This prestigious suburb about 20 miles southwest of Washington, DC is a place where neighbors root for one another’s kids at little-league games—even if they sneak away for a work call—and carpool to four top public elementary schools. McLean began to develop as an affluent suburb when the CIA moved there in the ’60s. The area, known for its woodsy parks, quiet street, and world-class restaurants an shopping satisfies families searching for stately older homes and new-builds alike.
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