McLean Housing Overview

The homes of McLean reflect its tradition of steady growth and progress over four centuries.

Various designs representing individual homeowner tastes are proudly displayed. Wonderful homes nestled within quiet, friendly neighborhoods of clean streets offer the best in suburban living. Homebuyers can choose from newer single-family residences, elegant condominiums and townhouses, and stately dwellings in a wide range of prices.

Many residents who commute to work in Washington, D.C. and elsewhere in the area, take advantage of McLean’s small-town ambiance and enjoy comfortable yet active lifestyles in McLean’s pleasant neighborhoods.

According to the 2000 census, McLean had 14,374 households and a population of 38,929, with a median family income of $137,610. More recent estimates by Forbes magazine and other surveys estimate McLean’s households to be a little over 16,000 with a median family income of more than $195,000.

What was once a huge farming community now contains some of the most desirable residential neighborhoods in Northern Virginia. McLean’s housing options range from older single family homes built in the 40s, 50s and 60s, to townhouses and condominiums built over the past 40 years, to new multi-million dollar mansions. McLean’s homes truly reflect the community’s diversity.

For those who enjoy condo living, there is something available for all budgets. You can find older, 600 sq.f. studio condos starting from the $200s, two and three bedroom 1,200-1,600 sq.f. units ranging from $300k to $600k, as well as newer luxury 2 and 3 bedroom 1,500-2,000+ sq.f. condos selling for well over a million dollars.

If you need more living space but a small yard, McLean offers multiple townhouse options. One can find simple and cozy 2,000 sq.f. townhomes built in the 70s starting from the mid-$500s, larger and newer townhomes, built in the 80s in the $700-$900s, as well as newer luxurious townhouses selling for over a million dollars.

Variety in prices and styles is even more prevalent in McLean’s single family homes. From older homes, starting in the low $600s, to newer mansions in the multi-million dollar range, and everything in between, McLean offers many types of single family residences to fit most budgets. Quarter acre and multi-acre lots, colonial, contemporary, split foyer and ramblers can all be found in McLean.

McLean’s central location, its proximity to Washington, D.C., Dulles Airport & Reagan National Airport, as well as the many companies located in the Tysons Corner area, make McLean a very desirable and convenient community to live in.