Falls Church has this in spades. We have numerous historically important homes that once were working farms, back when Washington was a sleepy town. It’s the home of The Falls Church Episcopal, one of the oldest churches in the U.S. George Washington (yeah, that guy) was a member of the church’s vestry. The town library is named after Mary Riley Styles who was born and raised in Falls Church and lived on Cherry Hill, where the historic farmhouse still stands.

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