Stunning Urban Farmhouse-Exceptional Layout and Location in Arlington’s Tuckahoe Village neighborhood and so close to popular Westover! This home beautifully combines the classic exterior features of a farmhouse with unique architectural ... [Read more]The listing agent reports that this farmhouse/national folk detached home has 3,326 square foot of living area. is found in 22205 in Arlington County. The townhouse property at 2217 N Kentucky St in Tuckahoe Village been on the market 1 days. transitionals in Tuckahoe Village were largely built around 1949 with a median age of 73 years. This remarkable 5-bedroom 4-baths detached home Both Old Town Alexandria and Mount Vernon have historic links to George Washington and other prominent historical figures. Beyond Old Town, Alexandria is also home for newer and relatively new neighborhoods like the Carlyle District and Cameron Station or Kingstowne. Alexandria is home to numerous non-profits and trade associations as well as the Mark Center. Many Alexandrians work in nearby Washington DC, the Pentagon, Andrews AFB or Fort Belvoir. Commuters from Alexandria are served by the Yellow and Blue Metro Lines. Alexandrians have easy access to the Beltway, I-395 and both Rt. 1 and the GW Parkway. Homes in Alexandria range from shiny new condos, to historic homes and waterfront mansions. From urban to suburban from luxury homes to budget homes, you can find it here in Alexandria VA. [ Read more about the neighborhoods of Alexandria VA ] (Rebate conditions apply.) No one knows more about the local real estate market than Nesbitt Realty. Find out why our clients love us. Call (703)765-0300. Our real estate agents appreciate the opportunity to be of service. Thanks for considering us to get the job done.
If you use Nesbitt Realty , a family business serving real estate needs in Northern VA. as your agent when purchasing 2217 N Kentucky St, Nesbitt Realty will pay you $11,118. If you're scrutinizing residences in 22205 in Arlington County and coughing up around $1,799,000, you want to reflect on the newly listed townhouse.