Midtown Alexandria Sta is a section of brick Colonial homes which generally move for circa $275,405 to $304,395. Most of the high-rise condos in Midtown Alexandria Sta were built in 2007. Compare this high-rise condo at 2451 Midtown Ave #1025 to others in 22303 to understand what $289,900 can buy in 22303 in Fairfax County.
1 beds, 1 full baths
Home size: 805 sq.ft.
Added: 02/02/18, Last Updated: 02/02/2018
Property Type: Residential Hi-Rise 9+ Floors for Sale
MLS Number: FX10148123
Subdivision: Midtown Alexandria Sta
About this home
Nicely upgraded & largest 1BR plan at Midtown! Hardwood floors, granite kitchen-Fresh paint & turn key! Located in one of Alexandria’s nicest buildings: rooftop pool/hot tub, gym, 2 party rooms, $100/night guest suite, 24/7 front desk, & garage … [Read more]
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