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The perfect communities, Sterling, Ashburn and Leesburg are carefully planned communities with established neighborhoods, modern schools and convenient shops and restaurants. Integrated into the communities are abundant sporting fields, neighborhood recreation centers, playgrounds and walking/jogging trails. Sterling Virginia boasts of the Algonkian Regional Park and Golf Course, as well as the prestigious Lowes Island Country Club, home of two championship golf courses. Ashburn is home to the Belmont Country Club and borders the Washington & Old Dominion Trail, which follows the path of the former Washington & Old Dominion Railroad and is popular with bicyclists and rollerbladers.
The perfect county, founded in 1757, Loudoun County remained constant for nearly two centuries. With a population not exceeding 20,000, agriculture remained the dominant way of life. However, in 1960, with population growth in neighboring Fairfax County, construction of the Broad Run Interceptor that would provide sewer service for suburban development in the eastern part of Loudoun County, and the construction of Washington Dulles International Airport. Loudoun began to rapidly increase in population and shift from an agricultural to a technological economy. As of the fall of 2002, Loudoun County was the fastest growing county in Virginia and the second fastest growing in the country. In April 2004, Loudoun County became the fastest growing county in the United States.
The perfect location, Loudoun County is located in Northern Virginia, approximately 25 miles from Washington D.C.. Loudoun County is bordered by Fairfax County to the east, the Potomac River and Maryland border the north, both Clark County and Jefferson County, WV border the west, and Price William and Fauquier Counties border to the south. Loudoun County covers 517 square miles and has seven independent towns of Hamilton, Hillsboro, Leesburg, Lovettsville, Middleburg, Purceville, and Round Hill. Much of the western half of the county remains rural, the eastern half is a more suburban/urban environment and the central part is considered transitional.