Philomont Historic District

Nestled in western Loudoun County, the Philomont Historic District is a rural village located at the crossroad intersection of Snickersville Turnpike and JEB Stuart Road. The general store, community center, […]

Union Street School

The 1883 Union Street School, located on the northern edge of the Loudoun County seat of Leesburg, is an intact example of an African American schoolhouse operated during the Jim […]

Snickersville Turnpike

The Snickersville Turnpike stretches south to north from the village of Aldie in the Bull Run Mountains to the village of Bluemont—formerly known as Snickersville—in western Loudoun County. Before colonial […]

Dr. Joseph Vandeventer House

Located in the heart of Loudoun County, the Van Deventer House exemplifies a Colonial Revival-style dwelling with neoclassical elements, prominently displayed in its three-bay façade with tall Tuscan columns, entrance […]

Bernard Hough House

Completed in 1859 by Bernard Hough, a descendant of mid-18th century Quakers who established mills and businesses catering to travelers and farmers, the Bernard Hough House is a Greek Revival­­–style­­ […]

Willisville Historic District

Surrounded by farmsteads, woodlands, and open vistas, the Willisville Historic District encompasses a rural village that was settled by African Americans prior to and after the Civil War in Loudoun […]


Dating from the 1790s, this unusual several-sectioned Federal plantation house of Exeter was built by Dr. Wilson Cary Selden. Its portico and varied roof forms gave it particular distinction. Exeter […]

Shiloh Baptist Church

Constructed in 1913, Shiloh Baptist Church in Middleburg is historically important for its associations with the African American community in this Loudoun County town who built the church and supported […]


Llangollen was established on Virginia’s Native American frontier during the colonial era in present-day Loudoun County, when Leven Powell claimed title to land from the Lord Thomas Fairfax proprietary. Powell […]

James Farm

The James Farm, located west of the village of Hillsboro in Northern Virginia’s Loudoun County, serves as a local example of vernacular building construction and materials. The original circa 1786, […]