Last month, the top two most expensive homes sold in March were at Robinson Landing (7 Pioneer Mill Way), a waterfront development in Old Town.
In Alexandria, the median list price is $610,000 and the median sales price is $545,000, with a slight decline in the median sales price, according to real estate website Homesnap.
Here’s a look at the most expensive homes sold in March:
- 5 Pioneer Mill Way
3 bed/2.5 bath condo
Sold: $4.5 million
- 22 Bakers Walk
2 bed/2 bath condo
Sold: $2.6 million
- 117 Prince Street
6 bed/5.5 bath
Sold: $2.4 million
- 1215 Duke Street
3 bed/2.5 bath
Sold: $2.2 million
- 201 Montgomery Street
3 bed/3.5 bath
Sold: $2 million
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