Category Archives: history

more HOA history…

continuing to mine our paper archives: past HOA boardmembers

Continue reading more HOA history…

what might have been;-)

past secretary jim babcock just dropped off a box of hoa records, including the other key to our p.o.box, along with a bunch of drawings…check this out from a 1976 survey:

and westerley was originally proposed to take our commonground @ the entrance:-p

see more plans

spring cleaning

A huge thanks to new boardmember Krista Donlon for power washing the front entrance walls yesterday. She did a wonderful job; the walls look great.

Thank you, Krista!!!

It does appear that the mortar will need re-pointing soon, though…btw, the white mortar visible on the western wall above comes from the repairs made when a drunk driver careened up sterling blvd & flew into it, knocking out the entire center section.

Nokes Mountain

Potomac View Road south of Rt 7 follows a ridge, also called Mirror Ridge for its use as a Civil War signalling station, now leads to Nokes Boulevard and Dulles Town Center.

The ridge is called Nokes Mountain. Continue reading Nokes Mountain

African American Burial Grounds in Loudoun

African American Burial Ground for the Enslaved at Belmont

The cemetery of the enslaved at Belmont Plantation was rescued from the bulldozers at the southeast corner of the interchange of Rt 7 & Belmont Ridge Road.

Sycolin Cemetery

The preservation of the Sycolin Cemetery has been turned over to the Loudoun Freedom Center, as the Town of Leesburg donated the land they were given by the FAA.

Tippet’s Hill Cemetery

1700 Moran Rd, Sterling, VA