Originally settled by American Colonists in 1754, this residential community on the outskirts of Tysons Corner features a small-town atmosphere, its own central business district and easy access to Washington, D.C. via the Vienna Metro. Home to one of the earliest battles of the Civil War, this community carries with it a rich history that includes Vienna’s first Baptist Church built in 1867 (made with Union Army barracks lumber) and the Patrick Henry Library.
Fast forward several hundred years, downtown Vienna holds all the character and charm of years past, but with all the modern conveniences time has made available. In 2013, Money Magazine named Vienna #3 on its list of Best Places to Live, pointing out its one-of-a-kind homegrown eateries, 45-mile bike path and park, and town green that is host to concerts and local events. A great place to work and live, and not at all cookie-cutter, living in Vienna comes at cost with real estate prices among the highest in the county – but like the old adage says, it’s all about location, location, location!
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