• Ask Gina About Old Dominion Valley

        Old Dominion Valley is a community of 137 single family homes in Purcellville, Virginia. The community was built between 2001 and 2004 and the majority of the homes back to a wooded tree line that provides ultimate privacy. Just a mile from route 7 and seconds from Old Town Purcellville, Old Dominion Valley is conveniently located within close range of several restaurant, entertainment, and shopping options. The acclaimed Magnolias restaurant and Shamrock Music are both a short jaunt away and the new Catoctin Creek Whiskey Brewery is now open as well as various wineries. The neighborhood is part of Loudoun County School District and is close to both Loudoun Valley High School and Woodgrove High School. Life in ODV feels very suburban and rural with easy access to city life.                                                                                                                                                                
        Amenities include an asphalt trail that connects to the W&OD trail, snow removal at school bus stops, and landscaped common areas. Northern Virginia becomes hot in the summer but, not to worry, you are close to both Franklin Park and the Purcellville Country Club which both offer swimming options.   
        For HOA information please visit: http://odvhoa.com/