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Open Houses in Arlington This Weekend

This weekend ought to be a good one, what with the rides, games and sweets at the Arlington County Fair. Of course, you have to take a break from the fun at some point, and continue the search for a new home. This weekend’s selections won’t disappoint — there are a lot of sweet places, big and small, to choose from.

For the full listing of open houses, check out our real estate section. For now, here are a few highlights:

1001Vermont1001 Vermont Street
1 BD / 1 BA Condominium
Agent: Daniel Lesniak, Optime Realty Llc
Listed: $347,900
Open: Sunday from 2-4 p.m.

917Rolfe917 Rolfe Street
3 BD / 2 Full, 1 Half BA Condominium
Agent: Michael Webb, Re/max Allegiance
Listed: $468,000
Open: Sunday from 1-4 p.m.

1305Sycamore1305 Sycamore Street N.
2 BD / 1 BA Single Family Detached
Agent: Joan Sutton, Century 21 New Millennium
Listed: $550,000
Open: Sunday from 1-4 p.m.

2319First2319 1st Street S.
3 BD / 3 BA Single Family Detached
Agent: James Talbert, Century 21 Redwood Realty
Listed: $699,000
Open: Sunday from 1-4 p.m.

2416Queen2416 Queen Street S.
4 BD / 3 Full, 1 Half BA Townhouse
Agent: Mary Sage, Long and Foster Real Estate Inc.
Listed: $789,900
Open: Sunday from 2-4 p.m.

2326Vernon2326 Vernon Street N.
5 BD / 4 Full, 1 Half BA Single Family Detached
Agent: David Cabo, Keller Williams Realty
Listed: $1,469,000
Open: Sunday from 1-4 p.m.

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