Great Falls is a residential town in Virginia. It lies in the Piedmont area on the right bank of the Potomac River. The Great Falls of the Potomac River, the community's namesake, are on the east side of the town. As a suburb of Washington, D.C., Great Falls is a part of both the Washington Metropolitan Area and the larger Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area. It is bordered by other Northern Virginia suburbs in the south, west, and east but is bordered by Maryland to the north.
One major attraction in the area is the Great Falls Park which overlooks the Great Falls of the Potomac River, for which the community and the park are named. River Bend County Park is another gathering area in Great Falls, as is the Village Green, which hosts community celebrations around Easter (Spring Festival, including an Egg Hunt), Fourth of July, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas (Tree Lighting), as well as concerts in the summer.
There are many popular dining options. The Old Brogue Irish Pub has been serving traditional Irish fare to locals and visitors for many years. There is also the high-priced L’Auberge Chez Francois, serving award-winning lunch and dinner with a French country feel. You can drive to either Reston Town Center or Tyson’s Corner Center for more upscale shopping and dining opportunities. The Swede Team would love to telp you find or sell a home in this neighborhood. If so, don’t hesitate to call or email Howard for more information.
There are many neighborhoods and new constructions in this town that include
Autumn Wood - Autumn Wood is an expansive neighborhood in Great Falls. When it comes to Autumn Wood, extravagant homes and proper location are everything.
Grovemont - Built in 2007, The neighborhood of Grovemont in Great Falls, VA features sprawling estates. With Grovemont, private estate living and easily commutable routes are key to living in this community.
Meadows at Great Falls - Based near Georgetown Pike, The Meadows at Great Falls is a gorgeous new construction residential setting that has won awards. When it comes to Great Falls, this new construction neighborhood portrays seclusion, location, and luxury homes.
Seneca - The large community of Seneca in Great Falls, VA features nine different neighborhoods. When it comes to this expansive neighborhood, you’ll have plenty of choices to live with plenty of attractions nearby.
There are smaller neighborhoods such as the construction neighborhood of Summer Creek, Lake Windermere, Lexington Estates, Fox Run, Green Acres, Grovemont, Timber Pointe, Colvin Mill Run, and Cornwell Farm