How Do Homes Beside A Metro Station In Alexandria, Virginia At Old Town Alexandria Stack Up Against One Another?

If you're considering real estate in Alexandria and your budget is circa $699,900, here are curated 3 bedroom choices to choose from.

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If you're dreaming about investing $699,900 in Northern Virginia, it only makes sense to take a look at 1303 Queen St.. 1303 Queen St is a 3-bedroom duplex at Old Town Alexandria in Alexandria, Virginia.

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  • duplexes in this neighborhood were built around 1900.
  • The community is served by Jefferson-Houston, and Lyles-Crouch Elementary Schools, and T.C. Williams High School.
  • The subject property has been listed for sale 25 days, but the average days on the market in this neighborhood is 110
  • The median age of properties in Old Town Alexandria is 120 years of age.

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Before you start shopping, know how much you can afford. I tell clients that there is no point in falling in love with a duplex you can't afford.
Our buyer rebate is paid to the home hunter at closing. If your lender allows it, that money can be used toward your down-payment or can reduce the price of the duplex. 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]

Wonderful location – ready for 2020 renovations [Read more]

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We specialize in finding homes with easy access to the OrangeYellow and Blue Lines in Virginia. Our specialized searches feature homes that are very close to metro stations.

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Andrew Patton was born and raised in Northern Virginia. After attending college at East Carolina he moved to Alexandria. He is licensed in the state of Virginia and specializes in homes in Northern Virginia. Andrew has been practicing Real Estate for over 4 years and has a lifetime of experience in the area,