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Open Houses in Arlington This Weekend

by ARLnow.com — March 8, 2013 at 3:05 pm 899 10 Comments

After this week’s weather rut, take advantage of the weekend’s sunny forecast and check out these open houses in Arlington.

See our real estate section for a full listing of open houses. Here are a few highlights:

1300 Arlington Ridge Road1300 Arlington Ridge Road
1 BD | 1 BA condominium
Tonya Nelson, Keller Williams Realty
Listed: $225,000
Open: Sunday, March 10 from 12:00 to 3:00 p.m.

3461 Kemper Road3461 Kemper Road
2 BD | 2 full BA, 1 half BA townhouse
Janet McElheney, Keller Williams Realty
Listed: $579,900
Open: Sunday, March 10 from 12:00 to 3:00 p.m.

888 Quincy Street North
2 BD | 2 BA condominium
Shawn Battle, Century 21 Redwood Realty
Listed: $792,500
Open: Sunday, March 10 from 12:00 to 3:00 p.m.

5244 5th Street North
6 BD | 5 BA single family detached
Priti Malhotra, Weichert Realty
Listed: $1,250,000
Open: Saturday, March 9 from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.

6319-35th6319 35th Street N.
5 BD | 6 BA single family detached
Denise Kaydouh, Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.
Listed: $1,749,000
Open: Sunday, March 10 from 12:00 to 3:00 p.m.

  • Joey

    $792k for 1248 sq ft condo? That’s absolutely insane. Who is dumb enough to pay that?

    • 50,000 Clarend’bag lemmings

      We are!

      • Ballston Lurker

        That’s actually Ballston. And I don’t think anyone is going to pay that price.

  • drax

    6 BR 5 BA is a friggin’ hotel, not a house.

    • just say it – u know u wanna


    • Hee-haw

      You realize some families have 4-5 kids and need that space…

      • Need or want?

        Grew up in a family of five children. No. No we did not “need” that space. Would have been nice but it was not a “need.”

        • Whatever

          All any family (of ANY size) “needs” is a studio so that they aren’t homeless. What difference does it make if they want a bedroom for each child or perhaps extended family? If you aren’t paying for it, why do you care?

          The jealousy re: homes on this board is palpable.

  • JohnT

    $579,000 for that 2 year old townhouse seems very low.

    • Neighbor

      For that neighborhood? Not really. It’s Shirlington-adjacent, which is different than being in Shirlington (no matter what the marketing says). It’s really in Nauck, across from the asphalt plant and with some sketchy neighborhoods behind it. This is also a 2-bedroom townhouse, so it has a very limited market of buyers. I looked at that community when they were building them and found those roof decks to be functionally useless. The units themselves seemed nice enough, but I didn’t care for the layout choices they were offering so I went elsewhere. The owner paid $554K in 2011, which was too much then. Looks like it’s priced for him to break even after fees. Only takes one buyer willing to make the deal, though (and a bank that will appraise it for that much). I’ll be interested to see what it ends up going for.


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