Single family homes in this price range that are close in are often in older, mature neighborhoods. Sometimes you can find newer homes on “fill-in” lots. This means there are no amenities because there is no community. Townhomes in prestigious areas such as McLean are available in this price range. As always, the further away from D.C., the lower the price. Expansive estate homes on acreage can be found in Stafford, Prince William, and Loudoun counties.
The average price of a single family home in Northern Virginia is in the 600s. These will be older homes, perhaps remodeled, depending upon location. Large townhomes close to D.C. can also be in this price range. Luxury townhomes can easily be in the 700s. The further away from D.C., the lower the price.
The average price of a townhouse in Northern Virginia is in the low 400s. The closer to D.C., the higher the price. The newer the home, the higher the price for similar square footage. If you go further out in Loudoun, Prince William or Stafford Counties you can find more single-family homes in this price range.
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