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Ashburn Real Estate Market

Ashburn is a community in Loudoun County, Virginia. It’s just a 15-minute drive from Dulles International Airport. The community is noted for its proximity to breweries, parks, and entertainment destinations. Ashburn encompasses about 18 square miles and uses zip codes 20146 through 20149.

Median home prices in Ashburn are in the low $500s, just over $220 per square foot. Year-over-year sales prices have mostly remained steady, with one-bedroom real estate seeing the greatest growth at about six percent. About 73 percent of Ashburn residents are homeowners, and the median rent asked in the area is around $1,900 per month for two-bedroom units.

Single-family homes for sale account for just under half the active real estate market in Ashburn, with prices starting in the low $400s for three-bed, two-bath houses of around 1,900 square feet. The typical home at the median price point has three to four bedrooms, three baths, and around 2,800 square feet of space. Historic homes are hard to come by in Ashburn, but the occasional early 20th century farmhouse does appear on the market.

There are numerous new construction options for homebuyers in Ashburn. Condos priced from the upper $200s are available in The Ridges at Loudoun Valley, built by Toll Brothers, while high-end townhomes from the upper $800s built by Miller and Smith are selling in One Loudoun Upper West. Detached homes in builder communities are available in The Grant at Willowsford by M/I Homes from the mid $600s and Line K at Thompson’s Grant by K. Hovnanian Homes, priced from the low $2 millions. Other active builders throughout Ashburn include Winchester Homes, Beazer Homes, and Pulte Homes.

Condos and townhomes start in the upper $100s for one-bed, one-bath units. There are luxury condo units in communities such as Brambleton Landbay, which are priced from the upper $800s and offer upscale features like gourmet kitchens and patios with outdoor fireplace.

Ashburn Community Amenities

A mixed-use plaza called One Loudoun serves as the primary retail, dining, and entertainment destination for Ashburn residents. In addition to numerous restaurants and shops, it’s also home to Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, The Barn amphitheater and outdoor entertainment venue, and a farmer’s market. Green space in and around Ashburn includes Ashburn Park, Trailside Park, and Washington and Old Dominion Railroad Regional Park. There are several golf courses nearby as well, such as the Golf Club at Landsdowne and Dulles Golf Center. Ashburn Ice House is a large indoor ice rink for skating, hockey, and lessons.

The median household income for Ashburn is $123,000, more than twice the national average. The cost of living is 43 percent higher than the national figure. Loudoun County’s top employers include Verizon, the Department of Homeland Security, United Airlines, and Raytheon Company.

Ashburn Neighborhood Highlights

  • One Loudon residential, retail, and entertainment plaza
  • Ashburn Ice House hockey and skating rink
  • Heritage Farm history museum
  • Highly-rated public schools
  • Numerous new construction communities
  • High median income with relatively affordable housing

Ashburn School Information

Ashburn students attend Loudoun County Public Schools. There are 14 elementary schools, five middle schools, and five high schools within Ashburn. 19 of these schools receive excellent scores of eight or nine out of 10 from the school ratings website Private schools serving the area include Loudoun School for the Gifted and County Christian School.

For higher education, there are campuses of George Washington University and Strayer University in Ashburn.

Ashburn is an ideal community for those looking to buy a home within commuting distance of Washington, DC and other Northern Virginia cities. It has excellent public schools, a variety of major employers, and plenty of housing to choose from.

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