Nestled closer to Washingtom, D.C,. than Great Falls, McLean has the most expensive overall housing in Northern Virginia. As with Great Falls, homes range in age from smaller homes built 40 years ago to more recent construction on prime lots.
In general, McLean does not have the same size estate lots as Great Falls; however, its neighborhood pride runs deep, and it has developed into a more urban feel. Half acre to acre lot communities are more the norm than in Great Falls, which has more sprawl and open land. Located inside the Washington Beltway, McLean has easy access to Washington, D.C., Tysons Corner, airports, parks, etc. Traditionally, McLean is considered perhaps the most upscale housing location inside the Washington Beltway.
If you are a McLean resident and would like an indepth analysis of your home or neighborhood, please feel free to call or email me
If you are a buyer in McLean, you must consider the dramatic price difference among the different homes and neighborhhoods of McLean. When you are in this price category, small percentage differences in price have significant absolute dollar value. I would be glad to discuss this in much further detail with you.