Sleek, Contemporary, and Historic Charm: Virginia / DC Dream Homes
VIRGINIA / DC – The average selling price of homes in Northern Virginia is expected to continue its upward trend for the remainder of the year, but at a slower pace in almost all parts of the region.
The biggest increase in median single-family home prices will occur in Arlington due to low inventory, according to a new report prepared by the Center for Regional Analysis at George Mason University on behalf of the Northern Virginia Association of Realtors.
In the second half of 2021, the median price of single-family homes sold in Arlington is expected to increase an average of 16.4% year-over-year. The median price of single-family homes in Fairfax County is expected to increase 8.6 percent year over year.
Patch has assembled a collection of homes currently on the market in Arlington and Fairfax County, as well as other parts of Northern Virginia and Washington. You can find photo galleries of properties in the linked listings in each article.
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Waterfront Woodbridge Home has a private floating dock
This home has four full bathrooms, four bedrooms and a total of 4,483 square feet. One of the most remarkable features of the house is its location on the waterfront. On the Occoquan River, the house also has its own private floating dock.
Four-level Ashburn Home offers hot tub and cinema room
This Ashburn home features six bedrooms and five and a half baths. The luxury and amenities offered by the house extend over each of its four floors. From her formal dining room and home office to her owner’s suite and home theater, this home has something for everyone.