This is a sponsored post by Eve Thompson of Reston Real Estate.
Even with a holiday week last week, we managed to get 29 houses sold in Reston.
Home prices in this group of newly sold listings ranged from $1,650,000 for a Midtown condo to $188,000 for a Northgate Square condo. Average days on market was down to 21, an improvement of just over seven days.
Here are some of the most expensive and least expensive houses that sold in Reston this past week.
1400 NORTHGATE SQ #21A. 1BR, 1 BA. List Price: $188,750. Sold Price: $188,000.
11990 MARKET ST #1412. 3BR, 3BA. List Price: $1,650,000. Sold Price: $1,650,000.
2037 ROYAL FERN CT #21B. 2BR, 1BA. List Price: $208,000. Sold Price: $201,000.
2003 UPPER LAKE DR. 4BR, 3.5 BA. List Price: $850,000. Sold Price: $850,000. Seller Subsidy $5,000.
1203 BISHOPSGATE WAY. 7BR, 6.5 BA. List Price: $1,450,000. Sold Price: $1,500,000.
12154 PURPLE SAGE CT. 3BR, 1.5BA. List Price: $340,000. Sold Price: $340,000. Seller Subsidy: $4,350.
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