Aldie, VA


Residents of Aldie enjoy many fun events that take place annually that give them a sense of community. It is a family-friendly neighborhood with a small-town feel.

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Welcome To Aldie, VA

What You Should Know About Living in Aldie, VA

Aldie, Virginia, is a peaceful community nestled in the countryside of Loudon County, with its stunning architecture that dates back to the pre-Civil War era. It is a historic village built around the Aldie Mill, which produced corn and wheat in the 1800s. 

It lies between the Catoctin Mountains and Bull Run Mountains, where the Little River flows, just off US Route 50. Historically, Aldie has been the gateway to the Loudoun Valley and beyond.

Currently, the village has a thriving historical district that keeps alive its agricultural traditions and culture. If you plan to live in Aldie, here are a few other things you need to know.

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Cost of Living

When it comes to the cost of living, Aldie ranks higher than most other US cities. As reported, Aldie's cost of living is estimated to be 138.5% of the national average.

Generally speaking, your total monthly expenses are based on housing costs, food, transportation, and other essential goods and services. You might see a difference in your monthly expenses based on your household composition and homeownershipDCtus.


The majority of the homes in Aldie are detached houses, but there are also apartments and smaller family homes to choose from. Some of the houses for sale in Aldie were constructed in the 1800s were noted for their wide porches and paired chimneys. 

The village center is also developing new buildings, especially along Braddock Road to the south-east, where contemporary homes are being built. Aldie's charming streetscapes and landscaped gardens will appeal to you regardless of your taste in a home.

Schools & Universities

Loudoun County Public Schools is the fastest-growing school district in Virginia and serves Aldie with seven public elementary schools, two public middle schools, and two public high schools.

Things To Do

With Aldie's location, you'll easily be able to explore nearby Washington D.C., which is roughly 41 miles away. The town also boasts numerous historic sites listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

Check out the Mt. Zion Old School Baptist Church, a historic building used as a barracks, a prison, and a hospital during the American Civil War. The 1851 church stands at the corner of Old Carolina Road and Little River Turnpike and hosts tours and reenactment events.

Before you relocate to Aldie, VA, you need to fully understand what the town has to offer. It offers a wide variety of communities, so no matter what your interests are, there is a place that fits your needs.

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