Stephen Thomas McLean | October 26, 1950 – September 1, 2023
Stephen McLean was co-founder of McLean Faulconer Inc., a full-service real estate firm located in Charlottesville, Virginia. For 43 years, Mr. Mclean was active in the real estate profession during which he met with great success in the farm, estate, and residential markets in virtually every part of the Commonwealth of Virginia. He was consistently one of the top producers of residential, large farm and estate property sales in the Commonwealth since 1973, having sold such notable and historic properties as Carter’s Grove (c. 1750-1755), Upper Brandon (c. 1825), Enniscorthy (c. 1850) and North Wales Farm (c. 1718), Esmont (1826) and Brandon (1765) to name a few.
Mr. McLean served as a member of the Board of Directors of the Charlottesville-Albemarle Association of Realtors where he served as Treasurer, Vice President, and finally President of that Board in 1989. On the state level, Mr.McLean served four years on the Virginia Real Estate Board, a term appointed by the Governor of Virginia. He was a past Chairman of the Board of the Charlottesville / Albemarle Chamber of Commerce, having served on the Board of Directors for ten years. Mr. McLean was a member of the Board of Directors of Farmington Country Club from 1986-1988 as well as from 2002-2005, where he served as Treasurer in 1987 and President in 1988. Mr. Mclean was a member of the Monticello Cabinet, Chairman of the University of Virginia Physicians Group Board of Directors, a member of the board and former Chairman of the YMCA, a member of the Board of the Montpelier Foundation as well as a founding member of Charlottesville Tomorrow.
Stephen McLean earned his undergraduate degree from Princeton University in 1972. A native of Charlottesville, Virginia, Mr. McLean and his wife Caroline, UVA ’76 ’79 have three children and five grandchildren.