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Located along the Potomac River, McLean is adjacent to Arlington, VA and is right across from Bethesda, MD. The CDP is also just a 20- to 25-minute drive away from Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.

McLean has an estimated population of 47,305 in 2017, according to the US

Census Bureau. Its accessibility to the nation’s capital, as well as the wide range of local high-profile enterprises make it an ideal residential enclave for high-net- worth individuals and their families.

Several Fortune 500 and globally recognized companies are based within the CDP’s geographic boundaries. These include Capital One Financial, Hilton Worldwide Holdings, and Mars, Incorporated. The government’s Central Intelligence Agency is also based here.

School-age children residing in McLean attend Fairfax County Public Schools. There are plenty of options for higher education in communities surrounding the CDP, including Marymount University and DeVry University in Arlington, George Mason University in Fairfax, the University of Virginia’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies in Falls Church.

Universities in Washington, D.C. are also within 10 miles from McLean.

 

Real estate opportunities

McLean is known for its astounding array of luxury homes, including both new construction and historic, century-old estates. This location attracts the well- heeled crowd, with the median home values currently pegged at $944,500, based on Zillow estimates using data through July 31, 2019. Zillow also reports that homes in McLean are listed at a median price of $1,375,000 and sell at a median of $846,300.

House styles include stately Colonial and European-influenced mansions, as well as suburban staples like Craftsman and Ranch-style homes. The understated traditional look of brick, stone, and wood façades still prevail along McLean neighborhoods’ tree-lined streets.

If you want to begin your home search in the most prestigious parts of town, neighborhoods like Langley, The Reserve, Langley Forest, Old Dominion Gardens, and Salona Village are excellent places to start. Contact a realtor today to learn more.

 

Living and lifestyle

Historic landmarks highlight the wide range of local attractions that become part of everyday living when you own a home in McLean. Lewinsville Park and Fort Marcy are notable destinations that recount the events of the American Civil War.

McLean also has a proud artistic heritage, which shows through local institutions such as the McLean Orchestra and the Alden Theatre. The McLean Project for the Arts actively promotes public awareness and appreciation of modern art, with initiatives that include free access to a trio of art galleries in the McLean Community Center, art classes, and a variety of special talks and events scheduled throughout the year.

Discover the best homes for sale in McLean, VA with a realtor like Ian McVeigh and The Redstone Group. Call 703.965.2304 or email Ian@IansSelectTeam.com to learn more and ask about the financing options that are available.

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