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Town of Round Hill
Loudoun's Western-most town is home to nearly 600 residents and has a comfortable friendliness that can be experienced at the popular monthly Bluegrass Jam Sessions at the Old Furniture Factory. Named for a hill top and used by the North and South for its views of the surrounding countryside during the Civil War, Round Hill was also once a camping spot for Native American Indians. However, it was out-of-town guests who most enjoyed this rural town. They came by the hundreds from Washington, DC to Loudoun to enjoy the mountain air.