Loudoun’s villages reflect hundreds of years of historic settlement patterns in the beautiful Piedmont of Virginia. Their buildings and settings document that history, through war and peace, growth and decline, changes in commerce, agriculture, and transportation. The social and cultural heritage they represent, and their vitality today, makes them a vital part of the overall character of rural Loudoun.
Over time, some villages prospered while others disappeared. The villages listed here are those vanished villages.