Reston Real Estate: Just Sold

Just Sold

This is a sponsored post by Eve Thompson of Reston Real Estate.

There were 10 properties in Reston went from Pending to Sold last week.

That’s fewer than I had anticipated given how much activity the market has been showing. In that same period, 30 properties went under contract. The weekly sold numbers should begin to climb as properties work their way through the contract process.

Here are the houses that sold this past week.

11630 Ivystone Court #3A1. 3BR, 2.5BA. List Price $355,000. Sold Price $339,000. Seller Subsidy $7,400

11128 Glade Drive. 3BR, 2.5 BA. List Price $529,000. Sold Price $525,000. Seller Subsidy $8,000

11966 Heathcote Court. 3BR, 2.5BA. List Price $379,000. Sold Price $375,000.Seller Subsidy $4,000

11627 Stoneview Square. #21-C. 3BR, 2BA. List Price $199,000. Sold Price $197,000. Seller Subsidy $1,000

1305 Windleaf Drive. #G. 2BR, 2BA. List Price $335,000. Sold Price $325,000

11069 Saffold Way. 4BR, 2FB, 2 HB. List Price, $434,000. Sold Price $430,000. Seller Subsidy $10,750

1598 Poplar Grove Drive. 2BR, 1.5BA. List Price $346,950. Sold Price $344,950. Seller Subsidy $0

12025 New Dominion Parkway. #LL103 2BR, 2 BA. List Price $645,000. Sold Price $615,000. Seller Subsidy $0

11928 Barrel Cooper Court. 4BR, 3.5BA. List Price $375,000. Sold Price $375,000. Seller Subsidy $11,000

2192 Glencourse Lane. 3BR, 3.5BA. List Price $445,000. Sold Price $443,000. Seller Subsidy $0

Visit Reston Real Estate for more info on homes for sale in Reston.

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