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Falls Church


  • Community Characteristics: Influenced by Local Colleges

  • Population: 108,717

  • Income Per Capita: $36,525

  • Average Household Expenditure: $67,608


Falls Church real estate is home to an established, older community. It is situated just west of Washington, D.C. along with the neighboring communities of Baileys Crossroads and Seven Corners. The Falls Church, the city’s namesake, was founded in 1734 and once included George Mason and George Washington in its congregation.

Much of Falls Church real estate is conveniently located near two major interstates and two Metro stations, making it a popular investment among commuters. But despite this accessibility, Falls Church real estate owners often cite the city’s small-town atmosphere and strong sense of community as its biggest attraction. And despite covering just over two square miles, the city boasts 11 parks, giving Falls Church real estate owners ample outdoor recreational opportunities.

Thanks to the enticing combination of excellent Fairfax County public schools, rising property values, and a low crime index, new residents are attracted to Falls Church real estate every year. This attraction is only enhanced by the community’s access to the amenities of downtown DC via Metro or bus. 

Resource: Long & Foster

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