Round Hill is home to the Ian Bush Homes (Keller Williams Realty), and we love our little town! Most people who live here do all their shopping in the next town, Purcellville, and then come home to beautiful mountain views from their front porch. Local schools include:
The community has an annual town celebration around Memorial Day called the Hometown Festival, which includes a soapbox car race, parade and pie eating contest! The local 5K has been a hit with local families as it features a “safe course” with limited access roads.
If you are interested in Buying a Home in Round Hill…check out the listings below and let us know how we can help you find a new home. As Round Hill Realtors, we know Round Hill and Western Loudoun Real Estate!
If you are thinking about Selling Your Home in Round Hill, we can help! As a Zillow Premier Realtor in Round Hill, who uses LOCAL EXPERIENCE, we are uniquely qualified to help you with your home sale. Read some of our blog entries below:
Thinking About Selling Your Loudoun Home in 2021?
Home Sale: Someone is Coming to See Your House…Lights, Camera, Action!
Thinking About Selling Your Home? Watch this Staging Your Home Video!
Taking the Right Photos To Sell Your Home
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Round Hill is a town in Loudoun County, Virginia, United States. Its population was estimated at 539 in 2010 by the U.S. Census Bureau. The town is located at the crossroads of Virginia routes 7 and 719 (Woodgrove Road), approximately 50 miles northwest of Washington, D.C. It was named “Round Hill” for being located two miles northeast of a 910-foot hill used during the American Civil War as a signal post by both Confederate and Union troops.
Round Hill is home to Sleeter Lake, which is a private water feature reserved for local residents frequented by kayak and other small boaters. There are also a couple local parks including Woodgrove Park (located off Evening Star Drive) and Franklin Park (located just outside town off Business Route 7). Woodgrove Park is home to the Round Hill Aquatic Center, which is great for getting laps in when the weather turns cooler. Franklin Park has the Performing Arts Center, which hosts several plays throughout the year and has a small art gallery showcasing local artisans.
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