THE TOWN OF LOVETTSVILLE - LOUDOUN COUNTY VA
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I think Lovettsville, VA, is absolutely one of the best places to live if you're thinking of moving to Loudoun County.
"The Town of Lovettsville is located in northern Loudoun County, just two miles south of the Potomac River. Lovettsville has been a thriving small community since it was originally settled by German immigrants in the 1730s. Today, Lovettsville is known for its small town character, as it blends centuries of history with an exciting future. ..."
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Some of the Special Places in Lovettsville
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The Walker Pavilion
The new pavilion, located on the Town Green, was constructed by the Town to serve as an entertainment venue and meeting place for the community. The pavilion is used for the summer Movies on the Green series and is named in honor of long serving Mayor Elaine Walker.
The Pete George Center
This building located at 2 North Berlin Pike has several business currently occupying the structure, and is best know for being the home of Bonnie's Country Kitchen. Bonnie Hawker is celebrating her 25th year in business in 2012.
The George Werking House
2 South Loudoun Street. The house is a fine example of a Virginia vernacular family town dwelling from the 1830s. The house is named aver the Pennsylvania wheelwright who lived there with his family in the mid-19th century.
North Light Street. The first Lovettsville Library opened in 1979 in the building that now serves as the Lovettsville Museum. In 1985 the Library becan an offical branch of the Loudoun County Public Libraries. In 1990 the current Liburary building on North Light Street opened its door. This Library was further expanded in 2005.
Lovettsville Elementary School
South Loudoun Street. This structure was built in 1972 with a renovation and expansion within the past five years.
4 East Pennsylvania Avenue. This building first served as the Thomas L. Potterfield Meat Store around 1900. The structure is now home to the Lovettsville Historical Society Museum.
Freedom Lodge #118
28 East Broad Way. The Ancient, Free & Accepted Masons Lodge was constructed in 1869.