Saturday, July 21, 2007

Vienna, Virginia Named Top 100 Best Places to Live According to Money Magazine

This month Vienna, VA was listed in the top 100 best places to live across the U.S. They ranked the city number #70 and the city description on Money Magazine's site was:

Population: 15,300
Median home price (2006): $664,270
Average property taxes (2006): $5,636

A small town with brick sidewalks, old fashioned streetlights and a town green, Vienna stands in stark contrast to the corporate and retail beehive of Tysons Corner just a couple minutes away. All that charm and proximity to high-paying jobs has made it a pricey place to live, but for many employees of Northrop Grumman, Bechtel and other government contractors with operations in and around the nation's capital, it's one of the most desirable little towns to settle down in. -A.F.

The article can be seen here.

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