This is a sponsored post by Eve Thompson of Reston Real Estate.
Reston real estate sales continue to move along at a brisk clip with 27 properties going from PENDING to SOLD this past week.
For comparison sake, Herndon settled 16 properties, Sterling 19, Vienna 16 and McLean settled 10. There were nearly 50 more transactions in Reston than in neighboring areas.
Among those sold this week was a property that’s been on the market for just shy of two years: 11308 Stoneledge Ct. That eight-bedroom, 20,000-square-foot home on two acres went for $2.3 million — almost half of its original list price of 4,499,000.
Here are a few of the others that sold in the last week.
11336 ORCHARD LN. 4BR, 2.5 BA. List Price $599,000. Sold Price $589,500. Seller Subsidy $4,200
1675 PARKCREST CIR #101. 1BR, 1 BA. List Price $200,000. Sold Price $195,000. Seller Subsidy $8,000
1559 REGATTA LN. 3BR, 4.5 BA. List Price $999,475. Sold Price $1,000,000. Seller Subsidy $0
1573 WOODCREST DR. 2BR, 1.5 BA. List Price $324,000. Sold Price $324,000. Seller Subsidy $8,000
11407 FIELDSTONE LN. 5BR, 4.5 BA. List Price $879,000. Sold Price $875,000. Seller Subsidy $1,500
2301 HUNTERS RUN DR #2301. 2BR, 1.5 BA. List Price $217,700. Sold Price $210,000. Seller Subsidy $8575
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