Ashburn, VA

ASHBURN IS A QUIET AND FUN PLACE TO LIVE

Ashburn offers a rich blend of local history, scenic beauty, and cultural aspects. Enjoy everything from a stroll to a hockey game at the Ice House rink, or one of Ashburn's three large parks.

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Welcome To Ashburn, VA

What You Should Know About Living In Ashburn, VA

Living in Ashburn puts you in the middle of a major hub of internet traffic, thanks to the city's many data centers. It is often referred to as the "bullseye of America's internet" due to its affluent, tech-oriented community that is home to numerous residents who work in Washington, D.C.

Originally called Farmwell, the community changed its name to Ashburn in 1870. Today, it is home to many high-tech companies, as well as important government employees. Some of the famous residents of this town include Gina Haspel, the former director of the CIA, and actor Patton Oswalt.

If you are considering living in this community, here are some things you need to know.

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4 Things You Should Know About Living In Ashburn, VA

Cost of Living

As is true of many communities in the Washington, DC area, Ashburn has a high cost of living. It has the cost of living 51% higher than most of the nation, according to Bestplaces. The average home price in Ashburn is almost double the average value of homes in Virginia.

Compared to the national average, Ashburn has higher grocery and transportation costs but lower utility costs. It is also certainly not surprising that rent prices in Ashburn are on the high side.

Neighborhood

The Ashburn community isn't large enough to have distinct neighborhoods by itself, and it is more of a neighborhood-like community within the larger area of Loudoun County. 

The city of Ashburn is in Loudoun County's northeast area and has a range of housing options to suit everyone's needs. There are planned communities like Ashburn Village, public housing, and more traditional homes here. Many were built for capital workers—others have been here since the community's founding.

Schools and Universities

One of the benefits of being next to the capital is having access to great schools. Ashburn's residents attend schools in Loudoun County Public School District. Among the notable schools in Ashburn are Mill Run Elementary, Eagle Ridge Middle, and Briar Woods High.

Loudoun County Public Library in Ashburn also provides services to students and others.

Things To Do

Shopping in the area is easy thanks to the Ashburn Village Center, a popular shopping destination! If you're looking for the thrill of skydiving without the worry of crashing into the ground, iFLY offers safe and secure indoor facilities that simulate skydiving.

Ashburn Park is a good place to spend the day if you prefer to spend it outdoors. Ashburn Park exhibits all of the natural beauty the Loudoun area has to offer, with walking trails, play equipment, and many picnic areas.

Ashburn is one of the best places to live, but you have to fully understand what the city has to offer before moving there. The city offers a variety of communities, so no matter what your interests are, there's a place for you here.

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