Why People Love our Community:
There’s really no place in the world quite like Upperville. Just outside of Loudoun County, the town still reflects Northern Virginia life, but with a calmer atmosphere. The people are friendly and welcoming, and the landscape reflects its fine equestrian heritage. Middleburg, Millwood, and Paris border the town and provide lots of opportunity for exploration. Upperville is the kind of town you have to experience to fall in love with.
Schools and Education:
You’re in good hands with the Fauquier County Public School System. In 2017, they received the Governor’s Award for Excellence in Innovation and Education for Community Partnership and Collaboration. For parents, their website provides a handy Parent Resource Center page, where you can research academics, programs for students with disabilities, and policy information.
Click here to view some of the top-rated schools in Fauquier County. Also check out the Fauquier Excellence in Education Foundation.
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.
Park and Ride from VDOT
Fauquier County Commuter’s Service
Northern Virginia Transit Schedules
The Long Commute – What are your options?
Oak Spring Garden Foundation – Botanical gardens, a historic library, sustainable agriculture, endless galleries, what’s not to love? The Oak Spring Garden Foundation wants you to experience the world in a whole new way. They provide opportunities to explore education through plants and literature. You won’t want to be without your camera when you head over here for a day trip!
The Upperville Country Store – A charming old-fashioned roadway stop, the Upperville Country Store stocks many trendy and healthy food items, plus lots of fresh baked goods and ice creams, too. In the morning, the have egg and cheese biscuits with your choice of sausage or bacon. They’re also a popular lunch stop for locals, and a fun place to look around.
Hunter’s Head Tavern – Off of Route 50, the Hunter’s Head Tavern is a cozy place to settle in for a meal before exploring all Upperville has to offer. Their décor is quaint and unique and they take pride in serving only sustainable and organic food that’s good to your taste buds and to your body.