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Tally Ho Real Estate

Tally Ho is a neighborhood of single-family homes located in Great Falls, Virginia.  With five-acre lot sizes and many riding trails, Tally Ho caters to families seeking an equestrian lifestyle.  Homes in the community were initially built in the late 1960s and 1970s with some more recent construction as well.  The community features an eclectic mix of home styles including Colonial, contemporary, split level and rambler style homes.

Tally Ho is located in Great Falls off Seneca Road, north of Kentland Drive.  Homes in the community are located on Corobon Lane and Clear Spring Road.  Tally Ho is served by the Forestville Elementary School, Cooper Middle School and Langley High School.

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