This 750-acre community is enriched with gently rolling topography and is located in Virginia’s lush Loudoun County landscape. This community is blessed with scenic views of the Sugarloaf Mountain, the Catoctin Mountains and natural tree line boarders that enhance the community. It is conveniently located five miles north of Leesburg, six miles from the Dulles Greenway, 25 minutes from Frederick, Maryland and 40 minutes from Washington DC. Commuters are just 10 minutes from Point of Rocks where MARC commuter train offers several stops throughout Montgomery County or non-stops to Union Station. The Dulles Greenway Toll Road is just 10 minutes from Lee’s Crossing.
Lee’s Crossing has estates ranging in size from 3 to 36 acres. Horse trails with throughout the community allow for enjoyment of the natural beauty of Lee’s Crossing. Black board fence along all community roads maintain the rich country estate ambiance.
There are restrictive covenants on the property for the preservation of the property values and to maintain the integrity of the equestrian lifestyle. These covenants also serve to contribute to the personal and general health, safety and welfare of residents and for the maintenance of the land and improvements.
Enjoy the country life with all the pleasures of city life just minutes away.
Portrait of General Lee and his troops used by permission of John Paul Strain Historical Art, 2003 ©