Round Hill VA

As you gaze at the majestic Blue Ridge Mountain to the north you will notice the scenic hill this charming town is aptly named for. Round Hill officials incorporated in 1900 to spruce up the town’s image and try to retain its summer clientele as well as its decades-old position as Loudoun’s leading town of the far west.

A convenient destination for travelers for centuries. It lies close to the Shenandoah River, the Shenandoah National Park, the Appalachian Trail, Harpers Ferry, the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal Tow Path (used currently as a bike trail), and the paved Washington & Old Dominion Railroad Trail. Round Hill today has that same appeal for outdoor enthusiasts and the many residents who call it home.

Located at the crossroads of Virginia routes 7 and 719 (Woodgrove Road), approximately 50 miles northwest of, Washington D.C. Round Hill has recently been ringed by fast-growing suburbs of Washington, D.C., that have brought thousands of residents to just outside the town. The ease of commuting along with its beautiful landscape makes Round Hill, Va. a peaceful place to call home.

This close proximity is a big draw to this small community. Round Hill residents enjoy the amenities of a metropolitan area like golfing, fine dining, wineries, galleries, all while never having to leave the comfort of their community. The whole town turns out for the Hometown Festival in May, mark your calendar and come experience what you have been searching for in Round Hill.

Round Hill will give you the quality of life you have been yearning for.