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Mc Lean snapshot
Demographic highlights
Per-capita income:$87,396
Population density:2,601 per square mile
Median household income:$170,933
Total population:48,115 people
Median age:45 years old
Square miles:18.49 square miles
Percent renters:11%
Market highlights
Median rent:$2,490
Median rent, monthly change:1.80%
About Mc lean
McLean is a densely populated, primarily residential suburban community found right outside of Washington, DC. McLean has a total of population of 38,929 according to the 2000 census.

Living in McLean, VA

While several companies, including Mars Corporation, USA Today and Freddie Mac are headquartered there, McLean is primarily known for its upscale housing communities. With McLean's close proximity to Tysons Corner it is also a great place for upscale shopping. Most of the dining, outside of Washington D.C., can be found at Tysons Corner as well.

Transportation into Washington D.C. is easy by car, but McLean also has Metro access on the Orange and Blue lines at the East Falls Church Metro Station. Residents of McLean can easily go elsewhere as well, as it is conveniently located near major highways such as I-495.

For those considering McLean as a place to live and raise children, the public schooling system in McLean is one of the best in the country. McLean residents have the unique opportunity of attending Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology which is the #1 public high school in America according to US News and World Report. The other local high schools both rank in the top 100 in America with McLean High School being ranked slightly higher than Langley High School. McLean also is nearby to a plethora of private schools in the area that are also renown for their high education standards.

Interesting fact about McLean, VA

McLean, VA is home to many notable residents such as General Colin Powell, Former Vice-President Dick Cheney and Senator Ted Kennedy.