Vienna Real Estate Information

Bordered on each side by Dunn Long and Oakton, the city of Vienna and its over 14,000 residents enjoy quality living in one of America’s most coveted communities. According to CNN and Money Magazine, Vienna ranks at number four on the hunded best places to live in the nation. The excellent local public schools, quaint downtown filled with a multitude of small businesses, and historic past make Vienna such a great place for individuals and families alike. Additionally, Vienna serves as the western terminus of Washington Metrorail’s Orange line and offers a fast way of getting into the city center in no time. An affordable parking garage that is located at the station helps drivers avoid expensive parking fees and waits in traffic by parking and riding. For those who choose to drive, the I-66 runs just to the south of Vienna and provides an essential link to the downtown Washington, DC area.

Movies at the Beach, Family Skate Night, and the Vienna Farmer’s Market are popular community events that come around many times a year. A slew of other family-oriented events are also planned by Vienna’s community annually. Nottoway Park, South Side Park, North Side Park, Wolf Trap Stream Park, Raglan Road Plaza, Town Park, Glyndon Park, and Freedom Hill Park all see involvement in this extensive recreation program. The Westwood Country Club is also a popular weekend hangout. A number of other exercise programs are also hosted at a number of the parks.

One of Vienna’s most valued attractions is the Meadowlark Botanical Gardens that is cared for by local botanists and includes several varieties of endangered plant species. The unique Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts attracts visitors from across Fairfax County and Virginia. Because Vienna doesn’t have a number of commercial areas itself, Pike 7 Plaza, Tysons Corner Center, and Tysons Galleria are popular shopping outlets northeast of the city.

As mentioned earlier, Vienna is lucky to have one of the best school systems in the nation. Comprised of six elementary schools, two middle schools, and two high schools, Vienna’s students can experience award-winning music programs, pride-filled athletic programs, and a top-notch academic curriculum.