Because of Virginia’s unique political geography, a portion of what’s known as Falls Church is located in Fairfax County. It is not part of the independent township of Falls Church City. Therefore, children attend Fairfax County schools instead o those in Falls Church city. Real estate in Falls Church is similar, with a predominance of detached single-family homes in a variety of architectural styles. Many were constructed in the mid-century when a housing boom in the D.C. metro area started during and after WWII. Owning a home in Falls Church is great for commuters who can live near a metro station or drive into downtown D.C. Learn more about properties for sale in Falls Church below.
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