Neighborhood Spotlight: Vienna Woods in Vienna VA

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With more than 1,400 homes, Vienna Woods is one of the largest & most mature neighborhoods in Vienna, VA. Vienna Woods is spread throughout Southwest Vienna where most of the original homes in the neighborhood were built in the 50’s and 60’s . Since then, the scarcity of land and the popularity of the location have meant that many of those homes have been torn down and new custom homes built. This started happening slowly in the 80’s and continues today. You’ll see all kinds of homes in Vienna Woods – from tiny little ramblers to charming Craftsman style houses & standard colonials.

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The neighborhood includes multiple parks, as well as several private clubs, and options for recreation abound. You’ll find Meadow Lane Park in one corner and Southside Park at the opposite end. Cunningham Park rounds out the three parks. The parks provide playgrounds, tot lots, sports fields, basketball, volleyball, picnic areas and even tennis courts. Two private clubs are also in Vienna Woods – Vienna Aquatic Club (known as VAC) and Vienna Woods Swim & Tennis Club. Both clubs are very popular, but they have their own distinct personalities. VAC is a little more intimate in size, and not quite as active as Vienna Woods. Vienna Woods is larger, and in addition to the pool activities that VAC has, there are also tennis courts. Vienna Woods usually has a LONG waiting list to join, but rental memberships are sometimes available for new residents.

Convenience is a definite benefit of living in Vienna Woods. Many residents walk to the Vienna Metro and find easy commuting access to locations in Washington DC and all over Northern VA. And since Vienna Woods is in the heart of the Town of Vienna, you have access to every amenity, including top notch restaurants, grocery stores, entertainment and more.

Vienna Woods is in the Madison High School pyramid and younger students attend Marshall Road Elementary and Thoreau Middle School.

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To give you an idea of home prices in Vienna Woods, here’s what’s happened in 2016:

  • 70 homes sold
  • Prices ranged from $525,000 to $1,478,000.
  • The average price was $800,237
  • Average days on market was 70 days. (Note: average days for lower priced homes was much less.)

Here’s a summary for 2015:

  • 68 homes sold
  • Prices ranged from $500,000 to $1,542,333.
  • The average price was $819,048.
  • Average days on market was 78 days. (Note: average days for lower priced homes was much less.)

Here’s a summary for 2014:

  • 74 homes sold
  • Prices ranged from $500,000 to $1,542,333.
  • The average price was $900,541.
  • Average days on market was 76 days. (Note: average days for lower priced homes was much less.)

Here’s a summary for 2013:

  • 71 homes sold
  • Prices ranged from $425,000 to $1,411,515.
  • The average price was $886,836.
  • Average days on market was 88 days. (Note: average days for lower priced homes was much less.)

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