Why People Love Our Community:
It’s a little pocket district nestled between Leesburg and Purcellville. One of the few communities left that maintains a rural feel, Hamilton is the place to live out your country dreams while still experiencing all the benefits of metropolitan life.
Boasting a low crime rate and robust economy, Hamilton is made up of gravel roads, grassy meadows, and Catoctin mountain views. The commute to D.C. is a relatively easy one, and shopping is only a few miles away. The Washington and Old Dominion bicycle trail runs through Hamilton, providing lots of opportunity for exercise and family fun.
Schools and Education:
The Loudoun County school system is known for its dedication to quality education and diversity. They’re one of the top school districts in the country, hire only the most well-trained teachers, and offer some of the best programs for special needs children
and for gifted and talented students
. Click here
to view some of the top-rated schools in Loudoun County
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One of the biggest challenges of living in Northern Virginia is its traffic. Creativity is a must when it comes to outsmarting metropolitan D.C. rush hour. Luckily, we have some ideas that will hopefully make your commuting experience a little bit easier. The Loudoun County commuter’s page
offers lots of creative ways to navigate through densely trafficked areas. Whether by metro
, or even walking
, this page will give you the tools you need to feel confident getting around in your new community. Here is an article
about other transportation options to D.C. and the surrounding areas.
The W&OD bicycle trail runs through Hamilton and surrounding areas. It’s a healthy and scenic way to avoid car horns and interstate jams. Loudoun County offers this fantastic map of the trail’s amenities
on its government website.
Neighborhoods we Love:Waterford Creek
– Features modern, luxury single-family homes with competitive acreage. It’s a perfect balance of country living and modern convenience. Stores and bustle are only a few miles away, but at home you’re connecting with nature.
Rose Hill Estates – Similar to Waterford Creek, Rose Hill offers your choice of luxury home for single families. There’s enough isolation to feel close to nature, but amenities are still easily accessible. Most Rose Hill Estate homes sit on a few acres, as well.
Outdoor Entertainment:Hamilton Community Park
– A beautiful setting for you and your little ones to enjoy, Hamilton Community Park is a town staple. Rural, like the surrounding areas in Hamilton, the park is a wonderful break from the busy metropolitan life. The playground equipment is old-school wooden shelters and swing sets, with some new plastic additions of slides and monkey bars as well. There’s a fun sandbox complete with dump trucks and digging toys, plus lots of shade for the parents to enjoy. Pack a picnic lunch and take an afternoon to opt outdoors.
Dining and Night Life: Hunter’s Run Winery
– A cute little winery situated along the rolling hills of Northern Virginia. Local owner Geri Gleeson Nolan uses his knowledge of Irish food and culture to bring Ireland to life right here in Hamilton. Events and décor set the stage for a cozy atmosphere and the wine is hard to beat. Lowry’s Crab Shack
– is famous for small-town sea food, harvested right in the Chesapeake Bay. Locally owned, Lowry’s celebrates their Virginian heritage with southern staples, too, like delicious fried chicken and corn on the cob. If you love the food so much you wish you could cook it at home, Lowry’s takes care of that with grab and go retail options. They’re also very supportive of veterans—so stop in for a free desert on the house.