In Fairfax County, Virginia you will find the charming town of Vienna sitting on approximately 4.4 square miles and bordered by I-66 on the south, I-495 on the east, Route 7 on the north and Hunter Mill road. Home to approximately 15,700 people, Vienna was ranked 3rd on Money magazine’s 100 best places to live in the United States, which is only one of the many reasons you should consider Vienna when looking to purchase a home in the Fairfax County area. Although it became a town well over 100 years ago and has experienced a number of changes as the years have gone by, Vienna has maintained its small-town ambiance and deep sense of community pride.
The amenities afforded to residents of Vienna are many and alluring. Vienna has a dynamic downtown brimming with small local businesses selling exclusive items and services. Residents and visitors alike revel in the hustle and bustle of Maple Avenue’s specialty shops and boutiques as they soak up the warmth of Vienna’s hometown atmosphere. If you don’t find what you are looking for in Vienna, don’t worry, Vienna is near Tysons Center, another residential and shopping district, ensuring you are able to access whatever it is you may desire.
As a resident you’ll never be left without something to do, because no matter the time of year there is almost always a community event taking place. You might also enjoy meandering down Historic Church Street or driving along the tree-lined streets of Vienna’s Historic District and reveling in the beauty of its rich past and the stately architecture of a time gone by. Buy a home in Vienna and enjoy frequent visits to the beautiful Centennial Park or the Freeman House and Museum, originally built in 1859. The friendly residents will gladly welcome you into their community and ensure you feel at home.
Being just 15 miles outside of Washington D.C, Vienna also boasts a Washington Metro station with ample parking garages. Other amenities include the highly ranked public schools. Vienna students are served by the Fairfax County Public School District (consistently one of the highest ranked in the country) and home to Oakton and Madison high schools, 2 middle schools and 6 elementary schools. So no matter what is on your list of criteria when considering buying a home or investing in real estate, you would be remiss not to consider the warm, historically rich community of Vienna, Virginia.
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