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City: Oakton
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Quiet and suburban close to the Beltway and I-66

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Oakton is located north of I-66 and west of I-495, the Capital Beltway. Oakton in Fairfax County Virginia. Residents here can drive to the Vienna or Dunn Loring Metro and enjoy shopping and restaurants in nearby Vienna, Tysons Corner and Fairfax.

properties For Sale in Oakton By Price

Budget (1 to $300,000) 1 Active
Choice (550001 to $650,000) 2 Active
Premium (750001 to $950,001) 6 Active
Luxury (950001 to $1,950,000) 12 Active
Super Luxury ($1,950,001 and up) 3 Active

properties For Sale in Oakton By Age

Recently built (2017 - 2020) 6 Active
Newer (2011 - 2016) 1 Active
21st Century (2003 - 2010) 4 Active
Millennial (1998 - 2002) 2 Active
Late 20th Century (1983 - 1999) 2 Active
Mid 20th Century (1938 - 1982) 9 Active

properties For Sale in Oakton By Size

Small (701 to 1,100 sqft) 1 Active
Mid-Sized (1501 to 2,000 sqft) 1 Active
Large (2001 to 2,500 sqft) 1 Active
Big (2501 to 3,000 sqft) 4 Active
Very Large (3001 to 4,000 sqft) 5 Active
Sprawling (4,001 sqft and up) 12 Active

properties For Sale in Oakton By Number of Bedrooms

1 BR1 Active
4 BR7 Active
5 BR12 Active
6 BR4 Active

Oakton Real Estate Options

Single-Family Residences For Sale in Oakton VA

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Will and Julie Nesbitt
Will and Julie Nesbitt

Nesbitt Realty is a family-run brokerage. We appreciate every client and we'd love to help you achieve your real estate goals. Contact us today to learn more about what we can do for you or to get a free assessment of your property's value. Nesbitt Realty has received numerous awards and recognitions for client satisfaction because we get results that make our clients happy.

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    Real Estate Photography Tips

    Exterior of House

    • Move cars away from front and / or rear of house and close garage doors.
    • Move trash cans and recycling bins inside or away from house.

      Living room
      Living room
    • Remove newspapers from driveway and sweep leaves.
    • Open deck furniture umbrellas, remove grill covers and put any deck cushions on furniture.
    • Hide toys and sporting equipment in garage or storage containers.

    Interior of House

    • Turn on all interior lights and open all blinds. Make sure any burned out light bulbs have been replaced.
    • Clean vertical surfaces that reflect light such as mirrors, refrigerators, windows, television screens, etc.
    • Hide all pet beds, toys, bowls, etc. in a closet or storage container.
    • Remove items other than non-religious framed art or decor hanging from walls.
    • Keep in mind that items being moved from room to room will show in photos of other rooms, so please hide items in closets and / or storage areas that will not be photographed

    Kitchen

    • Clear off countertops
    • Remove hanging dish towels and small area rugs.
    • Hide garbage can along with pet food bowls, mats and other items.

    Bedroom

    • Make beds and be sure the mattress or any objects under the bed are not showing
    • Hide all personal items such as books, phones, remotes, etc. (Tip: You can hide them under the pillows!)
    • We suggest that personalized decor be removed from children’s rooms so their names and pictures don’t show in the photos which will go on the internet.

    Foyer

    • Make it look as large as p0ssible by removing shoes, coats, throw rugs, etc.

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    Dining Areas

    • If dining area is small, remove extra leaves from tables to make the room look larger.
    • Show off the woodwork on the table by removing protector, tablecloths or placemats.
    • Remove extra dining chairs from the room so it doesn’t look overcrowded and smaller than it really is.

    Living Areas

    • Keep the floors as clear as possible to emphasize the beauty of any wood floors
    • Make sure all televisions and computer monitors are turned off, and if portable hide from view
    • Clear surfaces such as end tables and coffee tables of items that are not decorative, and hide all magazines, books, remotes,  tissue boxes, etc.

    Bathrooms / Powder Rooms

    • Wash all mirrors. Even the smallest splatter mark is magnified in photos.
    • Hide the trash can, toilet brush, bathmats and plunger.
    • Remove family bath and hand towels. (Tip: Don’t forget to remove the robe hanging on the back of the door.) You can keep a clean decorative / nice towels hung neatly.
    • Remove All toiletries from the counter and the shower/tub area, such as shampoo bottles, razors, toothbrushes, etc.
    • Make sure the toilet paper roll isn’t empty or hanging down off the roll.