A mixture of older homes, infill development, and new construction houses.

Welcome to McLean

One of DC’s first suburbs
Key Details:
  1. A bedroom community with a growing commercial base. 
  2. A small town feel – without being a small town.
  3. A mixture of older homes, infill development, and new construction houses.
What to Expect
Many of McLean’s twisty roads used to be horse trails, but the rural flavor of this suburb has been replaced with a robust little town center around the intersection of Old Dominion Drive and Chain Bridge Road. Public transportation includes bus service and the recent expansion of the Metro Silver Line. Residents can also opt to take a quick drive down Route 123 to the booming Tysons Corner Center, where two malls that straddle the highway have led to office and condo developments in recent years.
The Lifestyle
Many residents enjoy a family-centric lifestyle in McLean. From school options to extracurricular activities, there is something for everyone. Local hangouts like Rocco’s Pizza and the McLean Family Restaurant are often filled with those grabbing a bit after a game or activity.
The Market
You can still see old farmhouses dotting McLean’s neighborhoods, which also include colonial, mid-century ranches, and split-level homes. But many swathes of land, such as the old Evans Farm along Route 123, have been turned into large, new luxury developments since the turn of the 21st century.
You’ll Fall in Love with
Several parks and preserves line the Potomac River as the George Washington Parkway winds its way through McLean, providing a rugged and bucolic escape that’s just minutes from the city. Everyone loves Clemyjontri Park, one of the region’s only fully handicap-accessible playgrounds.



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