Tysons, VA

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Tysons Corner, with its wide variety of high-end shops and restaurants, is a popular destination for those in Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C. looking to treat themselves to a day of serious retail therapy.

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What You Should Know about Living in Tysons VA

Tysons is a suburb of Washington, D.C. located in Fairfax County. It is hailed as one of the best areas to live in Virginia. Most residents rent their homes and many young professionals live here. Tysons was just a modest rural crossroads and has grown exponentially as the business hub of Fairfax County. 

If you are planning to live in Tysons, Here are some things you need to know first. 

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5 Things You Should Know about Living in Tysons VA 

NEIGHBORHOOD

Tysons is a versatile neighborhood. The locals love to shop at Tysons Corner Center Mall. Tourists from all over come to shop and enjoy dining at the restaurants inside the mall. Traffic would get heavy on weekdays because workers need to commute here. It won't take that long before more people move out. The area is becoming its metropolis quicker every day. Tysons is a perfect place for someone wanting to work and live in one place. 

HOUSING

The housing market in Tysons is competitive. Some homes would even get multiple offers. An average house would sell for about 1% lower its list price and would go pending in an average of 48 days. Competitive Homes can sell around their list price and would be pending for only 16 days on average. 

SCHOOLS

Tysons, VA is served by the Fairfax County Public schools and spends around $14,978 per student. The ratio of student-teacher is 13 pupils per teacher. There are 402 students per librarian and 324 students per counselor. 

COMMUTE TIME

The majority of residents in Tysons are car-dependent, and only about 12% uses mass transit. Less than 10% work at home and another 10% do carpool. The average one-way commute takes about 29.7 minutes. The commute time in Tysons is longer than the US average which is at 26.4 minutes. Tysons is also home to four Metro stations—Greensboro, McLean, Spring Hill, and Tysons Corner. These stations provide fare-free transport to Maryla and DC. 

THINGS TO DO 

It is home to Virginia's largest shopping mall 'Tysons Corner Shopping Center. You can also find in Tysons the Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts. If you are thinking of a weekend family getaway, the Great Falls Park is there to visit. Tysons Corner is a favorite spot of meeting planners This is due to the abundant meeting space in hotels and unique venues. All this, plus easy access to the best attractions in Fairfax County makes Tysons Corner best for both business and leisure. 

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