Lovettsville is a community located in Loudon County, two miles south of the Potomac River and 15-miles north of Leesburg, and is considered part of the Washington, DC Metro area.
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Affordable Sheds & Garden Products
Retailer of storage buildings, gazebos, playhouses, horse barns and garages. Current inventory, delivery policy, product catalog.
Butterfly Bend Farm
Certified Organic Farm featuring asparagus and pick-your-own strawberries, garlic, honey and eggs. Includes directions, newsletter, and mission statement.
EcoVillage of Loudoun County, VA
A residential community based on the social principles of cohousing and the environmental principles of sustainable development.
Lovettsville Community Center
County-run community center offering playground, pool, ballfields, tennis courts, licensed childcare and preschool programs, meeting rooms, special programs, and numerous community services.
Lovettsville Cooperative Market, Inc.
Local organic co-op.
Lovettsville Dolphins Swim Team
Local team sponsored by the Lovettsville Community Center. Includes contact information and mailing list.
View book news, online catalogs, and meet the advisory board.
Restaurant specializing in local, organic, seasonal, vegetarian cuisine. Menus, events, background information, and a newsletter.
View auction schedule and why to sell at an auction.
Stone Manor Vineyard & Orchard
Bed and Breakfast. Background, photos of guest accommodations, information on wedding receptions, testimonials.
Town of Lovettsville
Official city government webpage featuring list of services, calendar of events, and resource links.
Weather Lea Farm and Vineyard
Raises sheep and llamas and offers wool products for sale, and has a small wine grape vineyard. Host weddings and other events, and offer short-term cottage rental.
Weather Underground: Lovettsville Forecast
View five day forecast, detailed weather information, and radar.
Wikipedia - Lovettsville
View information and statistics from Wikipedia.
Wildlife & Wildfowl Art Gallery
Original paintings of wild life and wild fowl. View gallery of past work and contact information.
Goodwill Erodes as Town Grows
Article in the Washington Post on controversy surrounding a mixed use development. By Amy Gardner. (March 04, 2006)
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