10 Most Expensive Falls Church Neighborhoods
These areas commanded top dollar for homes.
With its small-town vibe and walkable town center, Falls Church is a popular choice for homebuyers who want high-performing schools and proximity to Washington, D.C. And plenty of buyers are paying a premium for homes in The Little City and its surrounding areas. The findings below are drawn from a chart showing the average sales price and other real estate metrics in more than 300 area neighborhoods, which first ran in the March/April 2017 issue of Arlington Magazine.
To be included, a neighborhood had to have had at least 15 total sales over a five-year period. The list below excludes apartments and condo buildings. Here are the Top 10.
Data and photos provided by Bright MLS (formerly MRIS). Listings should be independently verified.
Average Sale Price: $938,750
This neighborhood of mostly Colonial houses has large trees and less traffic than other neighborhoods because there are no cut-through streets.