Ashburn boasts diverse real estate with something for buyers in almost every price range. From exclusive, country estates in the multi-million-dollar price range to three- and four-bedroom residences starting in the mid- to high-$500,000 price range, will find Ashburn real estate has a lot to offer. Ashburn offers the perfect combination of a close proximity to Dulles International Airport and the new Silver Line Metro service to be completed within a few years, and a less than 30 minute drive to the Blue Ridge Mountains and Northern Virginia wine country. Add to the mix great shopping and dining choices, golf and tennis resorts and world class schools and you’ll find Ashburn has just about everything on your home search wish list!
Ashburn residents who already own real estate in the area will find their homes retain their value and represent a solid investment opportunity.
All about Ashburn, VA
Money Magazine’s 2012 list of best places to live places Ashburn, Virginia in the 29th spot!
Top 100 rank: 29
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Even if you’ve never been to Ashburn, chances are some of your data have. It’s estimated that more than 50% of the world’s Internet traffic runs through Loudoun County, where Ashburn is located. The area is home to data centers for major companies like Facebook, Amazon, and Microsoft. Ashburn has a high median income thanks to its abundance of well-paid technology jobs, but housing in the area is still relatively affordable. –E.R.
An exciting new development in Ashburn is One Loudoun. A mixed use development including single family homes, town homes, a retail plaza, Alamo movie theater and a new stadium where the brand new professional baseball team, the Loudoun Hounds, will play!
Ashburn’s population is just over 73,000, placing it among the largest unincorporated areas in Loudoun County. The median age of Ashburn residents is 34 and the median family income is about $130,000.