Purcellville and Western Loudoun

In Western Loudoun at the Center of Wine Country

Originally settled in 1764 as the “Village of Purcell’s Store,” the Town of Purcellville is now home to nearly 7,000 residents.

The historic downtown area is home to many shops and stores including Eastern Standard Time, Magnolia’s at the Mill, a historic train station that once served the Washington & Old Dominion Rail Line (now fitness trail), and multiple other businesses.

Residents of Purcellville, VA enjoy the “best of both worlds” living in a rural town but having the availability of many services including three grocery stores and a multitude of small and large businesses. In addition, Western Loudoun boasts some of the best schools in all of Northern VA.

Schools and Shopping

Find Everything You Need or Want

Purcellville and Western Loudoun are home to some of the best schools in Loudoun County, but don’t take our word for it, look for yourself!

Also, Purcellville has many small businesses to serve its rural customer base including Shamrock Music, Bicycles and Coffee, Hunt Country Jewelers and Adroit Theory Brewery.

It also has the oldest family owned and operated hardware store, Nichols Hardware, which has been open since the early 1900’s! If you are looking for a gift or a “staple item” for your home, you will find it at Nichols, plus even things that you did know that you needed.

Dining

Enjoy Great Cuisine with Many Dining Options

Purcellville has undergone some significant growth over the last few years with many new commercial businesses and restaurants.

With the local dining scene anchored by fine dining at Magnolia’s, casual Italian at Anthony’s, and tasty Thai food at Finn Thai, you will find just about anything that you are looking to eat at an affordable price driven by a large bedroom community that keeps the restaurants packed during breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Don’t worry, we will save a seat for you!