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What $500,000 Can Get You in Northern Virginia Real Estate

3347 S. Wakefield Street #B1 (via Google Maps)

In the past couple of months, we’ve highlighted what $1 million and $750,000 can afford you in real estate around Northern Virginia. For each roundup, we showcased recently sold single-family homes.

This month, we’re taking a look at what $500,000 can get you. However, as you may have guessed, finding a single-family home that’s sold for $500,000 in Arlington is a bit unrealistic these days. Instead, we’ll focus on condos sold in the past three months. It’s worth noting these prices do not include condo fees.

We’ll start here in Arlington and work our way to other parts of the area.


3347 S. Wakefield Street #B1


  • Built: 1940
  • 3 BD/2 BA condo
  • 1,290 square feet
  • Features: Recent renovations, open floor plan, nearby community pool and tennis courts

Sold: $500,000


5112 Donovan Drive #405

5112 Donovan Drive #405 (via Google Maps)


  • Built: 2001
  • 2 BD/2 BA condo
  • 1,349 square feet
  • Features: Private balcony, underground parking, two-level vaulted ceiling, community pool and basketball court

Sold: $505,000


1641 International Drive #315


  • Built: 1998
  • 2 BD/2 BA condo
  • 1,114 square feet
  • Features: Corner unit, recent updates, near Metro

Sold: $495,000


12001 Market Street #419

12001 Market Street #419 (via Google Maps)


  • Built: 2003
  • 2 BD/2 BA condo
  • 1,224 square feet
  • Features: Two-level penthouse, balcony overlooking pool, two assigned underground parking spaces

Sold: $497,500


45141 Kincora Drive


  • Built: 2019
  • 3 BD/2.5 BA condo
  • 1,608 square feet
  • Features: Gourmet kitchen with stainless steel appliances, wood floors

Sold: $500,000


500 Belmont Bay Drive #301

500 Belmont Bay Drive #301 (via Google Maps)


  • Built: 2004
  • 2 BD/2 BA condo
  • 1,786 square feet
  • Features: Waterfront views, den, community exercise room and walking paths

Sold: $510,000

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

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