In this latest edition of Just Sold, we’re highlighting “budget buy” properties sold in the past month.
These include single-family home sales under $900,000, townhouse and duplex sales under $750,000, and condo sales under $600,000. Yes, these “budget” prices are high by most standards, but they are among the more affordable properties in Arlington right now.
Take a look at some of this past month’s budget buys:
- 5630 8th Road N.
5 BD/4.5 BA single-family home
- 1020 19th Street S.
2 BD/1 BA single-family home
- 600 S. Walter Reed Drive
4 BD/2 BA single-family home
- 1043 N. Monroe Street
2 BD/2 BA townhouse
- 1617 10th Street S.
3 BD/2 BA townhouse
- 1001 N. Vermont Street #710
2 BD/2 BA condo
- 2301 25th Street S. #4405
2 BD/2 BA condo
Image via Google Maps
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