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Open Houses in Arlington This Weekend

4910 35th Road N.

In the market to buy a home? Or just want to take a look around at Arlington real estate?

There are dozens of open houses on the calendar this weekend. These range from five-bedroom single-family homes to one-bedroom and studio condos.

Before diving in, let’s take a look at what the market has been up to. In the past four weeks, there have been 213 new listings, giving us a total of 756 homes for sale, according to Homesnap. That includes 508 condos, 201 single-family homes and 47 townhomes.

Now, let’s look at some of the open houses coming up this weekend.

  • 4910 35th Road N.
    5 BD/3.5 BA single-family home
    Noteworthy: Three finished levels, three fireplaces, private backyard with outdoor TV
    Listed: $1,385,000
    Open: Sunday, 1-4 p.m.
  • 4425 16th Street N.
    4 BD/4 BA single-family home
    Noteworthy: Heated tile floors in the family room, two hot water heaters — one solar
    Listed: $1,099,999
    Open: Saturday and Sunday, 1-4 p.m.
  • 1307 S. Randolph Street
    3 BD/2.5+ BA single-family home
    Noteworthy: Borders parkland, spacious rear deck, mature garden beds, large detached garage
    Listed: $950,000
    Open: Saturday, 12-2 p.m. and Sunday, 1-3 p.m.
  • 10 S. Pershing Drive
    3 BD/2.5+ BA townhouse
    Noteworthy: End unit/corner lot, one-car garage, refinished floors, recently updated bathrooms
    Listed: $824,990
    Open: Sunday, 1-3 p.m.
  • 3800 Fairfax Drive #1311
    2 BD/2 BA condo
    Noteworthy: Steps to Virginia Square Metro, large balcony with view, updated kitchen, outdoor pool
    Listed: $668,000
    Open: Sunday, 1-3 p.m.

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