Last month in Alexandria’s real estate market, home prices crept up while the overall number of home sales dipped.
There were 170 home sales throughout February, with an average price increase of 6.6% compared to January, according to real estate website Homesnap.
Here’s a look at the most expensive homes sold in February:
- 417 S. Fairfax Street
7 bed/6.5 bath single-family home
Sold: $5.1 million
- 5075 Polk Avenue
8 bed/5.5 bath single-family home
Sold: $2.5 million
- 370 N. Saint Asaph Street
3 bed/4.5 bath townhouse
Sold: $2.4 million
- 800 S. Royal Street
5 bed/3.5 bath single-family home
Sold: $2.3 million
- 3413 Halcyon Drive
5 bed/5.5 bath single-family home
Sold: $1.9 million
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