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McLean is a suburban community located close to the Washington, D.C. area that is pet and family friendly. McLean offers a selection of new construction, single-family homes, town homes, condos for sale and apartments for rent. You’re sure to find the perfect home for you in McLean.
Due to its proximity to Washington, D.C., numerous figures from American politics and government live in McLean. As a suburb of Washington, D.C., McLean is a part of both the Washington Metropolitan Area and the larger Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area makes McLean a great place to call home that is close to everything in the area you could ever want or need.
The proximity to the District of Columbia makes it a very desirable job market in the McLean area. Capital One, Mars, Booz Allen Hamilton, Freddie Mac, Hilton Worldwide and the Gannett Company are among the companies based in McLean, Virginia.
The headquarters of the Central Intelligence Agency is located in the Langley area of McLean and the headquarters of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence is also located in McLean.
Things to Do
You really don’t need to leave the McLean area for anything. The mall is very close, grocery stores are everywhere, and restaurants are plentiful. Museums, art galleries, national monuments, the zoo McLean has it all within easy reach.
Close to the picturesque Potomac River and all the activities it has to offer, McLean also has an annual Chocolate Festival and McLean Day as well as many other community and cultural activities throughout the year. State of the art sport facilities and recreational centers where members of the community interact and have fun, you’ll have plenty to do if you call McLean, Virginia your home.
Falls Church also known as “The Little City” is located 15-minutes away from Washington D.C. offering a wide variety of homes for sale and rent. From apartments to townhouses and big houses with sizable yards you’ll find that and more in Falls Church.
Close to everything across the DC metropolitan area,with public transportation close by that will take you to nearby cities like Arlington, Alexandria, Fairfax and even Washington D.C., Falls Church is an ideal place in the area to hang your hat.
Being in close proximity to D.C., there are many opportunities for anyone from recent grads to experienced workers. Falls Church is really close to main highways including I-395 and I-495, so it is very convenient to commute and work in the Washington D.C. area.
Things to Do
Clean, quiet and everything within reach including cafes, coffee shops, restaurants, and boutiques, there are many great places to hang out in Falls Church as well as plenty of activities, parks, movie theaters, cultural experiences, and shopping centers just a short drive away.
Washington, D.C.is steeped in history and culture, and the neighborhoods in the DC area are remarkably diverse,and home to a wide variety of people from different ethnic backgrounds, nationalities, religions, and economic levels.
The Washington D.C. territory including Georgetown and Dupont Circle offers many types of homes for sale. From condos and apartments to suburban town homes and single-family homes to rural farmland, you’re sure to find a home that best suits your lifestyle and needs in D.C.
If you don’t work for the Government, or in politics, Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman are among the city’s largest private-sector employers. Inova Health System and MedStar Health represent the biggest employers in the healthcare industry. Microsoft and Marriott have a large base in the city, so there are lots of opportunities for both white collar and blue collar jobs and careers.
Things to Do
The Washington, DC area has lots of cultural activities, entertainment, shopping, festivals, outdoor recreation, and great restaurants.You can enjoy a day trip or weekend getaway at the beach, the mountains, or several cities including DC, Baltimore, Annapolis, Wilmington, Philadelphia, and New York.
And not to forget that Washington, D.C. is home to some of our country’s most prized cultural treasures including the National Zoological Park, The Smithsonian Institute, Lincoln Memorial, The Capital, and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial to name just a few.
If you’re ready to research properties and schedule a few open houses in the area, contact us,
we’d love to give you a personal tour of the Washington D.C. area.
Eugene Northrop, REALTOR®
Your Realtor For Life