Just Listed highlights Alexandria City properties that came on the market within the past week. This feature is sponsored by the Jen Walker Team (Licensed in VA) of McEnearney Associates Realtors®.
Jen Walker here with The Jen Walker Team, a real estate group based out of Alexandria, Virginia. Me, along with my two rock-star team members, Sue Kovalsky and Micki MacNaughton, have more than 35 years of experience in real estate and have sold over $110M of homes in 2018.
Every week, we will be releasing articles on ALXnow in hopes that we can be an asset for you throughout your home buying process. We look forward to connecting with you through ALXnow!
This week in real estate, we have seen an escalation of newly ratified contracts with $644,900 being the median price point. As we move into the fall season, it will be an exciting time to start looking for new homes on the market. Are you interested in buying a home, but don’t know where to start? There are a lot of questions to be answered during the home buying process, but we’re here to help guide you and bring you clarity of mind.
We can help you answer the tough questions such as “Is this a good time to invest?” or “What can I afford?” My first tip would be to start planning. There’s no better time than now to start planning for one of the biggest investments you’ll make. What is your timeline to buy? Do you prefer the city or the suburbs? Being able to have a general guideline to your needs will enable you to see what options are out there for you resulting in more clarity and less stress.
We want you to have access to as many homes as possible before they go on the market. This week, we’re featuring two “Just Listed” homes.
Our first home is a stunning townhome with 2 bedrooms and 1.5 baths in historic Old Town Alexandria. Listed at $734,990, 418 Gibbon Street comes with a newly updated kitchen, custom cabinets, professional-grade appliances and new hardwoods.
Next up is an architectural dream home featuring a sprawling floor plan with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. Listed at $899,900 in the heart of Del Ray, this majestic oasis offers more than what could be put into words. If you love entertaining and living in serenity, 2211 Commonwealth Avenue is the home for you.
If you’re looking for something else to suit your needs, The Jen Walker Team has compiled a list of “Just Listed” properties in the City of Alexandria below.
The following properties offer a snapshot of what is new on the market. Click here for more Just Listed properties in Alexandria and call The Jen Walker Team to schedule a home tour at 703-675-1566 or email [email protected].
- 3822 Ingalls Avenue, Alexandria 22302 — $435,000
- 115 N. Lee Street #Bh501, Alexandria 22314 — $725,000
- 100 W. Bellefonte Avenue, Alexandria 22301 — $915,000
- 1908 Hawthorne Avenue, Alexandria 22311 — $630,000
- 1006 Prince Street #3, Alexandria 22314 — $336,990
- 3108 Russell Road, Alexandria 22305 — $919,000
- 502 Kentucky Avenue, Alexandria 22305 — $1,225,000
Happy House Hunting!
In our highly competitive Alexandria market, the Jen Walker Team has the insider knowledge to connect you with homes that are not even public yet. With more than 35 years of experience, the Jen Walker Team has the expertise to answer questions, calm fears, and streamline your transaction. Want to see other homes not featured in this article? Contact our team today!
Please note: While The Jen Walker Team provides this information for the community, they may not be the listing agents of these homes. Equal Housing Opportunity.
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