Leesburg: Full of History
Leesburg is the government seat of Loudoun County. At 300 years old it boasts a rich historical heritage and has several historic sites including Morven Park, the Museum of Hounds and Hunting, Historical White's Ferry, Ball's Bluff Battlefield, Oatlands Historic House and Garden and Dodona Manor, former home of General George C. Marshall.
Leesburg borders the Potomac River and is located near major highways such as Route 7 and Route 15 and is 15 miles from Dulles International Airport. It also has an Animal Park, an Outlet Mall, wineries, and several parks.
Located next to the scenic Potomac River, River Creek is a luxury gated community that is situated around an 18-hole golf championship Ault-Clark golf course. Comprised of 600 acres, the community offers restaurants, four tennis courts, three pools, and a fitness center.
Another notable community is Landsdowne on the Potomac which has 1,442 single family homes and 713 single family townhomes. The 30,000 square foot Potomac Club offers a host of amenities including both indoor and outdoor pools, a business center with computers, a fitness center and a game room with a pool table, an air hockey table, foosball, and television.
Additionally, Leesburg offers a National Conference Center which serves as a corporate training facility. Comprised of 265,000 square foot, with a capacity of 14,000 individuals, it is one of the largest meeting spaces in the region. The center contains 250 conference rooms, an athletic facility, and 917 guest rooms.