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4112 26th Road N. (via Google Maps)

This past week, 43 properties were sold in Arlington, according to Homesnap.

As of Sept. 5, the median list price for homes on the market was $594,900, and the median sales price was $652,500. Additionally, homes are spending an average of 71 days on the market.

To get a closer look at these numbers, let’s take a look at a few properties that were sold this past week, including their original list price, final sales price and days spent on market.

  • 3200 N. Abingdon Street — 5 BD/5.5+ BA single-family home
    List price: $3,175,000
    Final price: $3,200,000 (+$25,000)
    Under contract 6 days after hitting market
  • 6733 Lee Highway — 7 BD/4.5 BA single-family home
    List price: $1,795,000
    Final price: $1,650,000 (-$145,000)
    Under contract 34 days after hitting market
  • 4112 26th Road N. — 3 BD/3.5 BA single-family home
    List price: $1,175,000
    Final price: $1,225,000 (+$50,000)
    Under contract 3 days after hitting market
  • 2114 S. Joyce Street — 3 BD/2 BA single-family home
    List price: $830,000
    Final price: $905,000 (+$75,000)
    Under contract 6 days after hitting market
  • 1025 N. Stafford Street — 3 BD/2 BA townhouse
    List price: $800,000
    Final price: $800,000 (+/-$0)
    Under contract 6 days after hitting market

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2507 11th Street N. (via Google Maps)

Ready or not, it’s already September, so let’s take a look back at Arlington real estate in August.

This past month, nearly 295 homes were sold across Arlington at a median sales price of $616,500, according to Homesnap. Additionally, there were 220 price changes, and homes spent an average of 76 days on the market.

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

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4621 6th Street S., Arlington (via Google Maps)

Last month, we asked the question: What will $1 million get you in real estate?

The results varied from three-bedroom homes in Arlington and Alexandria to multi-story six-bedroom homes in Reston and Ashburn.

This month, we’re lowering the price point. We’re taking a look at single-family homes in Northern Virginia that recently sold for around $750,000.

Let’s start here in Arlington.

Arlington

4621 6th Street S.

Specs:

  • Built: 1940
  • 3 BD/1.5 BA single-family home
  • 0.24 acres; 2,025 square feet
  • Features: Detached two-story garage, hardwood floors, large rec room, deep backyard

Sold: $750,000

Alexandria

16 N. Donelson Street

16 N. Donelson Street (via Google Maps)

Specs:

  • Built: 1940
  • 4 BD/3 BA single-family home
  • 0.23 acres; 2,452 square feet
  • Features: Remodeled kitchen, large patio with natural gas fire pit

Sold: $755,000

Reston

11716 Blue Smoke Trail

11716 Blue Smoke Trail (via Google Maps)

Specs:

  • Built: 1970
  • 4 BD/2.5 BA single-family home
  • 0.6 acres; 2,292 square feet
  • Features: Tw0-car garage, community pool

Sold: $750,000

Vienna

413 Orleans Circle SW

413 Orleans Circle SW (via Google Maps)

Specs:

  • Built: 1959
  • 3 BD/2 BA single-family home
  • 0.29 acres; 1,058 square feet
  • Features: Quiet cul-de-sac, fenced backyard, no HOA

Sold: $750,000

Ashburn

43059 Weatherwood Drive

43059 Weatherwood Drive (via Google Maps)

Specs:

  • Built: 1995
  • 5 BD/3.5 BA single-family home
  • 0.2 acres; 3,169 square feet
  • Features: Upgraded wood floors, large back deck, large rec room

Sold: $750,000

Fairfax

10225 Raider Lane

10225 Raider Lane (via Google Maps)

Specs:

  • Built: 1963
  • 4 BD/3 BA single-family home
  • 0.27 acres; 2,480 square feet
  • Features: Property backs to woods, large deck, remodeled bathrooms

Sold: $750,000

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4527 N. Henderson Road

This past week, 59 properties were sold in Arlington, according to Homesnap.

As of Aug. 8, the median list price for homes on the market was $595,000, and the median sales price was $635,000. Additionally, homes are spending an average of 68 days on the market.

To get a closer look at these numbers, here are a few properties that were sold this past week, including their original list price, final sales price and days spent on market.

  • 2507 11th Street N. — 6 BD/4 BA single-family home
    List price: $1,995,000
    Final price: $2,025,000 (+$30,000)
    Under contract 6 days after hitting market
  • 3000 N. Tuckahoe Street — 5 BD/4 BA single-family home
    List price: $1,499,000
    Sales price: $1,625,000 (+$126,000)
    Under contract 5 days after hitting market
  • 1807 N. Lincoln Street — 5 BD/3.5 BA single-family home
    List price: $1,198,000
    Final price: $1,190,000 (-$8,000)
    Under contract 8 days after hitting market
  • 2710 S. Joyce Street — 3 BD/2 BA single-family home
    List price: $939,000
    Final price: $929,000 (-$10,000)
    Under contract 31 days after hitting market
  • 4527 N. Henderson Road — 3 BD/1.5 BA single-family home
    List price: $789,900
    Final price: $831,663 (+$41,763)
    Under contract 5 days after hitting market

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Turnberry Tower (via Google Maps)

(Updated at 10:40 a.m.) In July, we highlighted a number of recently sold properties in Arlington, ranging from “budget buys” to homes that sold for well over asking price.

As a quick recap, more than 330 homes were recently sold in Arlington, according to Homesnap. On the flip side, 176 new listings hit the market in the past four weeks. In total, more than 654 homes are the market — 423 condos, 191 detached homes and 30 townhomes.

Now, let’s take a look at a few of the most expensive homes sold in July:

As pointed out by a reader, the Somerset Street property, in the Williamsburg neighborhood, was formerly owned by Washington Capitals star Nicklas Backstrom, who bought the house in 2010. It was featured in this video published by the Caps early last year, after Backstrom signed a new five-year, $46 million contract extension. The property was sold on July 13 to a local dentist.

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3534 N. Somerset Street in 2014 (via Google Maps)

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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.

Arlington

2318 N. Dinwiddie Street

Specs:

  • 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)

Alexandria

5 W. Del Ray Avenue

(via Google Maps)

Specs:

  • 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)

Reston

1399 Park Lake Drive

(via Google Maps)

Specs:

  • 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)

Vienna

200 Ceret Court SW

(via Google Maps)

Specs:

  • 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)

Ashburn

21011 Rostormel Court

(via Google Maps)

Specs:

  • 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)

Fairfax

10617 Regent Park Court

(via Google Maps)

Specs:

  • 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)

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3903 16th Street S. (via Google Maps)

For this week’s edition of Just Sold, we are 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.

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1111 N. Harrison Street

This past week, 83 properties were reported sold in Arlington, according to Homesnap.

As of July 4, the median list price for homes on the market is $569,900, and the median sales price was $725,000. Additionally, homes are spending an average of 61 days on the market.

To get a closer look at these numbers, here are a few properties that were sold this past week, including their original list price and final sales price.

  • 3188 Key Blvd — 3 BD/3.5 BA single-family home
    List price: $1,950,000
    Final price: $1,810,000 (-$140,000)
  • 2226 N. Columbus Street — 5 BD/4.5 BA single-family home
    List price: $1,449,000
    Final price: $1,380,000 (-$69,000)
  • 1111 N. Harrison Street — 3 BD/2.5 BA single-family home
    List price: $960,000
    Final price: $1,055,000 (+$95,000)
  • 1326 S. Queen Street — 4 BD/3.5+ BA townhome
    List price: $925,000
    Final price: $980,000 (+$55,000)
  • 2564 S. Arlington Mill Drive #5 — 2 BD/3.5 BA townhome
    List price: $679,900
    Final price: $685,000 (+$5,100)

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1600 N. Edgewood Street (via Google Maps)

Throughout June, we highlighted dozens of recently sold properties in Arlington, ranging from “budget buys” to homes sold for well over asking price.

Taking a look back, 234 new listings hit the market in the past four weeks, according to Homesnap. In total, there are more than 750 homes on the market — 497 condos, 213 detached homes and 48 townhomes.

Now, let’s take a look at a few of the most expensive homes sold this past month:

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Just Sold: June 24, 2021

This past week, 58 properties were reported sold across Arlington. This included an eight-bedroom new construction home near Crystal City that sold for $2.1 million.

Looking at the big picture, as of June 20, there are 736 homes for sale in Arlington, according to Homesnap. This includes 498 condos, 195 detached homes and 43 townhomes.

“The median list price is $579,950 and the median sales price is $715,300,” Homesnap reports. “There have been 244 new listings in the last 4 weeks and 338 sales.”

Here’s a look at a few of the properties sold in the past seven days:

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2121 S. Pollard Street (via Google Maps)

With so many people wanting to buy a home in Arlington — and not enough homes on the market — it can be difficult to find decent options.

For this week’s Just Sold, we’re highlighting “budget buys” spotted 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.

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Photo via Google Maps

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