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McLean, VA, known locally as the town with many luxury homes, is about 25 minutes outside of Washington D.C. With G. W. Parkway conveniently located in the town, residents can get into D.C and Georgetown without any hassle. Local residents in the area have access to many sights, attractions, and great restaurants because of McLean's proximity to D.C. and neighboring Northern Virginia cities. The beauty about McLean is its accessibility to many beautiful parks. A few popular parks in the area are: Great Falls Park, Rock Creek, Scott's Run Nature Preserve, Capital Crescent Trail, and Turkey Run Park. New apartment renters also have the opportunity to shop in one of the largest and most popular malls in the country, Tysons Corner Center. Right across from Tysons Corner Center is Tysons Galleria, for those who prefer a luxurious lifestyle. In addition to great sights and shopping options, there are also great eateries in the area. New residents of McLean can enjoy a great meal at McLean Family Restaurant, Tachibana Japanese Restaurant, Kazan Restaurant, J. Gilbert's, Miyagi Restaurant, Cafe Oggi, Evo Bistro, Esaan Thai Restaurant, 7 Spice Fine Indian Cuisine, Lei'd, and Teas'n You. Local residents in the area also get to enjoy the annual Mclean Day Fair in May and Oktoberfest in the Fall. The cost of living in McLean is 88% higher than the Virginia average and 104% higher than the national average. The median income in McLean is $186,962 and the median rent value is $3,825. The average school test scores in McLean are 92% higher than the national average and 97.7% of students in McLean have completed high school. (Renter Statistics Source: www.livability.com and www.areavibes.com)