The City of Falls Church, Virginia represents an entirely independent city in the Washington D.C. metro area. Also referred to as Falls Church City, it exhibits a positive economic climate for both business and residential interests. It also exhibits steady growth in a diverse population of about 12,000 plus, keeping the market for City of Falls Church homes for sale quite active. At any given time, a variety of homes for sale can be found available to suit every age group and nearly every buyer type.
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Areas known as East Falls Church and West Falls Church should not be confused with Falls Church City, as they are separate areas outside the city. Within the city, itself though, many remnants of a Victorian society add definitive historic character to its environment. City of Falls Church VA real estate features numerous neighborhoods, each with unique residential and community amenities in the historic ambiance. A mix-use profile ensures that residents have easy, pleasant access to restaurants, shops, arts and cultural hubs. Getting around to other areas in the D.C. metro area is also a breeze.
City of Falls Church homes for sale may appear in what are called urban villages, for those interested in the community. Such village are popular features in Northern Virginia real estate. They appear in other communities, such as Arlington. Available homes can be found in a variety of property types. They range from cozy bungalows, condos and townhomes, to luxury homes with impeccably kept, generous lots and everything in between. Pricing ranges from about $300k to $1 million plus. Styles and floor plans vary nicely to suit nearly anyone’s fancy across the spectrum of vintage, established and new homes for sale.
Falls Church City has schools that are nationally ranked. Their reputation adds big appeal to Falls Church VA real estate for families with children. Also appealing to families, Falls Church City hosts numerous community activities designed to enrich life and engender a close-knit, welcoming atmosphere.
The city’s name was derived from an 18th century Anglican parish, The Falls Church. Interestingly, in the mid 19th century, the city was incorporated as an independent city with county-level governance of its own, while it once had township status within Fairfax County. The 2.2 square miles of boundary and City of Falls Church VA real estate do not extend beyond Hillwood Avenue and Wilson Blvd. southward. Northward it peeks at Virginia Tech Northern Virginia Center. Its eastward boundary falls a bit short of the main route, 66. Westward, it does not extend beyond Abbott Ln. City of Falls Church homes for sale appear amid a close knit, historic setting with numerous parks, well-planned neighborhoods and family-friendly environs. Find out more. Get connected with Falls Church City, expert advice and real estate service.
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