Evans Farm: McLean Luxury and Convenience
High-powered Washingtonians adore the sense of history and close-in location of the upscale community of Evans Farm in McLean, Virginia. The gated luxury community features 143 residences including single-family homes, townhomes and condos. The convenient location of Evans Farm is matched by its close proximity to Tyson’s Corner and downtown Washington. Inside the Beltway between Dolly Madison Boulevard and Chain Bridge Road, and close to the George Washington Parkway and the Potomac River. Evans Farm is close to shopping and dining in downtown McLean. Outside commuting hours, DC is an easy 20-minute drive. The new Silver Line Metro Station is a mile away.
The exceptional design has garnered awards and recognition, and nicely incorporates the preservation of plentiful trees. The historic fixtures of the community include the Millhouse, the Stonehouse, a farm pond, and the beautiful parks spread throughout the neighborhood are gathering places for residents. The warm and inviting Evans Farm looks like a small French village with its winding narrow streets and brick courtyards. The Belvedere and Rosewell house designs showcase award-winning architectural design. Formerly, the Evans Farm Inn was a farm that belonged to one family and was widely known as a popular local attraction that turned into a beloved family-run restaurant, shops and petting zoo. Charming brick pedestrian walkways wind throughout the community. A stone mill with a wooden wheel sits beside a quiet lake. Lush mature trees provide shade for the narrow, hilly streets. The stone accent walls lend Evans Farm a charming historic touch. They are all part of the 24-acre property’s former life as a farm and restaurant.
The townhouses and condos are spacious and airy. Single-family homes have their own luxurious details and spacious rooms. Many homes have a theater in the basement, and tall ceilings, crown moldings and an optional elevator. The Homeowners Association hosts regular social gatherings, such as progressive dinners, Friday afternoon happy hours at the community clubhouse, and a book club. Exterior maintenance is taken care of the by the homeowners association.