If you would like to live in an area with abundant amenities and attractions, yet you desire a more rural laid-back ambiance, you must consider the homes for sale in Hamilton, Virginia. Situated in western Loudoun County, this small community is located roughly fifty miles from D.C. and is home to fewer than 1,000 residents. Hamilton is west of Clarke’s Gap and east of Purcellville, encompassing the 20159 and 20158 zip codes. It is bounded roughly by Sands Road on the south, Route 287 on the west, Hamilton Station Road on the east, and Route 7 bypass on the north. Stretching approximately one mile, Hamilton straddles the Colonial Highway. Residents enjoy this easy access to a major transportation artery, in addition to wonderful recreation opportunities.
The forty-five mile long Washington and Old Dominion Trail is nearby connecting the Potomac River in Arlington to Purcellville in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Beyond the opportunities for hiking, biking, walking, and running, Hamilton residents also have fabulous choices for dining, shopping, and entertainment. Many of these opportunities are found in adjacent communities; however, there are a few businesses in the community. Among those are Mosby Center, Lowry’s Crab Shack, Hamilton Service Center, Progressive Auto, Natural Mercantile Store, and Harmony Hairworks. Just seven miles away in Leesburg there is a Target, Walmart, and outlet malls. Even closer, only three miles away in Purcellville, there are grocery chain stores including Giant, Harris Teeter, and Food Lion. Adding to the allure, this is a family-friendly community served by Loudoun Valley High School, Blue Ridge Middle School, and Hamilton Elementary School. This close-knit community has purposefully maintained its alluring small-town ambiance with strict zoning requirements. With so much to offer, Hamilton is a must-consider choice for prospective homebuyers.
Hamilton real estate includes a variety of housing styles including condos, single-family homes, townhomes, and mansions. Homes for sale in Hamilton include older homes, some having been built at the beginning of the 1900s, as well as new construction. Available Hamilton properties fall in a broad price range depending on the homes age, size, style, and condition. If you would like to learn more about real estate options in Hamilton, Virginia, please allow us to assist you in your home search and contact us today.