Sugarland Run, Virginia

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Sugarland Run is a planned community in Loudoun County, Virginia. The population as of the 2010 United States Census was 11,799.[1] It is north of State Route 7 and south of the Potomac River. Sugarland Run flows along the east side of the community. It is near Northern Virginia Community College - Sterling (NOVA). Sugarland Run is part of the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area and is 25 miles west of D.C.

Students in Sugarland Run attend schools that are part of Loudoun County Public Schools. There are two elementary schools for the community, Sugarland Elementary and Meadowland Elementary. Both elementary schools are located in Sugarland Run. Middle school students attend Seneca Ridge Middle School. High school students attend Dominion High School. Dominion High School is also the location of Loudoun county's gifted high school, Loudoun Academy of Science.

Sugarland Run has two homeowners' associations, Sugarland Run Homeowners Associations and Sugarland Run Townhouse Homeowners' Association. Sugarland Run community amenities include:

- two community centers
- an Olympic size pool
- a tot pool
- tennis courts
- basketball courts
- volleyball court
- baseball field
- fishing lake
- 26 miles of paved wooded walking trails
- numerous playgrounds

Sugarland Run consists of single family homes and townhomes which were build in the 1970's and 1980's. Homes boast large lots and ample green space. Most homes back to paved walking trails, woods or streams. In contrast to surrounding colonial-style neighborhoods, Sugarland Run homes are built in the California contemporary style with vaulted ceilings and modern exteriors.

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Coordinates: 39°02′15″N 77°22′31″W / 39.03750°N 77.37528°W / 39.03750; -77.37528