Press Club
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.

Image via Google Maps

0 Comments
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.

Image via Google Maps

0 Comments
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:

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

Image via Google Maps

0 Comments
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:

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

Image via Google Maps

0 Comments
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:

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

Image via Google Maps

0 Comments
3012 N. Rochester Street (via Google Maps)

December is here and the holidays are in full swing, so let’s take a look back at Arlington real estate in November.

This past month, more than 250 homes were sold across Arlington with a median sales price of $685,000 and a median list price of $595,000, according to Homesnap. Additionally, homes spend an average of 82 days on the market.

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

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

Image via Google Maps

0 Comments
4124 N. Richmond Street (via Google Maps)

It’s already November and fall is definitely here as we say hello again to daylight savings — don’t forget to set you clocks back this weekend!

Taking a look back, in October, there were 655 homes listed for sale across Arlington, including 177 new listings, according to Homesnap. Of those 655 homes listed for sale, 408 were condos. Additionally, the median list price was $649,900 with a median sales price of $688,000.

Below are a few of the most expensive homes sold in October:

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

Image via Google Maps

0 Comments
3911 Lorcom Lane (via Google Maps)

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:

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

Image via Google Maps

0 Comments
600 S. Walter Reed Drive (via Google Maps)

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:

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

Image via Google Maps

0 Comments
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.

Arlington

3347 S. Wakefield Street #B1

Specs:

  • 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

Alexandria

5112 Donovan Drive #405

5112 Donovan Drive #405 (via Google Maps)

Specs:

  • 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

McLean

1641 International Drive #315

Specs:

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

Sold: $495,000

Reston

12001 Market Street #419

12001 Market Street #419 (via Google Maps)

Specs:

  • 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

Sterling

45141 Kincora Drive

Specs:

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

Sold: $500,000

Woodbridge

500 Belmont Bay Drive #301

500 Belmont Bay Drive #301 (via Google Maps)

Specs:

  • 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.

0 Comments
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

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

Image via Google Maps

0 Comments
×

Subscribe to our mailing list