Town of Round Hill

A genteel town of tree-shaded streets lined with handsome late Victorian homes as well as former lodges and boarding houses dating back to the 1880s-1920s, Round Hill was once a popular summer vacation spot on the W&OD line. The train has long gone but an active, outdoorsy atmosphere endures. Hikers are drawn to the Appalachian Trail that runs along the spine of the Blue Ridge just west of town, and locals and visitors enjoy the artisanal products and fresh produce of the surrounding farming community.

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