May 16 / 1:00PM — 3:00PM
Falls Church | VA
Gorgeous 6000+ sq foot open concept craftsman home in the highly sought-after Mclean HS pyramid area of Falls Church. Fully finished 3 level home with custom upgrades throughout and fully landscaped large flat yard complete with luxurious outdoor entertaining. High-end finishes with intricate moldings, gourmet kitchen, STUNNING sunroom with large windows, lots of natural light on all three levels. Butler’s pantry, lavish master suite with spa bath, upstairs loft with balcony, lower-level spacious entertaining with french door walk-out to patio area, wet bar, and fitness room. All secondary bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms and half baths on the main and lower floor to accommodate guests. Commuting could not be easier with 1.5 miles to the metro, and only a few miles to I-66, rt 7, and 495. Even the famed WO&D trail is .5 miles from this house.
The City of Falls Church is a unique and historic city. Besides featuring quick access to renowned museums and art galleries in nearby Washington, D.C., almost every neighborhood is a treasure of its own with a variety of restaurants and shops that reflect the city’s great ethnic and cultural diversity. You’ll find a warm welcome in the City of Falls Church, and it is our hope that you will be an active part of the community, so shop, play, stay for a while, and join us in the many activities offered throughout the year. The city is an independent municipality, separate from the surrounding Arlington and Fairfax Counties with its own school system. (Some Falls Church mailing addresses are in Fairfax County. Also, the City contracts for select services with the counties.) The City operates under the Council-Manager form of government and is one of the two geographically smallest cities in Virginia, at only 2.2 square miles. With a population of almost 14,000, the city is known for its urban village community, quality customer service, nationally ranked school system, environmental activism, and endless community activities.
The city is conveniently located just miles from Washington, DC. (City Hall is only nine miles from the White House.) Falls Church is easily accessed by Routes 66 and 50, the East and West Falls Church Metro Stations (Orange Line), and by a number of bus routes. Interestingly, neither Metro station lies within the City’s boundary. Falls Church dates back to the late 1600s as an early Colonial settlement shared with Native Americans. The community was established around The Falls Church (Episcopal) that was founded in 1734. Falls Church became a township in 1875, and an independent city in 1948, when parents successfully obtained its separation from Fairfax County in an effort to establish a highly acclaimed school system. More information about the city’s storied past is available at the Mary Riley Styles Public Library Local History Room. The local blog Ghosts of DC has an irreverent and fun short history of Falls Church, too.
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