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4 Beds 3 Baths VAFX2166156 MLS COMING SOON Status
Welcome to 4914 Bristow Drive, a beautiful Colonial home nestled in sought-after Annandale. This elegant and spacious residence offers 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, and sits on a generous 10,500 square foot lot. Upon entering, you are greeted by a spacious main area filled with natural light, complemented by a beautiful kitchen featuring stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, island, and a large breakfast area overlooking the yard. The home boasts a seamless flow for living, dining, and entertaining, high ceilings, a half bathroom, and sliding doors leading to the fully fenced backyard with a large patio, shed and playground set. The family room features a gas fireplace, built-in cabinets, adjacent to the living room, creating an inviting area for relaxation and gatherings. Upstairs, you'll find 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, along with a convenient laundry room. The primary bedroom includes a spacious walk-in closet and an ensuite bathroom with dual sinks, a separate shower, and a soaking tub. The semi-finished open basement provides ample storage and great space for a gym/workshop/playroom, with endless possibilities for customization, from additional living space, a media room to office/den. Terrific opportunity! Conveniently located inside the beltway, this home provides easy access to Tysons, Washington DC, Old Town, Mosaic District, Ft. Belvoir, and nearby Metro and VRE stops. Enjoy close proximity to shopping centers, grocery stores, restaurants, parks, and entertainment, making everyday amenities easily accessible. Multiple updates throughout, including the dual zoned HVAC (2022-2023), washer/dryer (2023), gas stove (2020), exterior doors (2021), etc. Large driveway for off street parking.

4914 Bristow Dr, Annandale

1 Beds 2 Baths VAFX2166012 MLS COMING SOON Status One Park Crest Condo BLDG.
Luxury living in Park Crest. 1 Bedroom, 1 Den and 1.5 bathroom in the heart of Tyson's Corner. Perfect for working from home. The large living-dining area offers enough space for a 2nd desk in addition to the separate den/study room, which can also be perfect for guest's stay with a pull-out couch! Brazilian Cherry hardwood floors and brand new carpet (2024) in the bedroom. Open-concept gourmet kitchen with upgraded kitchen cabinets, oversized kitchen island, brand new dishwasher (2024), new microwave(2023), like new oven with gas cooking! Full size clothes washer (2021) and dryer in unit. Lots of natural lights, open view from the balcony, perfect for catching some fresh air and relax. One-site management office with round-the-clock security and concierge desk. Guest parking on the front and side of the building as well as guest parking spaces in the garage! Guest suites in the building, great for friends and family visitors! Recent upgraded and renovated gym, party room, meeting room and lounge! Harris Teeter is next door, which varieties of organic foods and fresh food from local farmers. Walk to Tyson's Galleria, Whole Foods, Metro Station, many restaurants, shops, parks and so much more! Why buy a 2 bedroom while you have the choice of this lovely spacious unit with a more affordable price! Unit owner just need to pay for electricity and internet!

8220 Crestwood Heights Dr Unit #519, Mclean

3 Beds 3 Baths VAFX2164808 MLS COMING SOON Status
Welcome to 2201 Christy Place - a 3 level, 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath end-unit townhome in the welcoming community of Reflection Lake. This turnkey home has updates galore and is ready to welcome its new owners. Enjoy the ambience of a wood burning fireplace in the large eat-in kitchen. The kitchen was updated in 2024 and has brand new LVP flooring, new countertops, new refrigerator and new dishwasher. Take in the view from the large picture window which overlooks the park that the home backs. In the main level living room and dining room you will find room to relax with brand new LVP flooring, fresh paint and 2 large windows which bring in the sunshine. The upper level boasts 3 bedrooms including a primary bedroom with updated ensuite bathroom and a second updated full bathroom in the hall. Fresh paint and new carpet installed on the upper level in 2024. The freshly painted lower level can serve as a family room, media room or workout area. It has a walkout to the deck and fenced-in backyard and large storage shed. You will also find a large utility room with plenty of storage and a rough-in for a 4th bathroom. Seller replaced all electrical outlets, electrical switches and doorknobs in 2024. Other updates to this home include new vinyl siding (2016), new windows (2016), new hot water heater (2016), lower level carpet replaced (2016), Attic Fan (2012), HVAC (2011) and Roof (2004). Home conveys with a new seller-paid Home Warranty. Reflection Lake is in a fantastic location close to schools, parks, restaurants and shopping. A hop, skip and a jump to Hutchison Elemetary School a block away. Easy commuting with commuter bus stop in front of the townhome. Easy access to Dulles Toll Road, Herndon Parkway, Rt. 28, Fairfax County Parkway and Innovation Station Metro stop. Minutes to WO&D trail, Herndon Golf Course and Worldgate. Reflection Lake amenities include two parking spots, one assigned and one unassigned, walking paths, playgrounds, community pool and community center, basketball courts and tennis courts.

2201 Christy Pl, Herndon

2 Beds 4 Baths VAFX2161978 MLS COMING SOON Status
"Welcome to this stunning townhouse nestled in the heart of North Reston, boasting an array of amazing updates and ready for immediate move-in. Step inside to discover the beautifully refinished hardwood floors that grace the main level, creating an inviting ambiance complemented by the warmth of the gas fireplace in the living/dining room. Every corner of this townhouse has been meticulously attended too, with fresh paint adorning both the interior and exterior. New exterior light fixtures and a sleek front door lock add a touch of modern elegance to the facade. The updated kitchen features brand new stainless steel appliances including a microwave, stove, and dishwasher, alongside elegant granite countertops, a spacious pantry, and room for a cozy breakfast table. Step out from the living room onto the tranquil trek deck, perfect for enjoying your morning coffee or hosting intimate gatherings. Upstairs, you'll find plush new carpeting throughout the second level, where the primary bedroom awaits with its incredible loft level Master Bath. Adorned with designer tile, vanities, and a luxurious separate tub and shower, it's a true retreat. A second Master Bedroom boasts its own beautifully updated bath, complete with modern fixtures and accessories. Descend to the newly carpeted walk-out lower level, where a spacious family room awaits, complete with built-ins for added charm and functionality. A versatile den or potential third bedroom, along with a convenient full bath and laundry area, offer flexible living options. Enhance your lifestyle with all the amenities Reston has to offer, including shopping centers, restaurants, parks, bike trails, and sports courts just moments away. Enjoy easy access to 2 Metro lines and a variety of buses, providing convenient transportation options to explore the vibrant area. Don't miss the opportunity to make this meticulously updated townhouse your new home sweet home in desirable North Reston." Photos will be posted soon. Open houses: March 2nd and 3rd from 1-3pm

11485 Heritage Commons Way, Reston

3 Beds 4 Baths VAFX2166144 MLS COMING SOON Status
Located in the enclave of Oakborough Square in downtown Oakton, this beautifully maintained 3-level, 3-bedroom with 2-full and 2-half baths end-unit townhome is ready for you to call home. Enjoy a 1-car garage—with driveway parking space—and plenty of guest parking throughout the neighborhood. Enter into the lower level with tiled flooring and a welcoming foyer with a hall closet and half bath. The sunlit rec room features a wood-burning fireplace and French door walk-out to the beautiful, sunny deck with tiered garden beds and a fully-fenced backyard that overlooks the treed common space. The main level boasts a sophisticated touch with hardwood floors throughout the living room and dining room. The massive eat-in kitchen sits at the front of the home and features new LVP flooring (2024) granite counters and all new (2024) stainless steel appliances. The main level also holds an updated half bath. The upper level houses the primary ensuite that stretches the width of the home, with fully updated bathroom (2024)—new double vanity, glass-enclosed, tiled shower, fixtures and tiled floor—a wall of closets, plus an additional closet space. The two good-sized secondary bedrooms share a hall bath. Less than 2.5 miles from the Vienna Metro, this home is close to amenities such as Oakmont Rec Center (formerly Oak Mar Rec Center) and a block away from Oakton restaurants and shopping. FCPS PYRAMID: Oakton ES, Thoreau MS, Oakton HS *** UPDATES in 2024: All new SS appliances in kitchen; kitchen lighting; LVP flooring; Primary ensuite bathroom (niched, tiled shower, double vanity, fixtures and flooring; Upper level carpet; Paint throughout home; Half bath (new flooring, faucet and light)

2973 Oakborough Sq, Oakton

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Are you considering purchasing property in Northern Virginia? You’ve come to the right place! Here, you’ll find MLS listings for Northern Virginia real estate. Listings are updated daily.

Our website listings include condos, apartments, and single-family homes for sale in Northern Virginia, plus smart tools to help you narrow your search for properties that meet your needs.

You’ll also find our comprehensive guide to what to expect from the Northern Virginia real estate market and the unique communities and counties, along with tips for finding your dream home at the best possible price.

Homes For Sale In Northern Virginia: A Variety Of Choices

Northern Virginia is an outstanding place to live due to its proximity to the nation's capital, its rich historic charm, vibrant social and cultural life, and diverse entertainment options. Settle in cosmopolitan but nostalgic Alexandria, vibrant art-centric Fairfax, or chic and hip Clarendon in Arlington. There are options to suit every lifestyle and budget.

A strong economy with plentiful job opportunities, a vibrant dining, shopping, and entertainment scene, and a highly diverse population make Northern Virginia a highly sought-after property market.

Proximity and convenient travel links to Washington, D.C., means the Northern Virginia real estate market has some of the most robust property value appreciation rates anywhere in the country.

While these are all great reasons to buy, it also means the best real estate in Northern Virginia is snapped up quickly! If you’re in the market for houses in Northern Virginia, you must check listings and stay proactive in your search. This is why working with a full-time, dedicated real estate agent is essential when looking for your dream Northern VA home.

The Northern Virginia Real Estate Market

The Northern Virginia real estate market is dominated by condos, townhomes, and single-family homes. Options include everything from studios to 3- or 4-bedroom condo units in secure buildings, some with just the essential amenities and others with luxury facilities. A wide range of townhouse communities are available, along with single-family homes, from adorable bungalows to large Colonial villas.

While there are many older properties oozing historic charm, there are also many newly built communities with state-of-the-art facilities. You’ll find homes that are move-in ready and properties begging to be renovated in your personal style. Houses for sale in Northern Virginia have it all.

Real Estate Taxes In Northern VA

Each city and county has its own tax rates. Generally speaking, while property taxes in Virginia are lower than the national average, taxes in Northern Virginia are almost twice as high as elsewhere in the state.

The exact community you live in could make a big difference in your taxes, so be sure to look up this information. But as of 2021, property tax rates in Northern Virginia range from $1-$1.35 per $100 of assessed value.

Are You Searching For Houses For Sale In Northern Virginia?

If you’re searching for condos, townhomes, or single-family homes in Northern Virginia, you’re in the right place.

Our team is committed to providing complete, up-to-date listing information on homes for sale in Northern Virginia, including condos, townhomes, and single-family homes.

On our site, you’ll find:

  • EVERY Northern Virginia real estate listing from EVERY real estate company on one easy-to-use website. From Fairfax to Arlington County, Prince William County to Alexandria City, you can find the current property listings here.
  • Active listings only! There’s no reason to waste your time looking at homes that have sold or been taken off the market and the MLS listings for Northern Virginia. If it’s on this site, it is for sale!
  • Current property information, thanks to the timely updates from our listing service.
  • Advanced property search tools that allow you to set your search criteria as specifically as you want. For example, if you are set on having a pool, there’s no reason to look at properties that don’t have this optional.
  • Automatic email updates when newly listed houses for sale in Northern Virginia come on the market that meet your search criteria.
  • Detailed listing information for properties already sold so you can understand the market and get a feel for what could become available.

How To Buy A Home In Northern Virginia: 5 Essential Steps

Real estate in Northern VA is a highly competitive market. The best properties are snatched up quickly! Using our site to find out what’s available and identify homes for sale in Northern VA that interest you is a great first step, but there are other essential steps you’ll need to take.

Step 1: Work With An Experienced Local Real Estate Agent

Northern Virginia has an extremely popular real estate market. Houses for sale in Northern VA can be put under contract the same day they come on the market. Real estate agents constantly monitor new listings and can let you know when a property that meets your requirements becomes available.

More than this, local real estate agents know the local market and can help you identify properties that meet your expectations but that you may not have even considered. They also have experience with every stage of the buying process and can walk you through what needs to be done, from making an offer to due diligence.

Step 2: Narrow Down Your Goals

Once you’ve started looking at homes and spoken to your real estate agent, you should have an idea of what types of properties are available. Now you have to get crystal clear on exactly what you want. How many bedrooms? What kind of commute? What kind of community?

You should be clear on your must-haves and your nice-to-haves. Would you be willing to accept 1.5 bathrooms but won’t compromise on being within walking distance from a Metro station? Base your list on your preferences and what is available within your budget.

Step 3: Talk To A Lender

While you may have a pretty good idea of how much you can afford based on the size of your deposit and your income, you need to talk to a lender to pin this down. Online calculators don’t always use the most up-to-date rates and information, so you may be able to get a loan for more or less than you think.

Having your loan pre-approved will make you a more attractive buyer because you can make an offer immediately and close the deal quickly. The seller will be less concerned about you encountering financial issues during the exchange process.

Step 4: Prepare A Budget

Once you know how much you’re approved to borrow, you need to figure out what this looks like as a budget. The cost of a home is much more complex than just the “sticker price” of the house itself.

The first thing to consider is property tax, which is dictated by the area of the home and the value. Your real estate agent can advise you on local property taxes.

You must also consider the cost of any repairs or renovations, fees payable to agents and lawyers, and additional fees associated with the home, such as homeowners association dues and homeowners insurance. You don’t want to make an offer and then realize your budget isn’t enough to complete all the steps to close the deal.

Step 5: Make An Offer

Once you’ve found a home you want, it’s time to work with your agent to make an offer. But this is more than just going to the seller with a number. There are probably other buyers looking at the home, so you want to demonstrate that your offer is the best of the bunch.

Your offer should include the fact that you’ve been pre-approved for a loan and can, therefore, close right away. If you want to offer less than the asking price, perhaps because something like the kitchen needs renovation, you can also explain this as part of your offer.

Your real estate agent will also be able to advise you on other details that will make a difference. When a seller has owned their home for years, they don’t necessarily just want to sell it to anyone. For example, they may be reluctant to sell to a property developer and be more willing to sell to a family who will love their home just as much as they did.

Find detailed information on the home-buying process in Northern Virginia here.

With tens of millions of dollars in sales already closed, we can offer you the expert assistance you need to navigate the Northern Virginia real estate market easily.

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Where To Look For Houses For Sale In Northern Virginia

There are so many great Northern Virginia communities to live in that it can be difficult to decide which is the perfect fit for you and your family. Below is a sampling of some great communities in the area:

  • Arlington: Arlington offers unbeatable access to Washington, D.C., located just across the Potomac River. It feels like suburbia but with big-city conveniences and entertainment. Arlington also offers a good selection of housing, from affordable condos to spacious single-family homes.
  • Fairfax: With a rich history, diverse population, and excellent public school system, Fairfax is considered one of the best places to live in Northern Virginia. Public transport is also excellent, providing easy access to the capital and a great culinary and social scene too.
  • Alexandria: Alexandria is loved by commuters since it’s close to freeway access to the capital, and many buses service the area. The area is steeped in historic charm, with iconic architecture and fascinating American history museums. There’s a great waterfront shopping and social atmosphere along the Potomac River.
  • Dunn Loring: This community has plenty of trails, ball courts, and picnic areas that will appeal to people who love the outdoors and a rural feel. Dunn Loring also has plenty of dining, shopping, and entertainment options.
  • Fairfax Station: Considered by many to be Northern Virginia’s best community due to the great quality of life, including lots of parks and green spaces and a thriving social district. There’s great access to both Washington, D.C. and Maryland. Fairfax Station is also a great area to buy a historic home.
  • Annandale: With more than 20 parks scattered throughout the area, Annandale is perfect for anyone who loves to spend most of their time outdoors. It is a great place to look when you want more spacious homes and larger outdoor areas.
  • Oakton: Named after the hundreds of tall, gorgeous oak trees that blanket the area, Oakton is home to many single-family homes that are perfect for people who’d like a bit more land but also want to be within a nice commuting distance of D.C.
  • Vienna: Just 17 miles from D.C., Vienna is located on the Metro line and is also home to Wolf Trap National Park, Northern Virginia’s top outdoor performance venue.
  • Manassas Park: With a city motto meaning “The Welfare of the People is our Supreme Law,” Manassas Park is filled with tight-knit communities who love to call this city home.
  • Falls Church City: Known for being a warm, welcoming community, Falls Church was the first city in Virginia to be named an Environmental Protection Agency Green Power Community.
  • Manassas: Although Manassas is only 10 square miles, it offers plenty of community events, shopping, and art at the Hylton Performing Arts Center or the Harris Pavilion.

Northern Virginia Real Estate FAQs

Is Northern Virginia real estate a buyer’s or a seller’s market?

The Northern Virginia real estate market is currently a seller’s market, with an insufficient inventory of homes available to meet the high demand. Part of the reason for this is that owners who might otherwise choose to sell are deciding to remain put for now since they can’t get the price they want. This is largely due to high interest rates reducing buying power.

According to recent statistics, Northern Virginia homes spent an average of just 11 days on the market. That’s 15 fewer days than last year. Desirable single-family homes spent an average of just seven days on the market.

What is the average home price in Northern Virginia?

As of June 2023, the average cost of a home in Northern Virginia was $725,000. This includes single-family homes, townhouses, and condos.

Condos tend to be at the more affordable end of the spectrum, averaging around $352,500. Townhomes are more expensive, averaging $721,000, and single-family homes are at the top of the range, averaging $800,000. These prices represent an increase of roughly 3.6% on last year’s values.

How is the rental market in Northern Virginia?

The rental market in Northern Virginia is very competitive due to its popularity, proximity to Washington, D.C., and high quality of living.

However, due to current high interest rates, very few homes are available. This is because people who would typically think of selling, such as recent retirees, are choosing not to buy new homes and, therefore, stay put. The result is a lot of competition for limited housing inventory.

What is the most expensive place to live in Northern Virginia?

Proximity to transport tends to be the biggest factor in pushing up home prices in Northern Virginia. The most expensive homes tend to be within a half-mile walk of a Metro station for a drive-free commute. McLean, Vienna, and Oakton are among the priciest areas.

Is now a good time to buy a house in Northern Virginia?

Despite being a seller's market, now is still a good time to buy a home in Northern Virginia. Inventory of available homes in NVA has been declining for several years, which has seen prices rise. There is no indication this will change in the near future.

This means that the sooner you can buy, the better, despite high interest rates. When interest rates do settle down, you can always refinance. The Northern Virginia property market will likely get more competitive when interest rates drop and more people can afford to buy.

How is the housing market in Northern VA & Washington, D.C.?

The housing market in Northern VA and Washington, D.C., are very competitive. The inventory of properties for sale is very low, with a huge demand from buyers looking for their next home.

As the number of government and private sector jobs in the region grows, and people prefer to stay put in NVA rather than move upon retirement, the market will likely get even more competitive, especially for desirable historic homes.

The best way to succeed in this market is to work with great Northern Virginia Realtors®. They know the market and will be able to help you make the most of it.

You Have Options With Northern Virginia Homes

Finding your dream home in Northern Virginia can be a daunting prospect but also an exciting one. There are so many varied options in the area that you’re sure to find multiple properties that excite you and tick all your “must-have” boxes.

But the Northern Virginia housing market is highly competitive, and things move quickly. The best way to ensure that you find and have a chance to look at housing options that meet your needs before they’re snatched up is to work with a dedicated real estate agent.

Meet the Darren Robertson team and get in touch.

Darren Robertson

Looking to buy or sell a home in Northern Virginia?
Contact me. Tel. (703) 462-0700

CLICK HERE! to Contact Darren Robertson via Email