Are you wondering about Northern Virginia real estate and pondering what has sold recently?
Here's some information about the most expensive home sales in Northern Virginia (Arlington County, Alexandria City, Fairfax City, Fairfax County, and Falls Church City) for November 2009. All information was obtained through MRIS.
Overall, there were 48 Northern Virginia home sales topping $1 million during the month of November 2009, just slightly down from the 55 in October.
Currently, there are 708 homes on the market in Northern Virginia with list prices topping $1 million down from 798 that were on the market last month.
NOVEMBER'S MOST EXPENSIVE SALES
Single Family Detached Homes:
- 7804 Montvale Way, McLean, VA 22102-- Sold on November 13 for $3,967,500
This 6 bedroom, 6 full and 3 half bathroom home was built in 2001. The stone colonial style home has a 4 car garage with a lift, a wine room, media center, and a heated pool with 700 square foot pool house, all on over an acre of land.
- 644 Deerfield Farm Court, Great Falls, VA 22066 -- Sold on November 17th for $2,600,000
On almost 2 acres and walking distance to the Village of Great Falls, this stunning home has over 8300 square feet of living space and 5 bedroom, 5 full and 3 half bathrooms.
- 1970 Rockingham Street, McLean, VA 22101 -- Sold on November 20th for $2,202,550
On half an acre of wooded property, this newly built home in McLean features 6,800 square feet of space and an elevator to the four levels.
- 4722 N. 33rd Street, Arlington, VA 22207 -- Sold November 13th for $2,010,000
This Country Club Hills home with 5 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms on 1/3 acre in Arlington is convenient to D.C. and was built in 2009.
- 16 Wolfe Street #54, Alexandria, VA 22314 -- Sold on November 18th for $2,450,000.
This Harborside townhouse in Old Town Alexandria has Potomac River views and a boat slip that conveyed. There's an elevator that goes to all four levels and over 4200 square feet of living space.
- 511 Lee Street, Alexandria, VA 22314 -- Sold on November 30th for $1,300,000.
This Old Town Alexandria townhouse had not been on the market for 50 years! It overlooks Lee Street Park and the Potomac River. With 6 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, this Pommander Walk townhouse was originally built in 1820.
- 227 S. Fairfax Street, Alexandria, VA 22314 -- Sold on November 13th for $1,200,000.
Built in 1862, this home needed some repairs and was sold "as is." It's actually a free-standing townhouse with 5 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, and 7 fireplaces!
Looks like all the million dollar townhomes this month were in Old Town Alexandria.
- 1555 Colonial Terrace #200, Arlington, Va 22209 -- Sold on November 13th for $922,500.
This 2 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom condo at the Dakota has over 2,600 square feet overlooking Key Bridge and the Potomac River.
- 1200 Nash Street #1140, Arlington, VA 22209-- Sold on November 30th for $840,000.
Prospect House in Rosslyn is a perennial favorite and this 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom condo has the spectacular view of the Washington D.C. monuments. It comprises almost 1400 square feet of space with soaring ceilings.
- 1000 Randolph Street #909, Arlington, VA 22201 -- Sold on November 12th for $694,500.
This top floor Ballston condo at the Berkeley has 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms and close to 1600 square feet of living space. It also has 3 balconies and 2 garage parking spaces.
- 11990 Market Street #1615, Reston, VA 20190 -- Sold on November 10th for $628,000.
16th floor at Midtown at Reston Town Center! Imagine the views. This 3 bedroom 2 bathroom unit is the ultimate in luxury with 1,619 square feet of space.
If Old Town Alexandria is the place for luxury townhouses, than North Arlington is the king of the luxury condos.
Contact Brian Block, Managing Broker, REALTOR/Attorney, RE/MAX Allegiance: Licensed in Virginia & Washington D.C. 703-626-0715. If you are interested in purchasing or selling a property in Northern Virginia including Arlington County, Alexandria City, Annandale, Burke, D.C., Fairfax County, Falls Church City, Great Falls, Lorton, McLean, Springfield, Washington D.C., contact Brian today.
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