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Welcome To

Falls Church

Located just a bit west of Washington D.C. lies one of the state’s most desirable communities.

Welcome to Falls Church

Idyllic suburban lifestyle just outside Washington D.C.
Located just a bit west of Washington D.C. lies one of the state’s most desirable communities. Falls Church might only take up 2.2 square miles, but this “little city” has become one of the most desirable neighborhoods around. Offering residents the perfect blend of suburban tranquility and the convenience of a big city, this one-of-a-kind community is attracting new neighbors from far and wide. 

After gaining township in 1875, the town has played an important role throughout American history. Both George Washington and George Mason served as vestrymen in the community’s early years, and later, the Confederate army took up residence during the civil war, making use of its amazing views of Washington D.C. 

Nowadays, the community is known for its picturesque scenery, small-town charms, and numerous outdoor recreational areas, making it the perfect location for young professionals and families.

What to Love

  • Minutes from Central D.C.    
  • Beautiful scenery     
  • Numerous green spaces  
  • Dedication to the preservation of the town’s history


There is a distinct appreciation for living a healthy lifestyle within the neighborhood. As a result, there are numerous parks and walking trails throughout the community and a variety of exercise studios and outdoor recreational areas. Residents are also known for being very welcoming and community-oriented, with the town regularly holding annual events to bring everyone together.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

The dining scene in Falls Church is one of the best around, with numerous outstanding restaurants within easy walking distance. Northside Social is one of the most popular bakery-cafes in town, serving up delectable egg sandwiches, salads, homemade soups, and more. Of course, make sure you swing by their pastry section before you leave to grab some goodies for the road. 

Ireland’s Four Provinces is another local favorite. This fun and friendly eatery ensure’s guests experience the genuine warmth and hospitality of Ireland every time they walk through the doors. Their menu includes dishes such as potato and leek soup, Irish sausage rolls, cottage pie, and corned beef and cabbage. 

When residents are looking for something a little lighter, they can always head over to Takumi Sushi Bar. Serving only the freshest fish possible, this Japanese restaurant keeps things as simple as they can to let their ingredients shine. 

For special occasions, residents can’t beat an evening out at 2941 Restaurant. This New American fine dining experience offers guests a choice of prix fixe and chefs tasting menus and is widely considered one of the best restaurants in the Washington D.C. area.

Things to Do

The community’s proximity to D.C. means there is no shortage of things for Falls Church residents to do during their free time. However, even if they don’t feel like making the short drive into the city, there’s plenty to do right in town. 

The Falls Church Farmers Market is one of the most popular weekend destinations for residents. Offering some of the highest quality local produce and goods, residents can buy directly from the producers and help support local agriculture and tradition. There are also numerous boutiques and family-run shops right in town, which locals make every effort to support. 

Cherry Hill Park is a great place to spend the afternoon with the family. Not only does it offer a picturesque green area to relax in, but the park also has a horseshoe court, basketball court, tennis courts, volleyball area, and grills for residents to have picnics. The community's annual Summer Concert Series is also held in this park, allowing visitors to enjoy some fun local music.

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