburn should have the right apartment to rent for you.
Average Apartment Rent in Ashburn, Virginia
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Ashburn Apartment Rental TrendsApartments in Ashburn have competitive rents so be sure to use our apartment finder to get the best deal. In September the average rent for a 1 Bedroom Ashburn apartment cost $1,417. If you need a roommate, try finding a 2 bedroom apartment rental. An average 2 bedroom Ashburn apartment was $1,665 in September. Start your apartment search by checking out some of the Ashburn rentals listed below.
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I've got dogs. What are the best places in Ashburn for being outdoors with pets?
Known to locals as the WOD, the Washington and Old Dominion Regional Park is a long narrow park that stretches for 45 miles from Shirlington to Purcellville. Part of the region's rails-to-trails project, the scenic park features mostly flat, paved trails. Dogs are welcome in the park and along the trails as long as they are kept on a leash, and the WOD conveniently provides several mutt-mitt stations along the way to help keep the park clean. Ashburn's entrance to the park includes a 40-car parking lot on Ashburn Road.
What's the weather like in Ashburn?
The weather in Ashburn is seasonal, yet relatively mild year round. Summers bring average highs in the 80's and average lows in the 60's, while winters bring average highs in the 40's and lows in the 20's. The area sees about 43" of rain and 21" of snow each year. During the warm summer months residents can take advantage of the local Brambleton Regional Park Golf Course and during the winter Ashburn locals can head to nearby Bryce Resort for some fun on the slopes.
Is Ashburn a town where I'll need a car to get around?
Probably. There is no Metrorail station in Ashburn. There is bus service by way of Loudon County Commuter Buses, but lines are limited and might not get you where you need to go. It's possible to get to DC via public transportation starting at the West Falls Church Metro station, which will connect you to the Metro to most parts of DC, departing from the Dulles North Transit Center. For more information on system maps and timetables, consult the Loudon County Commuter Bus website.
How much are utilities in Ashburn?
Since Ashburn has a climate that varies month by month, utilities will change from season to season. Naturally, heating will drive gas bills up in the winter, just as the use of air conditioning will drive the electric bill up in the summer months. On average, however, gas and electric should not exceed $280 per month for a family of five. In addition, the water bill should amount to about $30 a month.
What kinds of job opportunities are available in Ashburn?
Due to its location within the Dulles Technology Corridor, Ashburn economy's leans heavily towards the high-tech industry. Ashburn is home to many high-tech businesses, including Verizon Business, Telos, and a satellite office of AOL. Although Ashburn's unemployment rate currently comes to 3 percent, AOL Real Estate predicts that future job growth will amount to 26 percent over the next ten years. Neighboring Leesburg also provides different employment opportunities for Ashburn residents.