If you're thinking of real estate in Alexandria and your budget is about $798,750, here are a few compelling options to choose from.
If you're deliberating the possibility of a purchase at Old Town it only makes sense to take a look at 404 N Fayette St. The first listing is a 2 bedroom home at Old Town in 22314 in the City of Alexandria.
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- 404 N Fayette St is available for $798,750.
- The residences in this neighborhood are combination traditionals with an average of 1,696 sqft of living space.
- The subject property has been listed 1 days, but the average days on the market in this community is 116
- Properties in this community were built around 1830.
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Gorgeous 2BR/2BA brick Federal-style townhome with updates galore and amazing front and rear outdoor space in the heart of Old Town. The neatly manicured fenced yard with lovely landscaping and a new patio creates a charming welcome to the ... [Read more]
Monika's Findings For Buyers Expending Around $798,750
WHAT MAKES THIS UNIT STAND OUT? Its massive 225 SqFt covered balcony on the penultimate level offers incredible, unobstructed, sweeping southern and western views from Fort Myer to McLean and features views of multiple community firework displays on the 4th of July.
Walls of windows stream natural sunlight throughout this 2 bedroom, 1 and 1/2 bath condo.
Enjoy the history of this highly desirable, end of block, townhome built in the 1800s.
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Before you start shopping, know how much you can afford. Monika tells clients, "There is no point in falling in love with a townhouse you can't afford."