Covering just over four square miles of land, Vienna has about 41 inches of rain per year. This makes it easy to enjoy outdoor attractions and events. For example, the annual Walk on the Hill spring garden tour is held the last Sunday afternoon in April in the Windover Heights historic district. The Freeman House, located at the corner of Mill and Church streets, has served as a Civil War hospital, a Post Office, a fire department, a railroad station and a residence. Today, it is used as a museum and an old-fashioned General Store.

According to the Washington Post, the average price of a home in historic Vienna, Virginia is $565,665. This equates to about $308 per square foot. Homes spend a median of 14 days on the market here, which is broken down into three zip codes. Located in the northeastern portion of Fairfax County, Vienna is well connected to Northern Virginia and Washington, DC.

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