Rental Property At 22301: Pics And Prices

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Take A Closer Look At 121 Glendale Ave E

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CHARMING, BRIGHT & CLEAN>Updated Duplex w/nicely refinished hardwood floors @ main level>Nice appliances, recent light fixtures, REMODELED bath w/custom tile & more>Fenced rear yard great for entertaining>Lower level + great … [Read more]

3 beds, 1 full, 1 part baths

Lot Size: 2,500 sq.ft.

Added: 01/12/18, Last Updated: 01/12/2018

Property Type: Residential Duplex for Rent

MLS Number: AX10134075

Subdivision: Brenton

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It seems like yesterday that I found 3801 Four Mile Run Dr S listed for sale in Arlington, but that was years ago. 3 reasons I love my home:

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Fort Barnard Heights

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Stuart Nesbitt is licensed in the Commonwealth of Virginia and can help real estate shoppers. Stuart Nesbitt tells clients, “I’m a local expert on Northern Virginia real estate. ” If you’re a home hunter who is studying a 3-bedroom property in Duke Gardens, Stuart Nesbitt will assist with you making the right decision in Alexandria Virginia.

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