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217 Edwards Ferry Rd NE, Leesburg, VA 20176, USA
This recently restored 18th-century Federal-style home and gardens was owned by General George and Katherine Marshall from 1941 to 1959, a time where he would experience his most illustrious achievements. One of only five men to receive the rank...
17195 Southern Planter Ln, Leesburg, VA 20176, USA
For 40 years, the home of former Virginia Governor Westmoreland Davis and his wife Marguerite, Morven Park sits on 1,100 acres centered around a former 1780 fieldstone farmhouse now stately Greek Revival manor home filled with artifacts from his...
2819, 11 N King St, Leesburg, VA 20176, USA
Located at the site of a former bank dating to the late 1880s, Lightfoot was started by sisters Ingrid and Carrie Gustavson. They named the restaurant in honor of Declaration of Independence signer Francis Lightfoot Lee. It's a stunning and...
Loudoun County, VA, USA
Take an afternoon to sip your way through Loudoun County, known as Washington, D.C.’s wine country. The trail features more than 30 wineries and vineyards where you can taste handcrafted wines and learn how to pair them. The bounty of northern...
38906 Mt Gilead Rd, Leesburg, VA 20175, USA
As the first winery in Loudoun County, winemaker and owner Lew Parker has been producing award-winning wines since 1984 inside a rustic, yet charming old red barn dating back to the 1870's situated atop the Catoctin Ridge. Popular selections...
19381 Dunlop Mill Rd, Leesburg, VA 20175, USA
Located on Mill Road Farm, a third-generation working farm outside Leesburg, Zephaniah Farm Vineyard is owned by Bill Hatch, whose father bought the land in 1950 with proceeds from the sale of his great-grandfather Zephaniah's steamboat company in...
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