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If you use Nesbitt Realty as your agent when purchasing 5614 Gresham Ln, Nesbitt Realty will pay you $2,018. If you’re buying in Centreville and forking over circa $439,900, you want to analyze the details of this 3-bedroom real estate.
BRING YOUR BOAT! BOAT SLIP CONVEYS! VACATION AT HOME overlooking the glorious Potomac River, walk to fine dining and pubs, or take your bike for a ride to Mt. Vernon – the bike path is right outside your front door! Beautifully renovated … [Read more]
Bright end-unit condominium townhouse in Brocketts Crossing. This south oriented home is sun-drenched and convenient to parking, DC, Reagan Airport, the many shops and restaurants of Old town Alexandria. Commuting to Dc is a breeze via the … [Read more]
Rarely available Shad Row end unit in Old Town! This bright and updated 2 bed/1 bath home is beautifully updated and well-maintained. Gorgeous hardwoods on all levels and freshly painted in soft, neutral gray. Enter into the living room, where … [Read more]
This modern and luxurious home, built in 2018, faces a grassy open area and park. The gourmet kitchen is the centerpiece of the main level. Classic touches run throughout. Enjoy the convenience of this end-unit townhome, located only minutes … [Read more]
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When it comes time to get a residence, many home buyers have a pretty clear idea of what they want to buy and how much they want to spend. If you've set your budget close to $1,200,000 and you're looking in 22314 you may want to call Julie Nesbitt to tour 504 Cameron St. Julie Nesbitt is a real ace in 22314 in the City of Alexandria real estate and would love to help you learn more about Old Town.
Are you looking for specialist clues for you to list a 4-bedroom Colonial, Contemporary-style end unit townhouse much the same as 421 N Columbus St in 22314 in the City of Alexandria? One reason sellers like to stage their end unit townhouse is because staged homes usually sell faster and for more money. What do professionals think you should do to make your end unit townhouse look as attractive as possible to home hunters?