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Round Hill

Round Hill

Incorporated in 1900, Round Hill lies at the foothills of the Blue Ridge mountains in historic and scenic western Loudoun. Round Hill was named for a 910 foot high hill, approximately two miles southwest of the town center, which was used by both Union and Confederate troops as a signal post during the Civil War. Round hill is a quaint town, perfect for those looking for a rural setting, but close proximity to Purcellville and Leesburg and only 45 miles from the nation’s capital.

While there are no schools inside the city limits, Round Hill Elemantary lies just outside its boundaries, and is served by Loudoun County Public Schools including the new Woodgrove High School nearby.

Round Hill is in close proximity to the Shenandoah River (7 miles), Shenandoah National Park (30 miles), the Appalachian Trail (4 miles), Harpers Ferry (15 miles), the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal Tow Path (12 miles), the Washington & Old Dominion Bike Trail (3 miles), and numerous other seasonal activities

Round Hill is home to the Old Furniture Factory. Round Hill Furniture Factory is a vibrant community center. Often a blue grass band can be found jamming on the ground floor in a space next door to Round Hill Design’s cabinetry show room.  Pottery classes are held on the second floor.  

                        

Stoneleigh Golf club in Round Hill offers members and their guests a private golf club experience with the unique blend of history. Touches of pre-Civil War character are prevalent throughout the course, including an 18th-century manor house, a historic bank barn, an old toll road, and the Founder’s Cottage.  Stoneleigh was named The Prettiest Golf Course in Northern Virginia by Golf Magazine and was recently awarded a 3.5 star rating by Golf Digest. ‚Äč

        

Round Hill is also home to Bogati Bodega & Winery, K & S Pewter Workshop & Showroom.

Restaurants in Round Hill include Savoir Fare Restaurant and Catering and Hill High Country Store.