Welcome to October — it’s spooky season!
With a new month, it’s time to take a look back on some of the most expensive homes sold in Arlington in September. (For some, these price tags may be a bit spooky…)
Taking a look back, in September, more than 200 homes were sold across Arlington with a median sales price of $698,700, according to Homesnap. Additionally, homes spent an average of 66 days on the market.
Now, here are a few of the most expensive homes sold in Arlington this past month:
- 4408 33rd Road N. — 6 BD/5.5 BA single-family home — $2,725,000
- 3911 Lorcom Lane — 5 BD/5.5 BA single-family home — $2,475,000
- 514 N. Monroe Street — 5 BD/5.5 BA single-family home — $2,336,550
- 3223 1st Street N. — 6 BD/4.5 BA single-family home — $1,925,000
- 2727 N. Radford Street — 6 BD/4.5 BA single-family home — $1,875,000
- 1611 N. Bryan Street — 5 BD/4.5 BA single-family home — $1,860,500
- 4115 N. Randolph Court — 6 BD/6.5 BA single-family home — $1,850,000
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