The unincorporated community of Aldie, VA, is located between the towns of Chantilly and Middleburg, in Loudoun County. Aldie is considered one of the fastest growing suburbs in the Washington, D.C. area, seeing a huge population increase since the year 2000, now nearing 12,000 people.
Aldie dates back to 1765 with the establishment of a mill. The original Village of Aldie was established in a gap between the Catoctin and Bull Run Mountains, along the Little River. The town’s most famous resident, President James Monroe, constructed his private residence here in 1822.
Today, four sites in Aldie are listed on the National Register of Historic Places: the Aldie Mill Historic District, Loudoun Agricultural and Mechanical Institute, Mount Zion Old School Baptist Church and Furr Farm. Aldie hosts two annual festivals: the Treasures on the Turnpike, in May, and the Harvest Festival, in October.
When it comes to auto repairs, Viking Automotive is proud to serve the Aldie community. Our 5,000-square-foot facility is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment to handle any extent of work your vehicle may need. Thanks to the talents of our specially trained ASE-Certified Master Technicians, Viking Automotive will make sure any vehicle you own— newer or vintage— remains in top-running condition. Our shop is conveniently located in nearby Chantilly, where we look forward to earning your business.