Falls Church State Theater
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    Falls Church

    The City of Falls Church, which locals sometimes call “The Little City” due to its tiny size (2.2 square miles), is named after a historic house of worship built in 1769. After World War II, Falls Church evolved into a commuter haven with convenient access to Routes 66 and 50. The downtown area features a variety of bars, restaurants and local stores, such as Brown’s Hardware, a local institution that started out as a general store back in the 1880s. Eden Center, a shopping and dining area filled with Vietnamese-American businesses, has become another major attraction. The tree-lined streets of Falls Church feature brick ranch houses, condominium units and wooden Cape Cod homes built around or after World War II.


    • Population 14,696
    • Median Home Price $830,000
    • Median Age 39
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    Notable Schools

    • Elementary (PK-5) Mount Daniel (K-2); Oak Street (3-5)
    • Middle (6-8) Mary Ellen Henderson Middle School
    • High (9-12) Meridian High School

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    Explore Homes in Falls Church

    • Lower Market Hampton Ct

      BR 2.0

      BA 1.5

      SQ FT 784

      Built 1948

    • Mid Market Haycock Rd

      BR 3.0

      BA 2.5

      SQ FT 2400

      Built 1956

    • Upper Market Seaton Lane

      BR 4.0

      BA 3.5

      SQ FT 2400

      Reno 2016

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