Within this site you will have access to all the homes for sale in Middleburg Va.
From the early 1900s, Middleburg began welcoming visitors who participated in foxhunting and steeple chasing. The village soon earned a reputation as the "Nation's Horse and Hunt Capital", attracting prominent visitors from across the U.S. Middleburg is the home of the research center for horse and field sports.
The town was established in 1787 by American Revolutionary War Lieutenant Colonel and Virginia statesman, John Leven Powell He purchased the land for Middleburg at $2.50 per acre from Joseph Chinn, a first cousin of George Washington. It had been called "Chinn's Crossroads", and was then called Powell Town. When Leven Powell declined to have the town named after him, the town was called Middleburgh, and later, simply Middleburg. The village is located midway between the port of Alexandria and Winchester. Virginia,