The community of East Falls Church is located in the western corner of Arlington County, directly bordering the City of Falls Church. East Falls Church was developed during the mid 20th century to meet the needs of a growing suburban population. Mature trees, rolling hills and wide avenues define the community’s environment.
Quality of Life:
East Falls Church is a very pedestrian friendly area, with many local residents walking to and from the metro to commute into DC. Houses are modern and many have had additions built on to them. There are several nearby parks and open fields at local public schools.
The Arlington County Board recently adopted a development plan for East Falls Church to "eventually replace the existing commuter surface parking lot and other underutilized properties with a mixed-use neighborhood center, new open space and better transit and pedestrian access." This plan was adopted after a multi-year public process with a task force made up of local civic association leaders and business members.
East Falls Church Metro Station is on the Orange Line. I-66 is also nearby for quick access to City of Falls Church, Route 7 and the Beltway.
Ronald Reagan National Airport: < 15 miles.
Washington Dulles International Airport: < 20 miles.
Baltimore Washington International Airport: < 50 miles.