According to HomeSnacks.net, Vienna, Falls Church, and Leesburg round out the top three richest places in Virginia.
Every year, HomeSnacks.net analyzes data from the web to rank the 62 areas in Virginia with more than 5,000 people according to wealth. This year, Vienna snagged the top spot for the wealthiest city in the Old Dominion.
Surprised? You shouldn’t be. Vienna has made quite a name for itself within the past few years. Even Money.com ranked Vienna as one of the "Best Places to Live” in 2015 and 2013.
In addition to Vienna’s gleaming track record, the small town is known for its low poverty rate of 3.2 percent and median household income of $150,383. (In 2017, the U.S. median household income was $61,372.)
Curious to see if your town made the list? Here are the 10 richest places in Virginia for 2019:
Freeman House, Vienna, Virginia
Unsurprisingly, Vienna ranked No. 1 in 2018, too.
2. Falls Church
Entering Falls Church, Virginia
This year, Falls Church leveled up three spots.
Raspberry Plain, Leesburg, Virginia
Last year, Leesburg ranked No. 4.
Mount Vernon Estate Mansion, Fairfax, Virginia
Fairfax beat last year’s score by four points.
Bridgewater College, Bridgewater, Virginia
Last year, Bridgewater secured No. 6 on the list.
Fauquier County Courthouse, Warrenton, Virginia
Warrenton made quite the leap this year by beating last year’s ranking by six points.
Brown–Koerner House, Purcellville, Virginia
Last year, Purcellville ranked No. 3 on this list. Sadly, the city is down four spots for 2019.
Old Town Alexandria, Virginia
Alexandria hasn’t changed. The independent city ranked No. 8 for two consecutive years.
Surface House, Christiansburg, Virginia
Last year, Christiansburg ranked No. 11 on the list.
Sunset near Poquoson River, Poquoson, Virginia
Poquoson wasn’t as lucky. Last year, Poquoson ranked No. 2 on the list.
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