Composed of 4.4 square miles in the prestigious Fairfax County, the town of Vienna, Virginia, is a charming community bordered by Route 7 on the north, Interstate 66 on the south, and Interstate 495 on the east. Ranked 3rd on Money Magazine’s list of the 100 best places to live in the U.S., Vienna is home to around 15,700 residents and is a must-consider destination for homebuyers relocating in Northern Virginia. Vienna boasts a long, rich history, having become a town over 100 years ago, and while it has experienced a great deal of change throughout the years, it has also maintained it charming small-town atmosphere and deeply-rooted community pride.
Residents of Vienna enjoy a long list of impressive amenities including a dynamic downtown boasting many local businesses offering exclusive items and services. Residents and visitors alike travel to downtown Vienna to enjoy the excitement and charm of Maple Avenue’s many boutiques and specialty shops. On the rare occasion when they aren’t able to find what they were looking for in downtown Vienna, residents can easily travel to Tysons Center, a nearby residential and shopping district.
Buy a home in Vienna and enjoy the year-round community events, as well as its many splendid points of interest. Within the gorgeous tree-lined Vienna Historic District you’ll find Historic Church Street, a wonderful place to stroll along while reveling in the stately architecture of the area’s rich past. Residents of Vienna also enjoy visiting the Freeman House and Museum, which was originally built in 1859, and the picturesque Centennial Park.
In addition to these wonderful features, Vienna also boasts an excellent location just fifteen miles outside of Washington, D.C. Within Vienna you’ll find a Metro station and numerous parking garages, making travel to, from, and around Vienna a breeze. Other impressive Vienna amenities include highly ranked public schools with students served by the Fairfax County Public School System. Vienna is home to six elementary schools, two middle schools and Madison High and Oakton High schools. So regardless of what prospective homebuyers are looking for in a new hometown, they are likely to find it in Vienna.
Homes for sale in Vienna come in a myriad of styles, ages, sizes and therefore have a broad price range. While there are sometimes exceptions, typically condos in Vienna top out around $937,300 and have an average listing price around $368,000. Townhomes in Vienna usually have listing prices under $1.2 million, with the average listing price for a Vienna townhouse being near $622,700. Single family homes make up the majority of Vienna real estate options and have an average listing price around $1.1 million and a maximum listing price around $4 million. Buy a home here and Vienna residents will happily welcome you into the community and make sure you feel at home.
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