Homes in Vienna, Virginia come in a wide range of choices. A good thing is that homes are available in many price ranges and styles, from condos to unique luxury homes.
Although part of Fairfax County, the Town of Vienna has an elected Mayor and Town Council. Residents enjoy town services such as trash and recycling pick-up, curbside leaf pick-up, and a professional police department.
Residents in the Town (zip code 22180) pay an additional property tax to cover these services. Located along Route 123, known as Maple Avenue in Vienna, you will find a Fairfax County library, the Vienna Town Green, Glyndon Park, Waters Field, a Saturday morning Farmers’ Market, a terrific restaurant scene, and everyday shopping including a Whole Foods Market.
The 42 mile Washington and Old Dominion (W&OD) bike trail park passes through the middle of town, and there are annual events including a Memorial Day carnival, Oktoberfest and Town Halloween Parade.
Vienna is a good location for commuters into DC. The Vienna Metro Station and Dunn Loring Metro Station are on the south side of the mailing address and easy access for anyone working in Washington D.C. The new Silver Line Metro started provides service to the Northeast side of town. Fairfax Connector Bus 432 provides convenient rush-hour-only service to the new Spring Hill Metro Station in Tysons.
People working in Tysons Corner, McLean, Reston or the Dulles Corridor have short commutes. Vienna is also close to INOVA Fairfax Hospital and INOVA Fair Oaks Hospital.
There are three zip codes (22180 is the Town of Vienna). Check out Vienna real estate stats and charts here each month.
Doug Francis has been a licensed real estate agent for 25-years and lives in Vienna. He specializes in Vienna and has clients in all price ranges helping them buy and sell homes, often raising their kids and then moving on to retirement. Ready to Get Started?
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I have lived and worked in Vienna for over twenty-five years. There has been a lot of change as the area has transformed from a sleepy bedroom community of Washington, D.C., to a thriving place where neighbors have fun getting to know each other. And the town has continued to evolve with over 90 house projects underway at any given time, a robust restaurant scene, an active town council, and an established small-town identity apart from the incredible economic development in nearby Tysons and Reston.
Ideally, I enjoy sharing my knowledge and having a few good laughs with clients as we navigate through the Vienna real estate market.
It’s a good place to live, and I’m happy to talk with you about buying or selling homes anytime.
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Frequently Asked Questions – FAQ
Smartphone Apps are the easiest way to get the newest listings. Every real estate App gets the feed from the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) in that specific region. The MLS is the one source for these Apps and relies on MLS Realtor members to add the listing information.
The MLS does have rules for homes listed as “Coming Soon” that prohibits advertising and syndication on your App. I often see Home Builders posts signs in front of new home sites in Vienna and do not add these homes to the MLS.
Many new homes are available on your App. Your Realtor should have a rich knowledge of new homes for sale, and contacts with custom builders who are knowledgeable of the Vienna building codes. Planning to tear down and build a new home in Vienna may take twelve months, and home builders want a project in the permit process before advertising the new home.
If a building permit has been issued, then you should consider a nine-month time frame based on my recent experience. Custom selections need to be made on a set schedule to keep the whole project on schedule. Completion dates are estimates because custom home deliveries are at the whim of weather, suppliers, and Acts of God.