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New Homes in Aldie, Virginia
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Aldie is a charming village located in Loudoun County, Virginia, less than an hour from Washington, DC. Tucked away in a gap between the Catoctin and Bull Run Mountains, the village has a long history and several historical sites that remain that are reminders of its storied the past. Aldie was a focal point for pivotal events during the Civil War, and many of our new homes in Aldie are near well-preserved antebellum construction. Today Aldie is a small town with an appealing character that draws visitors who appreciate its historic sites and old-fashioned stores.
New Homes Near Aldie’s Historic Sights
The village of Aldie has a distinct historical district with structures dating back to before American independence. The restored Aldie Mill near Little River is a long-standing 19th-century structure that attracted early economic development to the area. Historically serving as a crucial flour mill, the structure ground grain that was shipped to Alexandria by way of the Little River Turnpike and distributed throughout the East Coast and as far away as Europe. Residents and visitors alike can enjoy the numerous charming local shops, and our new home constructions in Aldie are near a fine wine store and a range of local antique shops.