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Leesburg, Virginia, 20175
Studio/1 Bedroom$1,040 - $1,895
2 Bedrooms$1,500 - $2,620
3 Bedrooms$2,120 - $2,770
Leesburg, Virginia, 20176
2 Bedrooms$1,340 - $1,484
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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Leesburg sits 40 miles north of Washington, D.C., and has a population of 28,000 people. Having been founded in the 1730's, it retains a lot of its colonial heritage, such as a historic downtown. The town itself, is very walkable, but most residents need a car for commuting during the work week.
Living in this scenic town provides ample recreational facilities. The Washington and Old Dominion Railroad Trail is 45 miles long providing hikers, joggers and bikers a beautiful and open section of recreational fun. Ida Lee Park and Red Rocks Wilderness Overlook provide the same on a smaller scale.
There are several annual festivals including the Halloween Parade which is one of the oldest in the nation. It has marching bands, floats and costumes, and, similar to Mardi Gras the parade participants distribute candy to the viewers, though lacks in such areas as toplessness, booze and arrests.
On weekends, Leesburg residents can either travel to Washington to visit the many attractions--not only does DC have museums and monuments, but the local music and nightlife scene has exploded in the past year. Or, head west into the Virginia hills towards Shenandoah or up to Harper's Ferry for some of the east coast's most ancient forests.
Farm to Table Restaurants
There are a number of organic farms in the area, which makes for healthy and wholesome dining. The folks at the Lightfoot Restaurant were pioneers in bringing healthy food to the table and taking advantage of the local produce.
Another local favorite is the Tuscarora Mill, which provides spectacular food and service. The Leesburg Restaurant is the local diner that specializes in traditional food. Lesher's Hot Dogs is a gem of a little place in the downtown area which does its best to serve up Coney Island style dogs though there's no cheese whiz in sight. For wine and good food, The Wine Kitchen is pretty amazing. Try their smashed potatoes and report home about them!
At The Ice House
You'll want to find some bars close to home for easy evenings, but while you're getting oriented in your Leesburg apartment, here are a few to try. Balls Bluff Tavern is a very mellow scene and has some good music. The Ice House Cafe is great for a little jazz mixed with your seafood, and O'Faolain's is a good place to meet the locals, especially those that like open mike nights. Jimmy's and Emilio's both have dance floors and are priced right for laid back evenings. For the most part, the Leesburg nightlife is pretty easygoing and mostly dependent on who shows up that night.
Average Apartment Rent in Leesburg, Virginia
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Leesburg Apartment Rental TrendsApartments in Leesburg have competitive rents so be sure to use our apartment finder to get the best deal. If you need a roommate, try finding a 2 bedroom apartment rental. An average 2 bedroom Leesburg apartment was $1,957 in September. Start your apartment search by checking out some of the Leesburg rentals listed below.
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With quaint brick sidewalks and beautiful historic architecture, Historic Downtown Leesburg is the cultural heart of the city and home to an array of unique shops, upscale restaurants, and annual community events. With a warm, inviting, and relaxed atmosphere and seasonal American bistro cuisine, The Wine Kitchen has become a favorite downtown eatery. This local hotspot takes pride in using locally grown and raised meat and produce, as well as serving regional wines. Be sure to try their acclaimed NY Strip- a black angus steak served with a potato-prosciutto-leek gratin, sauteed greens, and a delectable bordelaise sauce. For lunch head to downtown's locally renowned Puccio's NY Deli. This Manhattan-style deli serves up the best sandwiches in town, including the SoHo- a roasted turkey sandwich topped with mozzarella, lettuce, tomato, onion, roasted peppers, mayo, and Italian dressing served up on a freshly baked sub roll- yum!
Why should I move to Leesburg?
Just minutes from some of the greatest cities in the country, Leesburg, VA, offers all of the amenities of a large city while retaining its small town charm. The cost of living is reasonable, as are the housing prices. Leesburg also boasts an excellent school system, a vibrant and active community, and an abundance of local parks and trails. The arts and entertainment culture in Leesburg is flourishing, with a plethora of art galleries, cultural festivals, and a historic downtown featuring an array of shops, dining establishments, museums, and a farmers market. What's more, the town hosts many of its own annual events including outdoor concerts, Acoustic on the Green, the Custom Car Show, and the award-winning Flower and Garden Festival.
How is the school system in Leesburg?
Leesburg is served by the Loudoun County Public School system. This district includes three high schools: Loudoun County High School, Heritage High School, and Tuscarora High School. Rated as better than 88.6 percent of school districts in Virginia and 64.4 percent of school districts across the US, the Loudon County Public School system provides good quality education to local students. Leesburg is also served by several private schools.