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  • Community Characteristics: Close to Military Facility(ies), Many Single Family Dwellings

  • Population: 29,067

  • Income Per Capita: $77,970

  • Average Household Expenditure: $105,331


Located southeast of Great Falls and named after an early publisher of The Washington Post, McLean real estate is home to a heavily populated, upscale Washington, D.C. suburb. And yet, the community’s natural beauty, with much assistance from the Potomac River and the George Washington Parkway, has been well preserved. Nowhere is this more apparent than in McLean Hamlet, a tiny subdivision of just over 500 homes. Tree-lined streets, large shaded lawns, and a rolling terrain characterize this secluded community, where McLean real estate owners can be seen regularly hiking, biking, and jogging.

McLean real estate, which is home to three Fortune 500 companies and the largest mall on the East Coast, Tysons Corner Center, is some of the most desirable in the area. That’s because McLean real estate has it all: lovely neighborhoods with large wooded lots; great public schools, including McLean High School and Langley High School as well as a number of highly regarded private schools; and easy access via I-495, the Dulles Toll Road, and both National and Dulles Airports. As a result, some Mclean real estate owners have seen their homes double in value in only three or five years’ time. In other words, for everyone from commuters and families to diplomats and politicians, McLean real estate – and a McLean address – is a must-have.

Resource: Long & Foster










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