McLean (pronounced “mick-CLANE”), has gone from being a sleepy suburb to a status symbol in the heart Northern Virginia. McLean’s vibrant business community make it one of the fastest growing suburban towns in the country. Residents of McLean enjoy the close proximity to Washington DC and the area’s two favorite upscale shopping malls: Tysons Corner and Tysons Galleria. Both malls feature high-end brand names and fine dining.Just as the malls are at the upper echelon, so are the homes. The medial list price of a single family home in McLean is $1.6 million. Residents of McLean rub elbows with diplomats, congressmen, executives and government officials. Despite the who’s who list of residents, McLean has maintained a small town charm. You’ll find mom & pop wine shops, organic butchers, gourmet food shops, home made ice cream and local florists.
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