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What $1 Million Can Get You in Northern Virginia Real Estate

2318 N. Dinwiddie Street, Arlington (via Google Maps)

With the constant chatter about the hot real estate market here in Arlington, we became curious: What will $1 million get you these days?

In the past, it seemed like $1 million listings were reserved for multi-level mansions, complete with elevators, spa bathrooms and resort-style pools. These days, stumbling across a $1 million listing is the norm.

Let’s take a look at some area homes that recently sold for (or around) $1 million. We’ll start here in Arlington and work our way to other parts of Northern Virginia.


2318 N. Dinwiddie Street


  • Built: 1925
  • 3 BD/3.5 BA single-family home
  • 0.09 acres; 1,800 square feet
  • Features: Completely renovated, in-ground pool, hardwood floors, two fireplaces

Sold: $1,000,000 (under contract after four days on market)


5 W. Del Ray Avenue

(via Google Maps)


  • Built: 1920
  • 3 BD/2.5 BA single-family home
  • 0.11 acres; 1,490 square feet
  • Features: Primary suite addition, walk-out basement, large driveway

Sold: $1,000,000 (under contract the same day it hit the market)


1399 Park Lake Drive

(via Google Maps)


  • Built: 1985
  • 6 BD/3.5 BA single-family home
  • 0.93 acres; 3,864 square feet
  • Features: In-ground pool, cul-de-sac location, new HVAC

Sold: $1,000,000 (under contract after three days on market)


200 Ceret Court SW

(via Google Maps)


  • Built: 1978
  • 4 BD/2.5 BA single-family home
  • 0.3 acres; 2,729 square feet
  • Features: Recent updates, hardwood floors throughout main level, two-car garage

Sold: $982,000 (under contract after four days on market)


21011 Rostormel Court

(via Google Maps)


  • Built: 2000
  • 6 BD/5 BA single-family home
  • 0.49 acres; 5,614 square feet
  • Features: Walk-out basement, large rec room, two-story deck, cul-de-sac location

Sold: $1,040,000 (under contract after three days on market)


10617 Regent Park Court

(via Google Maps)


  • Built: 2002
  • 5 BD/5.5 BA single-family home
  • 0.15 acres; 3,345 square feet
  • Features: Fully fenced yard, new hardwood floors, rec room, workout room

Sold: $1,000,000 (under contract after three days on market)

Want to see more in Arlington real estate? Check out Just Listed and Just Reduced properties.

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