3) Wolf Trap
Wolf Trap is a census-designated place in the northern part of Virginia, in Fairfax County. The neighborhood has a population of 16,131 residents and a total area just under 10 square miles. There are large proportions of children and middle-aged adults, along with smaller numbers of young adults and elderly residents. The per capita income in Wolf Trap is $56,294, and median household income is about triple that of the median of Virginia overall. The people of Wolf Trap are well educated, with over 90% of people at least 25 years old having a high school diploma and almost 80% having at least a Bachelor’s degree. Additionally, the unemployment rate is low and the average commute time is less than half an hour. In terms of the environment itself, though Wolf Trap tends to have the average amount of earthquake activity for Virginia, that amount is hugely lower than the overall United States average.