Wickens is a neighborhood of single-family, detached homes in Vienna, VA, with homes along Aryness Drive and the surrounding streets. The development of this community began in 1996 and has continued ever since. It means that the Wickens homes for sale vary in age. Similarly, they vary in style and size. Most of the properties in this neighborhood offer spacious living and sit on sizable lots.
There are many reasons why those who live in Wickens love the neighborhood. One reason is its location, as it is a quiet, upscale and green neighborhood that is within easy traveling distance of everything Vienna offers.
Another reason the residents love living in this area is the space available, both internally and externally. It means they have plenty of room to entertain in the houses or the gardens.
The Wickens homes for sale have significant differences in external appearance, internal layout, house and plot size, and general features. This upscale neighborhood has large homes that all have outdoor space and off-street parking, with some having garages large enough to park multiple vehicles securely.
One feature that all the houses in this neighborhood share is the pleasant surroundings. Mature trees and other greenery surround the homes, and some of the residences have views of the creek.
When looking for Wickens homes for sale, it is important to find out more about getting around the local area, especially if you need to commute to work or you rely on public transport to access local shops, amenities or leisure facilities.
The closest bus stops are along Lawyers Road, Glade Drive and Soapstone Drive for those who use public transport. The neighborhood is also within a short drive of some major routes, including Dulles Toll Road and Leesburg Pike.
Wickens is a fantastic neighborhood to live in for people who enjoy spending time outdoors, as various outdoor spaces surround the community. Some of these include Difficult Run Stream Park, Fox Hunters Park, Gabrielson Gardens, Kempers Park, Glencannon Community Park, Northside Park and Eudora Park.
Other activities in Vienna include Meadow Lane Park, Freeman Store & Museum, Nottoway Park, Potomac Appalachian Trail Club, Vienna’s Historic Original 1897 Library, Glyndon Park and Difficult Run River.
Nearby attractions include the NRA National Firearms Museum, the Children’s Science Center Lab, Sally Ormsby Park, Meadowlark Botanical Gardens, Jefferson District Golf Course, Fish and Explore, Jefferson District Park and Near Island.
Furthermore, it is easy for the residents of Vienna to access activities, attractions, shops and eateries in other areas of Virginia and also in Washington D.C.
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