Today, in our continuing series on “Why Live In…,” we explore Oakton, Virginia.
Oakton is a residential suburban area where people enjoy the wooded feel, rolling hills, and the access to many creeks, natural parks and even the W&OD trail for biking or walking. Oakton is conveniently located within Fairfax County. People who live on the south-east end can walk to the Orange Metro line, Vienna, which goes into Washington, D.C.. For anyone driving to work in the city, there is easy access to the famous Route 66, which is the most direct way to get into Washington D.C.. Oakton is close to Reston, Vienna, and Tysons Corner- all great locations for working, shopping, and having fun. Oakton is a few miles away from one of the largest malls in Tysons Corner.
"Money magazine ranked Oakton #36 out of 100 in its article “Best Places to Live: Money’s list of America’s best small towns.” Although Oakton does not exactly fit the definition of a small town, it is a great place to live. It is rich in equestrian and farming history and that can still be seen apparent along the winding, rolling roads through the wooded neighborhoods. Many lots still exist that accommodate horses and small farms. The large lots, mature trees, close proximity to parks, schools, shopping and easy access to Washington, D.C. has kept Oakton high on the list of many home buyers" says,Karen Sparks of Keller Williams Realty.
Here are a few quick highlights:
- Estimated Population: 34,000
- Estimated Median Household Income: $120,000
- Estimated Home Value: $720,000
- Unemployment Rate: 3.6%
There are several great schools and amazing homes in Oakton, Virginia. Two of the schools in Oakton have received Cruvita Medals of Excellence at the national level, which you can see by clicking here, or you can see their position on a map by clicking here.
Interested in the available homes in Oakton, Virginia? You can click here to see homes for sale and for rent in the area or you can contact one of our Cruvita Home Sales Experts such as, Karen Sparks at email@example.com or 703-401-5906.
What do you think about Oakton, Virginia? Would you buy a home and raise your family here?