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Purcellville is in Loudoun County, Virginia, United States. The population was 3,584 at the 2000 census, but has undergone considerable growth since then. Purcellville is the major population center for western Loudoun and the Loudoun Valley. Today, many of the older structures remaining in Purcellville reflect the Victorian architecture popular during the turn-of-the-century. The small town character of the Town and its setting in the scenic Loudoun Valley countryside make it a welcoming place to live.
Although the first land grant in the area was issued by Lord Fairfax in 1740 it was not until 1764 that Purcellville’s first known settler, James Dillon from Buck’s County, Pennsylvania, arrived.1 As might be expected, it would take a road to make a town; the early ox cart track which wound westward from Leesburg, known later as the “Great Road,” serve the purpose. The first recorded business, an ordinary (a combined store and inn), was established by Abraham Vickers in 1799. This was followed by a second ordinary, established by Stacey Taylor in 1804, and later by “Purcel’s Store” and Post Office, Established by Valentine Vernon Purcell (from whom the Town’s name is derived). A blacksmith’s shop, established around 1848, was also among the Town’s earliest businesses. The Town’s first public school was built in 1883. On July 9, 1853 the village officially adopted the name Purcellville and on March 14, 1908 the Town was incorporated by an act of the General Assembly. The Great Road became an authorized turnpike in 1785 and extended the turnpike system westward from Alexandria to Snicker’s Gap, and beyond to Berryville and Winchester.2 With the construction of this Turnpike in 1832, travel through Purcellville began to increase–the first stagecoach arrived in 1841. A railroad link was built to Leesburg prior to the Civil War, and travel to points further west were continued by stagecoach through Purcellville.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 2.4 square miles (6.1 km²), all of it land.
Purcellville lies in western Loudoun County, Virginia, in the heart of the Loudoun Valley, approximately 9 miles west of the County Seat of Leesburg, Virginia. Just to the west are the Blue Ridge Mountains (visible from many areas of town) and the town Round Hill, 4 miles (6.4 km) away. Philomont is 5 miles (8.0 km) miles south, and Middleburg, Virginia is approximately 12 miles (19 km) to the southeast. Lovettsville is approximately 11 miles (18 km) to the north.
Purcellville is governed by a town council with six seats and a mayor. Three of the seats, and the mayor’s seat go before the voters every two years.