Loudoun County

Loudoun County is known for its beautiful scenery, rich history, healthy diversity of expanding business opportunities, comfortable neighborhoods and high quality public services. Residents can enjoy weekend concerts at any of the County’s 40+ local wineries and breweries, explore area biking trails or spend the day antiquing.

 

Demographics | Housing | Schools | Transportation | Attractions | Taxes
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Demographics

 Land Area  521 Square Miles
 Population  405,750
 Median Age  36.0

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Housing

 Number of Households  134,393
 Average Household Income  $156,866
 Average Home Sold Price  $531,283
 Average Detached Home Sold Price  $653,677
 


Schools

 School Enrollment  81,235
 Graduation Rate  95.5%
 Average SAT Score  1184
 Cost Invested Per Pupil  $14,260


Transportation

While Loudoun County is one of the outlying suburbs of the D.C. market, many people find a lower cost of living and a larger plot of land worth the commute. The County understands this dynamic and provides a number of public transportation options into the D.C. metro area, including three soon-to-open metro stops on the Silver Line.

 


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Taxes

 State Income Tax (VA)  5.75%
 Real Property Tax Rate  $1.145 per $100 Assessed Value
 Vehicle Tax  $4.200 per $100 Assessed Value
 Sales Tax (Combined State and Local)  6.0%