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Falls Church is a small but gorgeous city, home to slightly more than 13,000 people. Falls Church has been a part of the American fabric for as long as there have been settlers here. The history of Falls Church Stretches back to the late 1600’s, though the city boundaries have changed somewhat over the years. Today Falls Church encompasses Falls Church proper. Over time parts of 7 corners and East Falls Church have technically separated from the city district but are still widely considered part of the Falls Church area. The city is located less than 10 miles away to downtown Washington DC if you are traveling by car.
Falls Church is named after the famous Anglican church of the same name that was built in the 1700’s. The Church still stands today and is a popular tourist attraction. The heritage of Falls Church itself dates back to the 16th century, and the small city has seen it fair share of history over the years as it has been through every single war that America has been in, even pre-dating the Revolutionary War when America became an independent nation. That being said there are many fantastic historic sites and brilliant displays of genteel architecture that are located in and around Falls Church:
Falls Church is populated by many white collar workers who are highly educated, family oriented and who like the easy access and commuting options that the city has to offer. Its proximity to the downtown DC area makes it an easy commute to the Capital District. As the center of the city consists of a popular crossroads, Falls Church offers easy access to basically anywhere in the Suburban DC corridor. The school systems, part of Fairfax County School systems, are fantastic. Mass transit options are plentiful. There are many nearby accessible state and Federal highways accessible, including:
Falls Church consists of an erudite and pleasant citizenship, which helps the property value appreciate. The property value ranks as some of the highest priced in the nation, and for good reason. Here are a number of key statistics that illustrate the nature and character of the citizens that populate Falls Church:
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