Not a day goes by that I don’t discuss the impact of Amazon with someone. The good folks are Urban Turf recently reported the statistics that show what is going on, on the ground, in Arlington, VA: “The Amazon real estate effect in Northern Virginia now seems to be affecting home prices. The median home sales price in Arlington shot up 20 percent in January. While it is impossible to specifically draw a connection between this rise in prices and Continue Reading
This home is for sale in Waverly Hills, North Arlington, at an asking price of $799,999. There is only one full bathroom on the main level, none upstairs. I promise my videos will improve!
We had the best time last week decorating Valentine heart cookies. I’m still recovering from the sugar shock! This was our inaugural event… look for it next year. It was such a success it’s definitely worth repeating. Thank you Village Sweet (in the Westover neighborhood of North Arlington) for providing such delicious cookies and beautiful sprinkles!
This 1920’s Four Square home in the Cherrydale neighborhood of North Arlington was updated/renovated by owner Architect in 2006, so creating the perfect blend of original charm and modern touches. This is the type of home many home buyers love. Also attractive is the fact that is offers a few special bonus touches that are rarely found and utterly charming: a Crows Nest bonus space over one bedroom and a separate guest/in-law cottage behind house with full bedroom and bathroom. Continue Reading
The appeal of an older home like this one in Lyon Village, completely renovated to current standards, attracts many home buyers. Located at 1714 N. Calvert St., it also happens to be located in one of North Arlington’s most desirable neighborhoods, Lyon Village. As described in the Washington Post a few years ago, Lyon Village is an appealing neighborhood for it’s charm, neighborly friendliness, and complete convenience. The asking price of this home on Calvert St is $1, 480,000, which Continue Reading
Even on a micro level, Arlington VA wins awards, (small but mighty) for its urban and transit planning. In this case, we’re talking about Veitch St. This well-used street in the Arlington zipcode of 22201 represents a major link between the shops and restaurants of the Courthouse neighborhood in North Arlington, and the bike trails that connect Arlington to Washington DC and farther out Fairfax County. Arlington received more than 1,000 votes for its road diet/protected bike lane project on Continue Reading
This has been all the talk for many, many months. Three sources this morning on the news that Amazon is coming (partially) to Crystal City, none direct from Amazon — that is expected tomorrow. Good news for my client who just purchased a beautiful home in Potomac Yard. Wall Street Journal UrbanTurf WSJ: Amazon HQ2 Announcement ‘Imminent’
OPEN SUNDAY, 11/11, 1-4pm Rare opportunity to own a beautiful, fully renovated, authentic mid-century gem with amazing views of wooded 1/2 acre lot from 2 levels! A stunning wood burning stone fireplace is the centerpiece of the home. Soaring beamed ceilings on the main level create a feeling of spaciousness and add character. The expansive open floor plan is perfect for today~s lifestyle. Owner made exquisite renovation choices in the kitchen and bathrooms. Hardwood floors throughout are in stellar condition. Continue Reading
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This is a good one! Located in a North Arlington neighborhood called “Garden City”, this home at 5250 26th St N fits perfectly! The very large lot, almost 1/4 acre, is deep and private, with beautiful and bountiful plantings and meandering pathways which create a zen-like retreat from the everyday hustle and bustle. Yet, if it’s hustle and bustle you seek, just go a few blocks to the Lee-Harrison Shopping Center, where you will find the buzzing hub of the Continue Reading