Real Estate Sales & Rental Info At And Around Alexandria Knolls

Locating A Best Possible Unit In Northern Virginia?

Photo of 5300 Holmes Run Pkwy #1012 Nesbitt Realty is a tireless real estate professional working every day in and around 22304 in the City of Alexandria. 5300 Holmes Run Pkwy #1012 is just listed and looks like a good buy in many ways. But it's not important to me that my client buy this unit, or any particular condo in Alexandria. Rather, it's more important to me that I do what's right for my client. Let's hesitate to study your essentials so that you can realistically learn if buying a $245,000 unit in Alexandria, Virginia is for you. Have you taken the time to list and prioritize what you want from a unit in Alexandria? Photo of 5300 Holmes Run Pkwy #1012 To get what you want, you need to know what you want. For example:
  1. Is a view important to you? Do you want a water view or a waterfront condominium?
  2. Is the cooling system important to you? Did you know that this neighborhood's most common cool systems are central a/c?
  3. What type of heating system do you prefer? Electric? Maybe you like natural gas or the warmth of an oil furnace? The most typical heating system in this enclave is forced air.
  4. Is the transportation network important to you? We'd be happy to tell you more about the Metro and transportation options not far from Greenhouse.
  5. Homes around 5300 Holmes Run Pkwy #1012 were built around 1975. Do you prefer an older established neighborhood or a newly built condo?

How Many Bedrooms Are Available In Similarly-Priced Condominiums For Sale In 22304

1 5 Active
2 15 Active
3 1 Active

How Big Are Similarly-Priced Condos On The Market In Alexandria?

Tiny (1 to 600 sqft) 3 Active
Smaller (601 to 700 sqft) 10 Active
Small (701 to 1,100 sqft) 21 Active
Modest (1101 to 1,500 sqft) 19 Active

Similarly Priced

525 N Armistead St #103
Recently renovated with new granite, new carpet, fresh paint throughout! Brand new master bathroom completely renovated from ground zero! Parking lot level unit for easy access, very few stairs, yet windows are high above ground level due to the foundation layout providing extra security. New stove and microwave! Condo fees cover ALL utilities! Great location for easy commuter access into the city. [Saxony Square$244,900]
6301 Stevenson Ave #311
This charming one bedroom with den is a must see. The unit is freshly painted with new carpet and bathroom flooring, but retains some of its original charm (which you will love)! Floor to ceiling windows and sliding glass door lead you to a huge balcony with front facing views. Open layout with the ability to close in your den for privacy when needed; Large owners suite and full bath; In Unit laundry and a large kitchen with granite counters. This beauty is nestled right in the amenity rich Olympus, close to everything Alexandria has to offer. This condo comes with one assigned garage space and additional storage unit. [Olympus Incl$234,990]
6300 Stevenson Ave #104
Welcome home to this meticulously maintained condo in the city of Alexandria! Beautiful maple toned hardwood floors throughout. Extra large main bedroom with an enormous custom-built walk-in closet. Spacious second bedroom also features a custom-built walk-in closet. Abundant storage space within the home plus an additional storage unit available upon request. All stainless-steel appliances in the kitchen with a brand new oven. Plenty of counter and cabinet space and a newer washer and dryer. Enjoy some fresh air on the private balcony that feels as though it is on the third floor. The community amenities include an outdoor pool, tennis courts, fitness center, sauna, play ground, community room, bicycle storage, dog run, dry cleaner and a convenience store. The condo fee covers most of the utilities (except plug in devices) and basic cable for one TV. Conveniently located just half a mile from I-395, 15 minutes from DC, 2 miles from Van Dorn Metro station and surrounded by countless shops and restaurants. [Sentinel of Landmark$248,000]
Realtor Julie Nesbitt
Julie Nesbitt

Review your docs

Ultimately, you’ll want review your condo documents, charter and by-laws to determine exactly how your condo association interprets its domain.  Rest assured, a condo owner will have more to maintain than a renter, but significantly less responsibility than the owner of a single family residence or townhouse.

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