This is one of four spectacular mountainside residential building lots available half-a-mile from the historic town of Hillsboro in western Loudoun County. The lots range from 2.03 to 4.61 acres in size, with the two largest lots extending to the ridge of the mountains southwest of Hillsboro. These lots offer potential for beautiful eastern-facing panoramic views overlooking Loudoun County wine country. This particular lot is 2.47 acres and corresponds to Loudoun County tax ID 518396445000. In consultation with an engineer, the current owner has identified and cleared building envelopes on each of the four lots and installed a construction driveway servicing all lots. Each lot has a county-approved 4-bedroom septic certification obtained in June 2021. Future road maintenance shall be the shared responsibility of the lot owners. There is no property owners' association and no architectural review board. The properties are located off Ashbury Church Road half-a-mile south of Charles Town Pike (Route 9) and five miles north of Purcellville. Leesburg is 12 miles east. The lots are convenient to some of the areas most popular wineries and breweries, including Doukenie Winery (2 miles), Harvest Gap Brewery (2.5 miles), and Breaux Vineyards (4 miles). Recent home sales within one mile the properties include 37129 Koerner Lane ($950,000), 37195 Koerner Lane ($997,000), 15360 Honey Locust Lane ($950,000), and 15444 Hillsboro Road ($915,000). GPS will not recognize the street address because the lots were only recently assigned addresses. The entrance to the lots are located between 15425 Ashbury Church Road and 15407 Ashbury Church Road.
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