Welcome to your best source for Falls Church real estate & Fairfax County homes for sale. Falls Church, Virginia offers home buyers a small town feel, despite its mix of mid-rise condo and office buildings. Located along Interstate 66, the community is close to Washington DC and several popular Northern Virginia suburbs. For details about properties for sale in Falls Church or to schedule a private home tour, contact your Fairfax County real estate professionals today! Read more about Falls Church real estate.
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Home to approximately 14,000 people, Falls Church, Virginia offers a relatively small town feel, in addition to a healthy mix of mid-rise condo and office buildings, not to mention the close proximity to Washington DC and other prominent Northern Virginia suburbs. As part of the Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV Metropolitan Statistical Area, many potential home buyers find it to be the perfect bedroom community, mainly because it's just a short 10-mile drive away from the hustle and bustle that surrounds metro DC. The location of Falls Church just off Interstate 66 also makes any commute as seamless and efficient as possible, while Highway 50 is another option for getting to and from downtown Washington DC, as well as to nearby Arlington, VA.
In 2011, Falls Church was named the richest county in the entire US, with a median annual household income of over $113,000. Homes for sale in Falls Church are certainly representative of this statistic. If you like historic, mansion-style homes with an endless amount of charm, character, and elegance, you'll love many of the homes for sale around the downtown area, which range from 19th century Victorians to classic Georgian-style homes with a ton of living space. The new construction market is also pretty healthy around Falls Church, with custom-built homes seemingly popping up in every nook and cranny in, and around, town.
As an independent town in Virginia, Falls Church is covered by a seven-member city council, with each member having been elected to four-year, staggered terms.
For maximum convenience to those who commute to DC, Falls Church is also serviced by two Washington Metro subway stations, while the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority also provides bus service throughout the entire Northern Virginia district, which includes Falls Church.
The Fairfax County Public School System serves the educational requirements of Falls Church, Virginia's school students.
In addition, the city also has its own school system, the Falls Church City Public Schools, which includes one elementary school, one middle school, and one high school.
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