Wood fences cut through yellow pastures and up and down gently rolling farmland. Horses, cows, red barns, silos and scattered houses dress the countryside. Short Hill Mountain frames the landscape to the west. The scenery at this northern tip of Loudoun County is rural and beautiful.
The Town of Lovettsville has been a thriving small community since it was originally settled by German immigrants in the 1730s. Today, Lovettsville is known for its small-town character, as it blends centuries of history with an exciting future. This picturesque community offers residents the conveniences of big city living while maintaining its small-town charm. Local restaurants and wineries dot the landscape, mixed with modern neighborhoods, you will be surprised at what this commuter’s paradise has to offer.
Lovettsville is just 14 miles northwest of Leesburg. The Town is located along Route 287, nine miles north of Route 7 and the town of Purcellville, and three miles south of Brunswick, Maryland. The MARC commuter rail system has a station in Brunswick that provides a convenient commuting option to downtown Washington. With the convenience of travel to metropolitan areas you’d never imagine being able to live this rural lifestyle with such ease.
Whether you are planning a visit or looking for your place to call home, don’t miss these quintessential small-town events in Lovettsville: Oktoberfest, Mayfest, Christkindlmarkt, Bezerkle on the Squirkle. The town also hosts Movies and Concerts on the Green at the Walker Pavilion monthly during the warm weather months.
You will love calling Lovettsville your home town.