10 Most Expensive McLean Neighborhoods 2017
Tucked into an affluent corner of Fairfax County, these areas had the priciest homes last year.
Long a stomping ground for politicians, diplomats, high-ranking government officials and business moguls, McLean is known as one of the more well-heeled suburbs outside of Washington, D.C., and real estate sales confirm it. Which of its neighborhoods commanded top dollar for homes sold in 2016? Our findings are drawn from this 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 during the past five years. The list excludes condo buildings. Here are the Top 10.
Data and photos provided by Bright MLS (formerly MRIS). Listings should be independently verified.
#10 River Oaks
Average Sale Price: $1,453,617
Located near Interstate 495 and Scott’s Run Nature Preserve, the neighborhood is a mix of new houses and older homes from the 1950s. Some overlook the Potomac River.