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128 Apartments for rent in McLean, VA

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Last updated January 19 at 02:39am
North Central
25 Units Available
Ovation at Park Crest
8231 Crestwood Heights Dr, McLean, VA
Studio
$1,810
605 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,796
854 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,588
1225 sqft
Plush apartments feature stainless steel appliances, private balconies and granite counters. Located minutes away from the Silver Line, it offers easy commute in and out of the neighborhood.
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Last updated January 19 at 02:39am
13 Units Available
Ashby at McLean
1350 Beverly Road, McLean, VA
1 Bedroom
$1,847
768 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,698
1169 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$3,189
1556 sqft
Incredible location within walking distance of shops, restaurants and schools in McLean and one mile from Silver Line. 1-3 bedroom apartments include in-unit laundry and dishwasher. Pet-friendly community features garage, pool, sauna and more.
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Last updated January 19 at 01:21am
North Central
31 Units Available
Post Tysons Corner
1526 Lincoln Cir, McLean, VA
1 Bedroom
$1,646
718 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,906
1016 sqft
Impressive landscaping, complete with fountains and a barbecue area, is one of its highlights. Located close to I-495 and Silver Line metro stations. Furnished apartments feature walk-in closets and fireplaces.
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Last updated January 19 at 04:19am
Tysons East
10 Units Available
The Commons of McLean
1653 Anderson Rd, McLean, VA
1 Bedroom
$1,785
850 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,990
1110 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,470
1400 sqft
Newly renovated one- to four-bedroom homes, some on two levels, furnished and unfurnished. New cabinets, counters, large windows, new flooring, W/D in most. Amenities include pool, playground, basketball and volleyball courts. Near shopping, dining, transit.
Last updated January 19 at 04:09am
1 Unit Available
1221 FORESTVILLE DRIVE
1221 Forestville Drive, McLean, VA
5 Bedrooms
$4,500
2390 sqft
Come see this beautifully maintained home in Great Falls! Features include hardwood floors throughout, gourmet kitchen, 5 bedrooms, separate dining and living room, walkout basement, and a private yard which includes both a patio and a deck.
Last updated January 18 at 08:32pm
1 Unit Available
1718 Great Falls St
1718 Great Falls Street, McLean, VA
5 Bedrooms
$3,900
Remodeled house with a large pool. Contemporary layout. 4 levels split. 5 bedrooms. 3 full baths. Sunroom with skylight. Large deck off kitchen overlooking the newly resurfaced pool. Modern cabinets. No carpet. Hardwood floors and tiles throughout.
Last updated January 18 at 08:32pm
1 Unit Available
1108 Dunaway Dr.
1108 Dunaway Drive, McLean, VA
5 Bedrooms
$4,800
3366 sqft
Stately 5BR Home in sought-after Evermay community + Langley HS District! - Beautiful all-brick 5BR Colonial in sought-after Evermay community! Spacious floorplan with hardwoods throughout*3 wood burning fireplaces*FormalLiving & Dining Rms with
Last updated January 18 at 09:37am
1 Unit Available
1624 N 41st St
1624 41st St N, McLean, VA
4 Bedrooms
$3,450
2400 sqft
AGENTS WELCOME! Available is this 4 Bedroom Home.
Last updated January 19 at 04:09am
1 Unit Available
1328 DOLLEY MADISON BOULEVARD
1328 Dolley Madison Boulevard, McLean, VA
4 Bedrooms
$3,000
1400 sqft
Don't miss this one. Totally upgraded. Hardwood floors on all levels, kitchen with stainless steel appliances and granite counters.Master bedroom has attached half bath. Family bathroom has jacuzzi tub. Fully fenced back yard.
Last updated January 19 at 04:09am
1 Unit Available
1218 KENSINGTON ROAD
1218 Kensington Road, McLean, VA
1 Bedroom
$4,000
1984 sqft
4 Bedrooms
Ask
GOOD NEWS AND BAD NEWS: this beautiful home had just been rented when a couple decided to keep their marriage going and move back in together -- that's the good news for them.
Last updated January 19 at 04:09am
1 Unit Available
1103 DAPPLE GREY COURT
1103 Dapple Grey Court, McLean, VA
6 Bedrooms
$6,500
6402 sqft
Privacy and Luxury Details Embody this Immaculate Home which was Completely Remodeled in 2008. Located in the Heart of Great Falls on Almost 1.5 Acres, the Floor Plan Encompasses 6 Spacious Bedrooms and 6.5 Lavish Bathrooms and over 7000 Square Feet.
Last updated January 19 at 04:09am
1 Unit Available
1469 WAGGAMAN CIRCLE
1469 Waggaman Circle, McLean, VA
6 Bedrooms
$6,900
4308 sqft
*WONDERFUL* 6BR/5BA home in convenient McLean location! Step off the stone Charleston-style front porch and into this gorgeous home featuring living room with stone hearth fireplace, dining room with butler's panty, and eat-in chef~s kitchen with
Last updated January 19 at 04:09am
1 Unit Available
6514 W LANGLEY LANE
6514 West Langley Lane, McLean, VA
5 Bedrooms
$10,500
6234 sqft
The perfect Estate home sited on a lushly landscaped 1+ acre lot w/ private swimming pool and large fully fenced yard in the highly desirable Ballantrae neighborhood, this home is mere minutes downtown Mclean, Washington DC and the Dulles Tech
Last updated January 19 at 04:09am
1 Unit Available
6923 POPPY DRIVE
6923 Poppy Drive, McLean, VA
3 Bedrooms
$4,000
1152 sqft
An upgraded 3BR/2FB/1HB home with hardwood floors on main level. 2 gas fireplaces. Kitchen with SS appliances, granite countertops and a kitchen bar that leads out to the carport. Sep. DR with built-in cabs. LR with high ceilings and gas FP.
Last updated January 19 at 04:09am
1 Unit Available
1304 EARNESTINE STREET
1304 Earnestine Street, McLean, VA
4 Bedrooms
$2,950
2800 sqft
CHARMING HOME IN LANGLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT! BEAUTIFUL HARDWOOD FLOORS THROUGHOUT MAIN LEVEL.** LIVING ROOM W/ BRICK FIREPLACE ** SEPARATE DINING ROOM ** LOWER LEVEL IS COMPLETELY FINISHED W/ 4TH BR, 3RD FULL BATH & LARGE FAMILY ROOM W/ BRICK FIREPLACE.
Last updated January 19 at 04:09am
1 Unit Available
1201 FORESTWOOD DRIVE
1201 Forestwood Drive, McLean, VA
1 Bedroom
$1,649
740 sqft
Light filled apartment in lower level walk-out of brick home on quiet cul-de-sac (southern and eastern exposures).
Last updated January 19 at 04:09am
1 Unit Available
7011 HECTOR ROAD
7011 Hector Road, McLean, VA
4 Bedrooms
$3,600
1724 sqft
2-HOUR Notice Req.
Last updated January 19 at 04:09am
1 Unit Available
1156 KENSINGTON ROAD
1156 Kensington Road, McLean, VA
4 Bedrooms
$3,700
1554 sqft
Beautiful three-level newly renovated brick colonial town house in sought after Kings Manor community, adjacent to downtown McLean! Freshly painted throughout! Main Level features a Living Room, Dining Room, and Kitchen with a Breakfast Area.
Last updated January 19 at 04:09am
1 Unit Available
1382 WOODSIDE DRIVE
1382 Woodside Drive, McLean, VA
5 Bedrooms
$3,800
4080 sqft
OPEN HOUSE 1/12/2020 SUNDAY 1-4 || NEW ADJUSTED PRICE! Owner looking to rent ASAP. Come by this beautiful, SPACIOUS home for immediate occupancy! Master suite includes bath and shower as well as a private closet space on a private level.
Last updated January 19 at 04:09am
1 Unit Available
1870 KIRBY ROAD
1870 Kirby Road, McLean, VA
5 Bedrooms
$5,490
7500 sqft
FANTASTIC 5BR/5.
Last updated January 19 at 04:09am
1 Unit Available
1043 WARBLER PLACE
1043 Warbler Place, McLean, VA
4 Bedrooms
$4,000
2680 sqft
Single family brick home with 4 bedrooms and 3 full baths.Refinished hardwood floors and fresh paint in whole house. Kitchen has been renovated with new Quartz Counter Top, Glass Tile Blacksplash. Kitchen has all stainless steel appliances.
Last updated January 19 at 04:09am
1 Unit Available
1151 RANDOLPH ROAD
1151 Randolph Road, McLean, VA
3 Bedrooms
$3,700
1512 sqft
Bright and Furnished Beautiful colonial town home in sought after quiet neighborhood residential McLean.
Last updated January 19 at 04:09am
1 Unit Available
8746 BROOK ROAD
8746 Brook Road, McLean, VA
6 Bedrooms
$14,950
10800 sqft
Magnificent Mansion was originally built by QUINCY LLC - "McLean's Premier Luxury Home Builder"-09/2019 Total Renovation Top to Bottom. featuring Grande 2 story foyer, a perfect 10. Best Langley HS district.
Last updated January 19 at 04:09am
1 Unit Available
1624 41ST STREET N
1624 41st Street North, McLean, VA
4 Bedrooms
$3,400
2384 sqft
1624 41st Street McLean VA 22101. Available is this 4BR with several different levels. Ready to be called home.
City GuideMcLean
McLean is home to the Central Intelligence Agency and hence is undoubtedly the most suitable spot in the United States to play a game of Risk.

Right near the nation's capital, McLean, Virginia, has a population of 48,115. It's not just a CIA building, although that's one of the most recognized landmarks in town. There are houses, stores, parks and all that stuff too. You know, the stuff a town needs. One of the downsides to living here is that you have to change your phones about once every month, but other than that, it's a pretty sweet spot to call home. That's actually not true about the phones. It's just a joke. To be serious, McLean's location is superb. West of the Potomac, you have easy access to D.C. and plenty of air to breathe, literally. Oxygen levels are actually higher here thanks to CIA technologies. Again, that's a joke. McLean is a good place to tell jokes.

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Moving to McLean

It's not like trying to crack a secret code. The housing market in McLean is much easier to maneuver through than nearby Washington D.C., but it still has some unique aspects that must be studied before searching for a house or apartment rental here. If you don't do your research, you could become puzzled. When you're puzzled, your mind will feel as if all its capabilities have been vacuumed out of it and sent somewhere else. Don't worry. That is truly an empty warning. This won't happen as long as you take time to learn the necessary things. Bear down and learn the information. You can get back to watching "Homeland" soon.

Houses Take the Throne

Prior to your big move, you want to get a good idea of what sort of housing you have here. Houses sit in the president's chair, and nothing will be voting them out anytime soon. One-unit, detached houses account for nearly 84 percent of the units in the city. If you are searching for houses or townhouses for rent in McLean, this is wonderful news. If you are browsing for rental condos or apartments, you may have a little more work cut out for you, but that's no reason not to look. If you decide to go hunting for a house, though, you will discover more options and have less roadblocks.

You Can Always Get What You Want

It's been established that rental houses are easy to find in McLean. Rental apartments aren't so much. If you don't come prepared, you could be left scratching your head, searching for answers. Before you go and listen to that Rolling Stones song, "You Can't Always Get What You Want," realize that a little effort can almost solve everything. A mixture of luck and good planning makes the process smoother. Apartment complexes account for about 6 percent of the housing units in McLean and there are usually openings. Note that the key word is usually, not always. The good thing is that there are great complexes for you to inquire with about apartment openings. Ovation at Park Crest and The Commons of McLean, for example, are two managed apartment communities in town. Play your hand right and you won't encounter any obstacles. You'll find that you can always get what you want.

Be Patient and Don't Sleep

In some towns and cities, you only need a few days to get everything handled for a place. It's feasible in McLean only if you are flat-out lucky. And if you get that lucky, you should probably go to a casino and see how much more luck you have. To put it plainly, you will probably need more time to find a rental. Don't get frustrated. Time will set everything right. It's advised to give yourself up to one month to get a place. Due to McLean's location near D.C., the housing market here is quite crowded and many places are snatched up as soon as they are listed. Properties in McLean are mostly owner-occupied and the rental market is therefore competitive. Moreover, the population has been growing. If you decide to sleep on it at the Fairfax County Public Library, you may find that your little snooze session can cost you a nice pad. Yes, it can happen that fast. If you are pretty sure about an apartment or house rental, don't go and take a nap. Pretty sure has to equal 100 percent sure here.

Inspect Before You Sign

A lot of the properties here are older, but that absolutely does not mean they are run-down or in bad condition. The high majority have aged quite nicely and possess a distinct Virginian charm. Over 46 percent of houses were constructed before 1970, which means homes here are older than the country's average. So you still should be a little cautious. Inspect everything from how well the heating system runs to whether or not the dishwasher leaks. The worst possible thing you can do is sign the rental contract before you actually check the appliances and structure. Okay, maybe it's not the worst thing, but you could get blamed for something you didn't do. That's not fun.

Preparation for Closing the Deal

The process in McLean is a little different than D.C. because you typically deal with individual owners and not a management staff (unless you live at an apartment complex and not a house). Hence, it's hard to say how things may work as landlords' requirements differ. For this reason, it's recommended to prepare everything. This includes the first month's rent, applicable realtor fees, security deposit, a list of your rental history, proof of income, and references from previous landlords. Other things to inquire about include what utilities are included and what appliances and furniture come with the place. This helps you better prepare for your move-in day. You must be clear on the lease term, what you can do with the house in terms of decorating and pet policies as well.

McLean Neighborhoods

McLean occupies nearly 25 square miles, so it's not small. The city is picturesque. Expect to be immersed in natural beauty. The real question is this: how close do you want to live to the CIA? Take a few moments to ponder that question over. There's even more that should go into your decision, such as how close you want to be to public transit or major roads. Do you want to be near a park? There's a lot to consider. McLean is a good place to tell jokes, but picking a place to live is no joke. Ask yourself: would the CIA joke about this?

Langley: Right smack dab near the Central Intelligence Agency. The neighborhood is quite nice as it is near the Potomac River and boasts Langley Oaks Park, McLean Central Park and Scotts Run Nature Preserve. The neighborhood is not short on green space.

Bellview: Homes and more homes here. The neighborhood features Great Falls Park.

Swinks Mill Road/Old Dominion Drive: Near the Capital Beltway and Timberly Park, this neighborhood is mostly houses and green area.

Tysons Corner: The name has nothing to do with Mike Tyson. This is the section of town known for shopping and classic Virginian homes. Tysons Galleria and Tysons Corner Center are the shopping highlights.

Potomac Hills: It's mostly just houses here. However, if you like exploring you're in the right spot; you'll be close to the George Washington Memorial Parkway and Dolley Madison Boulevard.

Chesterbrook: You have Chesterbrook Shopping Center, lots of eateries and bus stops. This is one of the more convenient neighborhoods.

Town Center: Proximity to shops and major roads makes this area very convenient as well. The Langley Shopping Center and Lewinsville Park are two bustling places.

Living in McLean

When folks aren't worried about their phones, you'll see that McLean is a very lively place to be. Remember that it was just a joke about the phones. Part of the activeness is due to neighboring D.C.'s influence, but the main reason is that a storied history and a promising tomorrow breathe life into the city. At any moment you'll spot folks waiting for the bus, stopping for a red light at an intersection or biking on the side of the street. People are on the move and it's not because the CIA is chasing them. Yet the town does have a softer side. On any day locals are gathering at the Capital Grille to dine, relaxing at Kent Gardens Park or shopping at Tysons Galleria. What's nice about McLean is its versatility. It can be a big city or a small town depending on how you play it. Retreat to Claude Moore Memorial Farm when you want room to stretch or take on Washington D.C. when you want concrete. McLean is what you want it to be and nobody is stopping you, not even the CIA!

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