The tight-knit community of Salona Village offers the feel of a small town, with parks, natural areas, shopping, and dining in a walkable setting. Perhaps unusual of a place with few sidewalks, most neighborhood streets in Salona Village are nearly void of cars, meaning its common to see neighbors out getting some exercise or walking their dogs on community streets.
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Salona Village Homes
As for the homes of Salona Village, you’ll find a range of architectural styles throughout the community. Most of the single-family homes were built between the early 1950s to early 1960s, meaning these days you’ll likely find some Colonials, ramblers, and split-level homes.
Some of the newer, infill homes in the community are modern farmhouses or brick homes. Most homes are multi-level layouts with large lots. Homes tend to be on the larger side in Salona Village too, as it’s not uncommon to find four- to seven-bedrooms and several baths.
In all, there are around 200 single-family homes in Salona Village, many of which are surrounded by mature landscaping. This upscale neighborhood offers residents convenient access to what they want and need close to home, and throughout the rest of the surrounding DC area.
Salona Village Location
Residents can easily walk to Downtown McLean from Salona Village, or even walk their kids to the nearby elementary school. You’ll find some nearby stores, restaurants, and shops for those living in Salona Village to choose from, as well as some nearby greenspace to enjoy for outdoor fun and recreation.
The places neighbors can’t easily walk to aren’t too far away either, as there are several nearby bus stops close to the homes of Salona Villa, plus the location is also close to Tysons Corner and only about a half hour from DC. Staying close to home, neighbors are also known to get together for gatherings around the holidays, and for a summertime block party.