King's Manor

Imagine the allure of living in the suburbs, but also the convenience of residing just seven lights away from DC. That’s what you’ll find when you take your home search to family friendly Kings Manor in McLean.

Within walking distance of Downtown McLean, Kings Manor was first developed starting in the late 1960s. These days you’ll find nearly 200 townhouses in the neighborhood, as well as some coveted green space.

King's Manor Homes For Sale

King's Manor Homes For Sale January 31, 2023
1
Listed
28
Avg. DOM
$486.46
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,799,900
Med. List Price
1 Property
$1,799,900
Neighborhood: Kings Manor
5
Beds
4F11/2
Baths
3,700
Sq.Ft.
2023
Year Built
29
Days on Site
VAFX2107782
MLS
Last remaining New Wormald/American Signature home on Randolph Road in McLean. Wormald is a privately owned family homebuilder and developer with over 60 years in business and a stellar reputation....

More About King's Manor

King's Manor Location

Convenience, however, is certainly key for many buyers considering buying a townhome in Kings Manor. The residences sit within walking distance of highly rated public schools.

In addition, they’re not too far from the shops and business district of Downtown McLean, DC, or Arlington. As well, McLean Park and McLean Community Center sit merely a short distance away from the neighborhood.

King's Manor Homes

At the same time, living in Kings Manor comes at a more attractive price point than some other surrounding homes and neighborhoods. While many nearby homes are priced in the multi-million-dollar range, it’s not uncommon to find townhomes in Kings Manor that are priced significantly lower than this.

The majority of townhomes in Kings Manor are brick and were built in a similar style, but you will still find some variations across the neighborhood. This helps with the individuality of the private residences.

 Living in King's Manor

Quarterly HOA fees help with road maintenance, snow removal, landscaping, and trash services. Fees have also been used in the past to help maintain the neighborhood park, which features benches, landscaping, basketball, and a playground. There is also some shaded open space available to nearby homeowners in the park.

Neighbors sometimes gather at the park, plus get together for annual traditional like a 4th of July parade and an Easter egg hunt. In addition, some neighbors come together for family-friendly games, movie nights and other traditions.