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3166 18th Street N. (via Google Maps)

There are homes you can actually afford, and then there are homes that are just fun to look at.

Our list of the most expensive recently-sold homes in Arlington, below, is definitely the latter for all but the most well heeled.

Last month, there were 197 sales and 164 new listings. October had a median list price of $697,000 with a median sales price of $570,000, according to Homesnap.

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485 33rd Road N.

There are homes you can actually afford, and then there are homes that are just fun to look at.

Our list of the most expensive recently-sold homes in Arlington, below, is definitely the latter for all but the most well heeled.

In September there were 172 new listings and 538 homes for sale. September had a median sales price of $562,500 and a median list price of $699,900, according to Homesnap.

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4607 27th Street N. (via Google Maps)

There are homes you can actually afford, and then there are homes that are just fun to look at.

Our list of the most expensive recently-sold homes in Arlington, below, is definitely the latter for all but the most well heeled.

During the month of August, there were 186 new listings and 237 sales with listings spending an average of 51 days on market according to Homesnap.

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3206 N. George Mason Drive (via Google Maps)

There are homes you can actually afford, and then there are homes that are just fun to look at.

Our list of the most expensive recently-sold homes in Arlington, below, is definitely the latter for all but the most well heeled.

Looking back at the month of July, there were 237 sales and 186 new listings according to Homesnap. Last month, the median sales price was $725,000 with a median list price of $714,900

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2804 N. Jefferson Street (via Google Maps)

There are homes you can actually afford, and then there are homes that are just fun to look at.

Our list of the most expensive recently-sold homes in Arlington, below, is definitely the latter for all but the most well heeled.

Taking a look back in June, there were 250 sales and 161 new listings. June had a median sales price of $660,750 with a median list price of $689,000, according to Homesnap.

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3901 N. Upland Street (via Google Maps)

There are homes you can actually afford, and then there are homes that are just fun to look at.

Our list of the most expensive recently-sold homes in Arlington, below, is definitely the latter for all but the most well heeled.

Looking back during the month of May, there were 277 sales and 168 new listings. May had a median list price of $599,900 and a median sales price of $680,000, according to Homesnap.

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4156 39th Street N. (via Google Maps)

There are homes you can actually afford, and then there are homes that are just fun to look at.

Our list of the most expensive recently-sold homes in Arlington, below, is definitely the latter for all but the most well heeled.

Taking a look back in April, there were 290 sales and 161 new listings with a median sales price of $646,000 and a median list price of $625,000, according to Homesnap.

In the market? See properties that have been Just Listed and Just Reduced.

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5734 18th Street (via Google Maps)

There are homes you can actually afford, and then there are homes that are just fun to look at.

Our list of the most expensive homes sold in Arlington, below, is definitely the latter for all but the most well heeled.

In the market? See properties that have been Just Listed and Just Reduced.

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6201 31st Street N. (via Google Maps)

Welcome to March!

It’s a new month which means it’s time to take a look back at some of the most expensive homes sold across Arlington in February.

Looking back, in February, there were 384 homes listed for sale across Arlington, according to Homesnap. Of those for sale, 268 were condos, 92 were detached homes and 24 were townhomes. Additionally, the median list price was $577, 475 with a median sales price of $641, 250.

Let’s take a look at some of the most expensive homes sold in February:

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4677 N. Dittmar Road (via Google Maps)

The first month of 2022 flew by, but before we say good bye to January let’s take a look at some of the most expensive homes sold.

According to Homesnap, more than 380 homes were sold across Arlington with a median list price of $600,000 and a median sales price of $617,500. Additionally, homes spent an average of 85 days on the market.

Now, here are a few of the most expensive homes sold in Arlington this past month:

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3839 Military Road (via Google Maps)

Welcome to 2022! A new year is here and January kicked off with a cold and snowy start.

Taking a look back, 114 new listings hit the market in the past four weeks and 263 were recently sold, according to Homesnap.

Additionally, there was a median sales price of $695,000 and a median list price of $579,999. There were a total of 414 homes for sale, with 276 condos, 111 detached homes and 27 townhomes.

Let’s take a look at a few of the most expensive homes sold in December:

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