Do you want to learn more about real estate in the area near and inside the Beltway?
2451 Midtown Ave #1122 in 22303 in Alexandria may be a most compatible section for some buyers. Above all, you’ll want to get some basic considerations about the area to know if this is the home for you.
Real Estate Considerations About Fairfax County
9480 Virginia Center Blvd #412
- The median age of homes in Fairfax County is 35 years. 2451 Midtown Ave #1122 is 14 years old.
- Fairfax County has an average price per square foot of $375
. Nevertheless, 2451 Midtown Ave #1122 is $402 per sqft.
- The average days on market in Fairfax County is 54 days.
- The average living area in Fairfax County is 2,459 sqft. In contrast, 2451 Midtown Ave #1122 has 805 sqft of living area.
- Did you know that brick is the most common type of exterior in Fairfax County?
is the least expensive
home in Fairfax County. 9480 Virginia Center Blvd #412
is listed for $1,800. But, 7979 E Boulevard Dr
is the highest-priced
home in Fairfax County. 7979 E Boulevard Dr
is asking $60,000,000.
What is more, this information is deemed accurate but not guaranteed. Nevertheless, this information will change. What is true and accurate today, 06/07/2021, will not be entirely accurate tomorrow or the day before. Check with Alan Clerinx for the latest real estate data from Fairfax County about condos like 2451 Midtown Ave #1122.
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I'm Andrew Patton
. I'm a full-time Realtor specializing condominiums in 22303. I believe 2451 Midtown Ave #418 is a very interesting condo in Alexandria . It's probably a good value. However, I can't recommend you buy this property right now. That's because, my goal isn't to sell you this property. My goal is to find the right property for you.
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