The real estate market in Arlington, Va. is hot. I listed this lovely home in a cul-de-sac near the East Falls Church Metro for $1.235M. It just closed for $1.235M. Great house, great location. Thinking about selling? There has never been a better time. Unemployment is low, Amazon H2Q is hiring, schools are highly rated. And….people want to live here. Contact me at email@example.com or 571-228-5656. I can help you.
Look past the green carpet and you’ll see an incredible real estate opportunity in N. Arlington. Priced at $785,000, this lovely brick home located in the new Discovery School district of N. Arlington. This home is larger than it looks and features a family addition off a sizable kitchen. Large deck off the family room for barbecues and entertaining. Near shopping and restaurants including CVS, Peking Pavillion, Backyard Barbecue and more. Easy access to bus service and near the East Falls Metro too. 3 bedrooms with a potential 4th in finished room in basement. Storage in Large finished lower rec room and extra storage too. Lots of space for the money in this neighborhood of $1M-$2M homes. Visit the Open house from 1-4 on January 14, 2017 or call or email me for a private showing. 571-228-5656 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Just listed. This well maintained, well loved home in N. Arlington. Located at the corner of Williamsburg Blvd. and Potomac St. Location provides easy access to the shops and restaurants at the Williamsburg Circle and the East Falls Church Metro. The Arlington schools are Discovery, Williamsburg and Yorktown. This home is larger than it looks and features a nice family room addition off the open kitchen as well as a finished sun room. The addition is light and bright and includes skylights. There is a large deck off the family for summer entertaining and BBQs.The snow and cold won’t last forever.The lower level features a large recreation room and a separate room that could have various uses. The addition of a larger window could make this a 4th bedroom. This is an attractive Arlington real estate investment. It’s located in a neighborhood full of $1M-$2M homes so you can feel free to use your imagination to do whatever updates you choose. The HVAC system and roof are newer. It’s listed at $785,000 and appraised in August 2017 for $800,000.
Contact me at 571-228-5656 or email Jane Jensen at email@example.com to see it. Open house will be Sunday January 7 from 1-4.
On the market Friday. Listed at $945,000. This beautiful brick home is located 5 minutes to Chain Bridge and 10 minutes to DC. Quiet cul-de-sac in great neighborhood. Private lot is over 1/4 acre. 4 bedrooms, 3 full baths, large patio and beautifully landscaped yard. Large family room with fireplace, wet bar and kitchenette. Pool table conveys as well! You will love this home. 10 year young architectural shingle roof, HVAC is 1.5 years old, New refrigerator and dishwasher, double over, cook top and microwave 5 years young. This is a wonderful N. Arlington real estate property. It will go fast. Call or email for a preview. firstname.lastname@example.org 571-228-5656
3857 N. Tazewell St. Arlington, Va. 22207
Looking for real estate in Arlington, Va. Need a nice short commute to DC. Come join me at this lovely home at 3827 N. Tazewell St. Arlington, Va. 22207
This beautiful townhome features 4 full bedrooms (3 up and 1 in walk out Lower Level), Spacious dining room, step down living room with fireplace. Master Bedroom with lovely bath and fireplace.
Elevator to all three floors.
Lower level walk out to private stone patio backing to grassy area and trees. It’s hard to find this much real estate in Arlington for the price of $1,050,000. 10 minutes across Chain Bridge to DC, easy access to Mclean/Tysons/Arlington.
For a private showing contact me at 571-228-5656 or email@example.com
The Westover Farmers market (which I am pleased to be a sponsor of) has a new vendor for your furry friend. Dog Bark has hand crafter natural treats for dogs. No wheat, corn, soy or gluten. You can visit their website at http://www.dogbarkbones.com or better yet come to the farmers market this Sunday. You can’t bring your dog into the market but because they are right at the Washington Blvd entrance you can bring your furry friend into their booth.
The Farmers market is located in the Westover neighborhood of Arlington, Va and the entrance is on the corner of Washington Blvd and McKinley.
Teddy the dog approves!
Helping my Arlington, Va clients meet their goals, one home at a time.
It’s really wonderful when I am able to help someone move to the next phase of their life. We reviewed the comps for Miriams’ home closely then priced it competitively. Miriam received multiple offers, well over asking and was able to get a quick close on her home.
Yay! If you would like to know what your home is worth, you can always contact me at 571-228-5656 or firstname.lastname@example.org. My only job is to understand your real estate needs and goals and help you meet them.
2321 Quantico St. Arlington, Va. 22205
Gracious all brick, 5 bedroom, 2 car garage walk to metro colonial. Looking for the best of Arlington, Va realestate? This is wonderful N. Arlington value. You will not want to miss this home that is now priced at $995,000. Check out the floor to ceiling windows in the living and dining rooms. Let that sun shine in! Gas fireplace in living room and family room. Den off the remodeled kitchen. Lower level features large family room with fireplace and wet bar + large bedroom + Full bath + storage. 2 zones. One new furnace, new hot water heater, newer windows. A few blocks to the East Falls Church metro (Orange and Silver line), and few more to the shops and restaurants of Westover Village. Open 1-4 on Sunday September 25, 2016. Come by or call/email me to see this home. 571-228-5656. email@example.com
Below are the most recent available monthly real estate statistics for Arlington County. In general year of year numbers are positive. Inventory continues to fall short of last years numbers. This along with continuing low interest rates is bolstering the average sold price. Higher priced Arlington homes are also contributing to higher total volume. 66 homes (64 detached and 2 attached) with 4 or more bedrooms closed in August. This is up from the 55 in the same period last year. The average sale price for the detached homes was $1,088,396, up almost 3% from last year. The softest spot seems to be in the lower end detached which saw small decrease in the average sales price and the condo/townhome 1-2 bedroom market which saw the average sales price fall to $481,800 from last years $550,422 for the 6 units sold. This is a snapshot of all inventory in Arlington real estate that was listed in the MLS. To get a true market analysis for your property, it’s important to look at zip codes, neighborhoods, commutes, metro access etc. When purchasing or selling a home, the only important numbers are those that a true comparables to that specific property. For other Northern Virginia Statistics or questions about your community or home, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. 571-228-5656
I am an avid gardener. I will post some photos of some of the plants I have in my yard shortly. In the mean time, I will be checking out this native plant sale. You should too. This news is courtesy of Arlington Parks and Recreation.
AUGUST 30, 2016
Want to make your yard welcoming to local birds, bees and butterflies? Plant native and they will come! You can view the order form online at here. Order today and pick up your plants at Long Branch Nature Center on Sat. Sept. 17, 1-4 p.m. Rain date is Sun., Sept. 18, 1-4 p.m. Questions, call 703-228-6535.
Why Plant Native? Native plants are local to our area so tolerate our crazy weather, they don’t need a lot of care once establish and they provide food and habitat for our local species.
Why Plant in the Fall? Fall is the best time of year for planting. It’s when most plants are focusing on growing and expanding their roots, which in turn helps them to come back strong in the spring. Plus, fall’s wet, mild weather means less watering is needed on your part to keep plants alive and thriving.
Habitat Restoration – Volunteer!
Help increase native species diversity right here in Arlington at Gulf Branch Nature Center Sat., Sept. 10, 2-4 p.m. Work parties are held monthly and are making a real difference, with the return of ferns and wildflowers, and the animals that depend on them, in areas once covered in destructive invasive plants. No registration required. Call 703-228-3403 for more information.
Eagle eyes, rabbit ears, catfish whiskers…how do animals use their senses differently or the same as humans? Join us on Sat., Sept. 10, 1-2 p.m. at Long Branch Nature Center. We’ll do experiments and games to examine how animals use their senses in nature hike challenges. Details here. Register online or call 703-228-4747. Select activity #612926-D. Only $5 per person.
What’s a Teen to Do?
There are lots of fun and rewarding things for teens after school this year. Teens will have fun, make new friends and develop skills. Consider afterschool clubs at HB Woodlawn, Williamsburg and Kenmore and drop-in programs at Arlington Mill, Gunston, Lubber Run and Thomas Jefferson Community Centers. Learn more here or contact OFT@arlingtonva.us. Questions? Call 703-228-0945.
Join us on Tues., Sept. 6, 1–2 p.m. at Gulf Branch Nature Center to learn about crickets, the masters of autumn music. We will explore the cricket life cycle, habitats and listen to an orchestra of six-legged musicians. Details here. Register online or call 703-228-4747. Only $5 per person.
Northern Virginia Bird Club Walk
Join members of the Northern Virginia Bird Club on Wed., Sept. 7, 8:30–11 a.m. for an informal walk through Long Branch Nature Center at Glencarlyn Park in search of resident and migratory birds. Experienced and beginning birders welcome. Bring binoculars and field guides if you have them. Details here.Register online or call 703-228-4747. Use activity #612946-A. This event is free.