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For the newcomer, McLean is an unincorporated community located in Fairfax County and includes a small geographic area along Chain Bridge Road in Arlington County. The community is named for John Roll McLean, the former publisher and owner of The Washington Post. According to the 2000 census, the total population was 38,929.
Known for its many upscale homes, McLean also boasts of fine shopping and upscale malls, including Tyson’s Corner Center and Tyson’s Galleria. The restaurant choices are endless, offering cuisine from all corners of the globe, ranging from fine dining to intimate cafes to a quick bite on the run.
McLean is home to diplomats, members of Congress and high-ranking federal government officials given its close proximity to Washington, D.C. These residents can take advantage of McLean’s small-town ambiance while getting a great deal more for their real estate investment. Streams and wooded hiking paths leading to the Potomac River, a new Community Center and library, premiere athletic facilities and an excellent school system are just a few of the amenities that McLean residents enjoy.
Families can enjoy membership in the two private country clubs, which offer golf, swimming, tennis and more. Youth sport organizations offer a variety of choices including McLean Little League Baseball and softball, basketball, rugby, lacrosse, football, cheerleading and track.
Several major companies are headquartered in McLean including Freddie Mac, Mars, Capital One, Gannett, NVR, Bearingpoint, USA Today and Booz Allen Hamilton.
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