$729,900 4-bedroom Colonial-style Selections For Shoppers Seeking A Home In The Neighborhood Of East Falls Church Metro Station

Nesbitt Realty has lined up a few mid-market choices for purchasers looking at a detached around East Falls Church Metro in Arlington.

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If you’re thinking about forking over $729,900 beside East Falls Church Metro in Arlington, Virginia, it only makes sense to take a look at 6246 19th St N. This home has 4 bedrooms with 4 full baths and 0 half-baths in 1,652 sqft.

Photo of 6246 19th St N

Photo of 6246 19th St N

  • Properties in this section were built around 1942.
  • 6246 19th St N is on the market for $729,900.
  • 6246 19th St N is located at Over Lee Knolls in the 22205 ZIP code.
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Stuart Nesbitt

Our buyer rebate is paid to the purchaser at closing. If your lender allows it, that money can be used toward your down-payment or can reduce the price of the place. Of course, certain limitations and exclusions apply and these will be disclosed in your representation agreement or when you contact us. [Learn More About Our Rebates To Buyers]

Investor special! Perfect for a new build or renovation in Lee Ridge to make your own! 5,500+ sq ft lot, home is 2,796 sq ft on 3 levels. Prime location near Westover, EFC Metro, I-66, Washington Blvd & more. Home sold as-is. Don’t miss! [Read more]

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Area: Metro East Falls Church
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6232 22nd St N

6232 22nd St N - 4 beds, 3 full baths SOLD!

Home size: 1,545 sq.ft.

Subdivision: Over Lee Knolls

Added: 12/20/18

Property Type: Detached for Sale

Price: $855,000

Last Updated: 05/13/2020

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