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  • Public Transportation: Silver Line Metrorail
  • Walk Score: 88
  • Grocery Store(s): Giant & Harris Teeter
  • Local High School: McLean

McLean (pronounced “mick-CLANE”), has gone from being a sleepy suburb to a status symbol in the heart Northern Virginia.  McLean’s vibrant business community make it one of the fastest growing suburban towns in the country.  Residents of McLean enjoy the close proximity to Washington DC and the area’s two favorite upscale shopping malls: Tysons Corner and Tysons Galleria.  Both malls feature high-end brand names and fine dining.

Just as the malls are at the upper echelon, so are the homes.  The medial list price of a single family home in McLean is $1.6 million.  Residents of McLean rub elbows with diplomats, congressmen, executives and government officials.  Despite the who’s who list of residents, McLean has maintained a small town charm.  You’ll find mom & pop wine shops, organic butchers, gourmet food shops, home made ice cream and local florists.  You don’t have to go far to find what you are looking for and friendly purveyors that are eager to help.

If you are interested in finding homes within the McLean high school district you can use our custom search.

Below is a sample of the most recent homes to hit the real estate market in McLean.

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Trout Fishing at Lake Fairfax Park

February 19th, 2014 // filed under: Fairfax County Real Estate and Community

Foter / CC BY-SAIf you enjoy fishing but don’t want to stray far from home you may want to consider Lake Fairfax Park in Reston. The 20-acre lake at Lake Fairfax Park is stocked with trout and ready for the spring 2014 season. During the trout spring and fall season, daily passes can be purchased for $15, a spring pass for...

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Changes to Mortgages in 2014

December 2nd, 2013 // filed under: Arlington Real Estate, Fairfax County Real Estate and Community, Home Buying Advice, Northern VA Real Estate and Community

It was just announced that the conforming loans ($417K and $625.5K for high balance) will remain the same in 2014 as they were in 2013.  No surprise, but still good to hear.  New jumbo and second trust products continue to come on the market, so (at least in the near term) more, not less, mortgage products are available now and...

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2013 Leaf Collection Schedule for Arlington, Fairfax County & DC

October 23rd, 2013 // filed under: Arlington Real Estate, Fairfax County Real Estate and Community

seyed mostafa zamani / Foter / CC BYA sign of fall is the changing leaf colors, the vibrant red, orange and yellows seen throughout the metropolitan area, which shortly thereafter turn to brown and fall from the trees.  This season is once again on top of us, signaling the time to round up the leafs in preparation of the start of the 2013...

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NVAR Hosts 17th Annual Eco-Summit

September 9th, 2013 // filed under: Alexandria City, Arlington Real Estate, Fairfax County Real Estate and Community, Home Buying Advice, Home Selling Advice, Investment Spotlight, New Construction, Northern VA Real Estate and Community

Thursday, September 5th, The Northern Virginia Association of Realtors (NVAR) hosted its seventeenth Annual Economic Summit, or Eco-Summit as they call it; this title really seems like it is going to have something to do with the environment because of the "eco" term, but no. It is about the economy- mostly regionally but a bit about the National situation as...

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Construction Work on Leesburg Pike (Route 7) in Tysons Corner

August 21st, 2013 // filed under: Fairfax County Real Estate and Community

ecstaticist / Foter / CC BY-NC-SAExpect delays on Leesburg Pike in and around Tysons starting the week of August 19th into September 2013, this is as a result of construction work on the planned silver-line metro project. Dulles Metrorail Project crews will start working each night to complete the paving and restoration of the east and west bound lanes ....

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