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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 September 2009. All information was obtained through MRIS.
Luxury home sales have been slowing down quite a bit during the last few months. The majority of the activity in Northern Virginia real estate is occurring with first-time buyers anxious to take advantage of the $8000 tax credit expiring on November 30th. Needless to say, most of these first-time buyers are not purchasing in the luxury price ranges.
Overall, there were 54 Northern Virginia home sales topping $1 million during the month of September 2009, down from 76 in August and 90 in July 2009.
Currently, there are 845 homes on the market in Northern Virginia with list prices topping $1 million.
SEPTEMBER'S MOST EXPENSIVE SALES
Single Family Detached Homes:
10447 New Ascot Drive, Great Falls, VA 22066 -- Sold on September 14th for $2,780,000. Think short sales are only for lower price ranges? Think again. This one was listed for sale at $3,499,999 and sold for a lot less. This 6 bedroom, 11,000 square foot home on 2 acres has a 4 car garage, an in-ground swimming pool, an elevator, home theater, and 2 wine cellars. It was built in 2008.
7624 Burford Drive, McLean, VA 22012 -- Sold on September 28th for $2,525,000. Built in 2008, this 6 bedroom home also has 7 full bathrooms and 3 half bathrooms. With a 3 car garage , an open floor plan and fully finished basement, this home spent nearly 2 years on the market before selling.
824 Whann Avenue, McLean, VA 22101 -- Sold on September 22nd for $2,251,000. Located in Langley Forest on one acre in McLean, this home was a foreclosure sale. Most of the home was completed, but it did not have fixtures and appliances. The home has 7 bedrooms and 8.5 bathrooms.
4701 N. 34th Street, Arlington, VA 22207 -- Sold September 29th for $2,200,000. In the Country Club Hills area of North Arlington, this 5 bedroom, 4.5 bathroom home was built in 1952 and has been renovated and expanded. It features a top of the line kitchen and sits on 1/3 acre of land.
7837 Kent Road, Alexandria, VA 22308 -- Sold on September 28th for $2,050,000. A 1938 colonial home on over an acre of land with tall trees and mature plantings, this 1938 home features a pool, grand circular staircase, 4 fireplaces and 5 bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms.
6 Keiths Lane, Alexandria, VA 22314 -- Sold on September 25th for $1,275,000. With views of the Potomac River in Old Town Alexandria, this Fords Landing townhouse was built in 1999 and featurs 3 bedrooms including a decadent master suite with a spa-like bathroom. the grourmet kitchen with granite counters enhances the open floor plan of the main level.
423N N. Columbus Street, Alexandria, VA 22314 -- Sold on September 15th for $957,000. Another Old Town Alexandria townhouse originally built in 1890 that has been totally renovated and remodeled but retained some period fixtures, antique chandeliers and transom lights and the original southern pine floors. It has 2,541 square feet of living space.
717 Potomac Street, Alexandria, VA 22314 -- Sold on September 15th for $875,000. This 1978-built townhouse in Old Town Alexandria features an off-street parking space and front and rear private brick patios. It has 3 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms which are newly renovated. There's also a separate au pair/in-law suite with an extra kitchen.
2044 Beacon Heights Drive, Reston, VA 20191 -- Sold on September 15th for $875,000. Built in 2003, this townhouse is on the waterfront at Lake Audubon. The townhouse has 5 levels with an elevator, gorumet kitchen and a Trex deck. With 3 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, this large townhouse offers 3,237 square feet of space.
1600 Clarendon Blvd. #W303, Arlington, VA 22209 -- Sold on September 15th for $1,142,000. At the ever-popular and ever-expensive Wooster and Mercer Lofts, this 2 bedroom plus loft condo features 1,990 square feet of living space and ultra-high end appliances and finishes.
635 First Street #101, Alexandria, VA 22314 -- Sold on September 21st for $850,000. This condo at Liberty Row in Old Town Alexandria has 2,100 square feet of space spread throughout 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. It features a gourmet kitchen, a custom sound system, and 2 underground parking spaces.
1781 Chain Bridge Road #208, McLean, VA 22102 -- Sold on September 9th for $792,380. Newly built, this condo at the Morgan at McLean is a corner unit with over 2,100 square feet of space in a 2 bedroom 2 bathroom unit. It is very close to the upcoming Tysons East Metro stop.
1600 Clarendon Blvd. #W311, Arlington, VA 22209 -- Sold on September 8th for $680,000. Another Wooster & Mercer Lofts gem, this one is a one bedroom unit with 2 full baths. The condo has 18 foot ceilings with walls of glass overlooking a park and measures in at 1,365 square feet.
Contact Brian Block, Managing Broker, REALTOR/Attorney, RE/MAX Allegiance: Licensed in Virginia & WashingtonD.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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