The town of Aldie lies between Chantilly and Middleburg in Loudoun County in Virginia. Its development goes back to 1765 when the mill was established by James Mercer and George Mercer. In 1809, Little River Turnpike was finished, spanning from Alexandria to Mercer mill. Later, the village was named Aldie, after Castle Aldie, the Mercer’s Scottish clan’s ancestral home. Today, Aldie is one of the fastest growing suburbs in the DC Metro area and continues to see much residential development. We hope that our guide to neighborhoods in Aldie, VA is helpful in your preparations before moving.
The Stone Ridge community consists of a wide mix of homes – condos, townhomes and single family homes. Residents can enjoy the clubhouse which has a fitness center, rental spaces, amphitheater with a lawn, 3 pools, 5 tot lots, 2 tennis courts, a basketball court, a multi-purpose court, and many walking trails. Byrne Ridge Park is accessible to the entire community and the shopping plaza Village Center hosts a grocery store, along with many retail and dining options for residents and their families. Loudoun County Gum Spring Library is also close by, and StoneSprings Hospital Center is right across from the landmark fountain.
Looking for more recent builds within the Aldie community? With its 49 single family homes located in the rolling hills of Loudoun County, Rosedale is the perfect option for those seeking peace and comfort, surrounded by horse country. However, the community is still close to many recreation, dining and shopping options: Gilbert’s Corner Regional Park, Aldie Mill Historic Park, Stone Ridge Shopping Center, Brambleton Town Center, Historic Village of Aldie, and many of Virginia’s finest wineries.
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