Aldie Homes & Real Estate

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Aldie July 23, 2018
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Aldie Real Estate Market

Aldie is a small community in Loudoun County, Virginia. The landscape is dotted with vineyards, wineries, and functional farms, and agro-tourism is a booming business in Aldie. The Aldie zip code, 20105, is home to more than 11,000 residents, an astonishing increase of nearly 600 percent since the 2010 census. Aldie is just an 18-mile drive from Dulles International Airport and an hour's drive from Dupont Circle, the heart of DC.

Median home prices in Aldie are in the mid $500s. Year-over-year sales prices have seen a modest four percent increase overall, with the sales prices of four-bedroom homes seeing the greatest increase at about 14 percent.

Single-family homes account for about two-thirds of the active real estate market in Aldie, with prices starting in the upper $400s. Homes in Aldie tend to be large, and the typical single-family home at the median price point has four bedrooms, three baths, and about 3,500 square feet of living space. At the high end of the real estate market are luxury homes on spacious lots priced from the low $1 millions. These homes typically feature four to six bedrooms in more than 5,000 square feet of space.

While Aldie embraces its historic roots, homes predating the mid-century are hard to come by, though it’s not unheard of for a Colonial manor dating to the late 18th century or a turn-of-the-century Victorian farmhouse to appear on the market.

Reflecting the community’s rapid growth, there are plenty of new construction neighborhoods to appeal to Aldie homebuyers. Prices start in the upper $500s for single-family homes for sale in Virginia Manor built by Ryan Homes. Moving up the price scale, homes built by NVHomes in Willowsford Estates in the Greens and Grove range from the mid $700s to the low $900s. Other major builders currently active in Aldie include Toll Brothers, K. Hovnanian Homes, and Richmond American Homes.

Condos and townhomes are priced from the upper $200s for two to three bedrooms in a generous floorplan of about 1,300 square feet. Many condos and townhomes at a variety of price points can be found in Stone Ridge North and Kirkpatrick Farms.

Aldie Community Amenities

Aldie offers plenty to occupy history buffs and wine enthusiasts. Historic sites include the Aldie Mill Historic District, the Loudoun Agricultural and Mechanical Institute, and Mount Zion Old School Baptist Church, which is adjacent to the trails at Gilbert’s Corner Regional Park. Nearby museums include the National Sporting Library and Museum, the Haymarket Museum, and the Heritage Farm Museum. Within a 10 minute drive of downtown Aldie are vineyards and wineries including Chrysalis Vineyards, 50 West, and Cana Vineyards and Winery of Middleburg. There are several golf courses nearby as well, such as Creighton Farms and Brambleton Regional Park and Golf Course.

Aldie Neighborhood Highlights

  • Retains elements of a rural community
  • Large homes and spacious lots are common
  • Plenty of wineries and historic sites
  • Highly-rated public schools
  • Short drive to Dulles International Airport

Aldie School Information

Aldie students attend Loudoun County Public Schools. Aldie Elementary School and Mercer Middle School receive excellent scores of eight and nine out of 10, respectively, from the school ratings website GreatSchools.org. Private schools serving the area include LePort Montessori and the Hill School in Middleburg. For higher education, nearby campuses include Columbia College at Centerville and George Washington University.

Aldie is an up-and-coming suburb ideal for those looking to buy a home that’s conveniently close to the amenities of DC, yet offers a quiet, country lifestyle. Prospective homeowners will need to move fast to take advantage of Aldie’s relatively low home prices, as the market is poised to get even hotter within the next few years.

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