Stoneberger Building – Main Street Apartments in Stanley

On June 22, 2022, Nesbitt Realty will purchase 307 N. Main St in Stanely Virginia. I'm going to name the building after my grandfather John Stoneberger.  The building currently has 3 units vacant.

Two of those units are have 1 Bedroom and one of those units has 2 bedrooms.

The 2 bedroom unit and one of the 1 BR units is on the second floor.  The other 1 bedroom unit is available on the first floor. The upstairs units are accessed by outside stairs.

The pictures below are from other units in the building to give you an idea how how the property will look inside when the units are rented.

The vacant units will need some repairs and paint and that will be finished prior to tenant move in. The property won't be available before the repairs are complete.

The landlord is seeking tenants with good credit and stable income.  At this time, we're asking $699 for the 1 bedroom units and $850 for the 2 bedroom units. Prior to move-in, tenant will pay 1 month of rent and 1 month of deposit.

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Livestock Friendly Communities

Do you want to raise a few chickens?  Have a goat or two?  Maybe you want ranch some beef or keep a few dairy cattle.  We'll that ain't happenin' in Alexandria, Arlington or Falls Church.  Instead, you may want to look to one of these communities:
  • Frederick County - There are still some wide open spaces left in Frederick County.
  • Page County - This is a prime location for a family-farm or a larger enterprise.
  • Prince William County - There are fewer and fewer choices in Prince William these days.
  • Rappahannock County - Highly recommended for the gentleman farmer or family vineyard.
  • Rockingham County - This is a great place for a practical farm or a family farm.
  • Shenandoah County - This is a great place for cattle, sheep and other livestock.
  • Warren County - There's been a lot of development in Warren County, but you can still find a home for your livestock here.
Talk to a Realtor at Nesbitt Realty to learn more.

Architectual Style Check List

  1. What shape is the house, overall?
    • Rectangular and symmetrical: National, Colonial, Neoclassical, Greek Revival, Italianate
    • Square and box-like: American Foursquare
    • L-shaped: Folk and National styles
    • Complicated and asymmetrical: Queen Anne and other Victorian styles, Chateauesque
    • Rounded corners: Pueblo, Art Moderne
    • Single story or 1½ story: Cape Cod, Ranch, Craftsman, Cottage styles
  2. Does the roof have any of these features?
    • Unusually steep pitch: Gothic Revival and other Victorian styles, Tudor
    • Unusually low pitch: Craftsman, Prairie, Ranch, Monterey, and Spanish styles
    • Flat: Italianate, Beaux Arts, Pueblo, Mediterranean, and Modernistic
    • Gambrel: Dutch Colonial
    • Mansard: Second Empire and other French-inspired styles
    • Hipped: American Foursquare, Colonial styles, Victorian styles
    • Salt box: Colonial
    • Flared eaves: French styles, Craftsman, Prairie
    • Round towers: Queen Anne, Romanesque, Chateauesque, French styles
    • Cupolas: Italianate, Greek Revival, Second Empire
    • Rounded parapets: Mission
  3. Is the house sided with any of these materials?
    • Adobe: Pueblo, Monterey, Spanish Colonial Revival
    • Stucco: Mission, Tudor, Spanish styles
    • Rough stone: Romanesque
    • Patterned wood shingles: Victorian styles
    • Half-timbering: Tudor, Stick, Queen Anne
    • Cedar shingles: Victorian Shingle, Craftsman, Tudor
  4. Does the house have any of these window types?
    • Multi-paned: Adam, Georgian, Neoclassical
    • Diamond-paned: Tudor, Prairie
    • Palladian: Adam, Colonial Revival, Neoclassical
    • Round or elliptical: Adam, Neoclassical
    • Oriel: Tudor, Gothic Revival, Chateauesque
    • Casement: Tudor, Craftsman, Dutch Colonial, Spanish styles, modern styles
    • Pointed: Gothic Revival
    • Rounded with "eyebrow' hoods: Italianate
    • Fanlights: Adam, Neoclassical, Colonial Revival
  5. Do you notice any of these details?
    • Dentil moldings: Georgian, Adam, Colonial styles
    • Garlands or floral ornaments: Federal, Adam, Beaux Arts
    • Turned spindles: Queen Anne, Carpenter Gothic, Folk Victorian
    • Zigzags or chevrons: Art Deco
    • Shutters: Cape Cod and other Colonial styles
    • Round, fluted columns: Greek Revival, Adam, Neoclassical, Beaux Arts
    • Square or trapezoid porch supports: Craftsman, Prairie, Mission, American Foursquare
    • Little or no ornamentation: National and Folk styles, Cape Cod, Ranch, Modern styles
Source: National Association of Realtors

4767 21st Rd N, Arlington VA 22207 For Sale

Townhouse at Glebewood

If you’re interested in learning more about residences such as 4767 21st Rd N in 22207, you’ve come to the right place.

The 22207 Area Reasons

  • The average days on market in the 22207 area is 43 days.
  • The average living area in the 22207 area is 2,974 sqft. In contrast, 4767 21st Rd N has 864 sqft of living area.
  • The 22207 Area has an average price per square foot of $671 . Above all, 4767 21st Rd N is $671 per sqft.
  • Did you know that brick is the most common type of exterior in the 22207 area?
  • 4390 Lorcom Ln #402 is the least expensive home in the 22207 area. 4390 Lorcom Ln #402 is listed for $219,000. But, 5520 31st St N is the highest-priced home in the 22207 area. 5520 31st St N is asking $4,250,000.
  • The median age of homes in the 22207 area is 29 years. 4767 21st Rd N is 84 years old.
Furthermore, this data is deemed accurate but not guaranteed. In contrast, this info will change.  What is true and accurate today, 05/21/2021, will not be entirely accurate tomorrow or the day before. Check with Monika Ortiz for the latest real estate info from the 22207 area or for information about townhouses like 4767 21st Rd N. Continue reading

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$1,825,000 In McLean Virginia 22101

Purchasing a detached home such as 6960 Kyleakin Ct is often the most important monetary event an individual from 22101 in McLean will make in their life. Indeed, as an established agent, Will Nesbitt is a shopper's defender who comprehends the sympathetic and explanatory support that purchasers need if comparing and buying a 5-bedroom home in 22101 in McLean. Furthermore, there are other problems which can be challenging to overcome.  But, a real estate professional not unlike Will can manage and overcome dangers  associated with buying a property in 22101 in Fairfax County. Continue reading