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OVERVIEW FOR VIENNA, MD

1,001 people live in Vienna, where the median age is 47.6 and the average individual income is $27,387. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.

1,001
TOTAL POPULATION

47.6 YEARS
MEDIAN AGE

MEDIUM
POPULATION DENSITY

$27,387
AVERAGE INDIVIDUAL INCOME

WELCOME TO VIENNA

Charming, all-encompassing suburban neighborhoods with historic roots

Nestled in Fairfax County, Vienna is a quaint and delightful town. This inland community is located about six miles west of McLean, 11.5 miles west of Arlington, and 17 miles west of Washington D.C. All-encompassing and peaceful, the vibe of this suburban community can accurately be described as cozy. Locals enjoy living near top-rated schools, excellent restaurants, immaculately-maintained parks, and a host of additional conveniences.

Homes in Vienna range from modest to palatial, all providing ample square footage and land. Residential roads are undisturbed and quiet, making this a perfect spot for families of all sizes. Thanks to its surroundings, this town has a secluded and private feel that all residents enjoy.

WHAT TO LOVE

  • Suburban and community-centric
  • Westwood Country Club
  • Peaceful, quiet neighborhoods
  • Top-rated public schools
  • Freeman Store & Museum

LOCAL LIFESTYLE

Upon relocating to Vienna, new residents receive immediate access to a wide array of conveniences and amenities. Spend your days unwinding at local parks, visiting historic sites, or simply walking through your own neighborhood. This calm suburb also boasts highly-rated elementary schools, a country club, and nearby shopping.

DINING, ENTERTAINMENT & SHOPPING

Head to Maple Avenue to find the bulk of the area’s restaurants and stores. Along (and just off of) this road, you’ll uncover an outstanding selection of top establishments.

Planning to dine out? While on Maple Avenue, peruse the menu offerings at local favorites such as Sushi Yoshi, Maru Korean Cuisine & Sushi, Taco Bamba, Vienna Inn, Bear Branch Tavern, and Blend 111.

On this same street, you can effortlessly complete everything on your to-do list. Shop at favorite stores such as Whole Foods Market, The Fresh Market, Giant Food, Wawa, and Bards Alley Bookshop.

THINGS TO DO

Adding to its appeal and charm, Vienna overflows with attractions, parks, and other fun things to do and see. Both the new and historic can be experienced while living in this picturesque town.

One top highlight is the Freeman Store & Museum. Originally serving as a general store in 1859, this building has been preserved as a historic site. Visitors can purchase one-of-a-kind items from the gift shop, explore the used book cellar, and learn about what life was like long ago.

Outdoor enthusiasts have plenty of places to enjoy nature when living in Vienna. Practice your favorite sport or an outdoor activity at Cunningham Park, Westwood Country Club, Meadow Lane Park, Wildwood Park, and Peterson Lane Park.

SCHOOLS

Vienna public schools are highly regarded by local parents. The area is especially known for its excellent elementary schools.
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  • Colvin Run Elementary, Pre-kindergarten through 6th grade
  • Wolftrap Elementary, Pre-kindergarten through 6th grade
  • Westbriar Elementary, Pre-kindergarten through 6th grade

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