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Located six miles from Washington, DC, McLean is an affluent community in northern Virginia that is home to many of Washington’s elite, including members of Congress, diplomats, corporate executives, and high-ranking government officials. The area is also the location of Langley’s CIA headquarters as well as Hickory Hill, the much photographed estate of Ethel Kennedy. Read more about McLean real estate.
McLean has a rich history and was named for John McLean, owner and publisher of the Washington Post, who built the Great Falls and Old Dominion Railway in 1906, which connected the area with Washington, D.C. In a community known for its elegant estates, Salona is one of the more venerable properties dating from the 1800s, now preserved as a historical landmark and park.
Situated between the George Washington Parkway to the east and the growing business center of Tysons Corner to the West, McLean is conveniently located near a number of upscale shopping and dining options, including the Tysons Galleria Mall and Tysons Corner Center. Properties in McLean range from luxurious horse farms in the $10M+ range as well as elegant single family homes set back from tree-lined roads. Town homes and condominiums are growing in popularity as few new subdivisions are being constructed. As one of the most established communities in the Washington metro area and with top ranked public and private schools, land in Mclean commands a premium. Residents find the combination of urban conveniences with quiet neighborhoods hard to duplicate.
Located near three major highways, including Rt. 495, Rt. 66, and the George Washington Parkway, McLean will soon have its own Metro Station on the Silver Line.
Once again two of Virginia’s elite communities placed in the Top 50 for Bloomberg’s 2019 Richest Places ranking. Great Falls came in at No. 16 with an average household income of ... Read more about Great Falls & McLean Among Wealthiest Places in Nation
Evans Farm in McLean, Virginia, is a signature example of a luxury community that has successfully preserved its historic past while ensuring the existing trees and other natural elements in the ... Read more about Here's Why Evans Farms in McLean Combines Luxury and History
Upscale US communities like McLean and Great Falls are attracting interest from investors in China. Many Chinese citizens are buying US property sight unseen and have significantly more confidence in ... Read more about Chinese Investing In Upscale US Real Estate
Woodlea Mill is an enclave of executive homes sited on generous lots in McLean, VA. At 71-acres, Woodlea Mill offers the feel of an intimate neighborhood with easy access to Washington, DC and ... Read more about Elegance in McLean's Woodlea Mill Neighborhood
As the nation's capital, Washington, DC., is home to the many power brokers and area elite who expect only the best when it comes time to finding a place to live. The term "luxury" can mean ... Read more about Washington DC Luxury Homes are Waiting for You