Walk To The Metro Garden-Style Condos
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Huntington Walk is a nice little garden-style condo community on Rt. 1 in Fairfax County across from the Target south of Alexandria. The units are very nicely priced and in good shape. Many have updated kitchens and patios or balconies. The laundry is common, but the building is nice sturdy
brick. Huntington Walk is a 7 minute walk from the Huntington Metro. It is well served by Fairfax County Connector and the REX buses that regularly come down Rt. 1. Huntington Walk is less than five minutes from:
- Richmond Highway
- The GW Parkway
- The Huntington Metro station.
- Extensive shopping within ten minutes south on Route 1
Everything is easily within reach from your front door. These garden-style condos offer simple amenities, but with the money you save on a pool you can do the back stroke through cash in your living room. They also sport the following
- Electric Heat
- Central Air
- Free Parking
- Low condo fees
- One, two, and three bedroom layouts
Map Of Real Estate For Sale At Huntington Walk
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Nesbitt Realty would love to help you achieve your goal. We can give you an accurate assessment of the market value of your property and let you know how quickly your condo will sell. Our family run business has helped buyers and sellers at Huntington Walk and we also manage rental property at Huntington Walk.
The best way to update a property is to paint it. It’s a job that many sellers can do themselves.
Here are six suggestions for making the work go quickly.
- Move the furniture. Get as much furniture as possible out of the way, and then cover what’s left with plastic drop cloths held in place with masking tape.
- Buy good paint. Top-quality latex interior paint will hide what’s underneath and make the job go faster.
- Tape the edges. Taping the edges with painters tape will speed up the job and make the results more professional.
- Work top down. Paint the ceiling first, then the walls, then the windows and trim and finally the baseboards. This will cut down on time spent repairing drips and splatter marks.
- Cut in the corners. Applying a three-inch band of paint around the edges will allow you to fill in the middle with a paint roller.
- Apply paint generously. Trying to stretch the paint won’t save sellers any money if they have to repaint.
Source: Paint Quality Institute (09/21/2010)