Lansdowne on the Potomac is a residential, resort-style community with 2,155 homes; 1,442 detached homes and 713 attached single-family homes developed on former plantation land rich in history. Located near Leesburg, VA, approximately 25 miles west of Washington, DC. With the additional presence of the luxurious Lansdowne Resort, residents enjoy a country club style of living with the convenience of shopping and services, making it a prized location in Loudoun County. The Lansdowne Town Center has a city-styled design with homes, shops and restaurants all together in a town-like setting. The shopping area contains small boutique shops, stores and other businesses and a cosmopolitan mix of restaurants.
Two significant bodies of water (Goose Creek and the Potomac River) are in and around Lansdowne. The community includes businesses and residential areas. Businesses include: INOVA Loudoun Hospital, the Lansdowne Resort, Lansdowne Woods, The Prison Ministries headquarters, and The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation. The area also includes the Lansdowne Town Center, a mix of residential and retail space. All students in Lansdowne attend schools that are part of Loudoun County Public Schools, offering educational programs that rank with the best in Virginia and in the nation. Located within the Lansdowne community is Seldens Landing Elementary School, Belmont Ridge Middle School, and Riverside High School.
Lansdowne’s location along the Potomac River offers water lovers and outdoor enthusiasts a place to fish, canoe and kayak. Access is available at the Elizabeth Mills Riverfront Park and the Kephart Bridge Landing.
Living near an internationally acclaimed resort definitely has its advantages. While visiting Lansdowne Resort you can indulge yourself at the spa and chase your cares away or play a round of golf on one of the resorts beautiful golf courses. The RTJ II course was designed by renowned architect Robert Trent Jones, Jr. and is set along the Potomac River with views of the Virginia countryside. The Norman course was designed by Pro Golfer Greg Norman and was designed with a “least disturbance approach” to maintain the beauty of the area. Take the challenge and find out why Norman declared the last four holes of his course the “hardest mile in golf” (1760 yards).
To contact the Potomac Club please call 571.333.1212.