The beautiful community of Middleburg is one of Loudoun County's best-kept secrets.
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Overview for Middleburg, VA

2,959 people live in Middleburg, where the median age is 52.1 and the average individual income is $79,151. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population

52.1 years

Median Age


Population Density Population Density This is the number of people per square mile in a neighborhood.


Average individual Income

Welcome to Middleburg

An enchanting community with historic and peaceful neighborhoods.
The beautiful community of Middleburg is one of Loudoun County's best-kept secrets. Tucked away in the rural parts of Loudoun County, Middleburg offers the convenience of city amenities in a charming rural atmosphere. Middleburg attracts equestrians, outdoor enthusiasts, and home buyers who are simply wanting a quiet and serene place to call home.
As you drive through Middleburg, the exquisite, spacious estates throughout the community are sure to impress you. Because of the community’s historic nature, many of these homes have a character of their own, with each telling a unique story. The rural atmosphere of Middleburg has allowed the community to stay private and hidden over the years. To date, there are roughly 600 residents who call this community home. 

What to Love

  • Exquisite estates
  • Outdoor recreational activities
  • Historic community 
  • Rural, equestrian area

Local Lifestyle 

The unique geography of Middleburg has allowed residents to enjoy an abundance of outdoor recreational activities. Middleburg has earned the title of “The Nation’s Horse and Hunt Capital.” Popular activities include fox hunting and horse racing. The expansive land allows residents to saddle up their horses and explore the wilderness. 

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Within Middleburg, residents will find several options for fine dining and premier shopping. The Red Fox Inn and Tavern is one of Middleburg’s most popular destinations. This Inn and Tavern dates to 1728 and sits in the beautiful Middleburg Village. The grounds are simply stunning, and the restaurant itself offers a much-loved menu. 
Other popular nearby dining establishments include Field & Main Restaurant, Harrimans Virginia Piedmont Grill, Goodstone Inn and Restaurant, and King Street Oyster Bar. Each of these restaurants has a unique ambiance and provides the perfect destination for a romantic evening out.
For great shopping, exploring Middleburg’s historic downtown is an adventure that could easily last you half a day. Shoppers look forward to a number of equestrian shops, charming boutiques, fine art galleries, high-end retailers, and so much more.
Because Middleburg is nestled outside some of Northern Virginia's more populated communities, residents enjoy city amenities in a matter of minutes. Take a short 20-minute drive out of Middleburg, and you’ll find a number of fine dining, upscale shopping, and entertainment venues to enjoy. 

Things to Do

One of the most popular communal events in Middleburg is the Buchanan Hall Farmers Market. The market is set on a stunning hillside with majestic views of the town. Visitors shop local meats, produce, artisan goods, and local food truck vendors while listening to live music. The Middleburg Film Festival is another celebration favored by locals. This annual four-day film festival showcases carefully selected films in the town’s most charming theater venues. 
The Middleburg Holiday Parade is a popular event that celebrates the community. During the holidays, the city comes alive as horse-drawn carriages pull Santa. Residents dress up to reflect the historical spirit of the community. In towns like Middleburg, the charm of the holiday season is well appreciated and put on full display. 
Because of the rural landscape in Middleburg, exploring the outdoors on horseback is one of the best ways to see the area. There are a number of equestrian facilities that will allow you to venture out on horseback. Many homes have their own private stables, making horse ownership a common practice throughout the community. The Middleburg Training Center is one of the best equestrian facilities in the community for those residents who enjoy this recreational activity. 

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