What $750,000 Can Get You in Northern Virginia Real Estate

11716 Blue Smoke Trail (via Google Maps)

With the constant chatter about the hot real estate market, we were curious: What can $750,000 get you these days?

Let’s take a look at some area homes that recently sold for (or around) $750,000 in the area. We’ll start here in Reston and work our way to other parts of Northern Virginia.

Reston

11716 Blue Smoke Trail

Specs:

  • Built: 1970
  • 4 BD/2.5 BA single-family home
  • 0.6 acres; 2,292 square feet
  • Features: Tw0-car garage, community pool

Sold: $750,000

Arlington

4621 6th Street S.

4621 6th Street S., Arlington (via Google Maps)

Specs:

  • Built: 1940
  • 3 BD/1.5 BA single-family home
  • 0.24 acres; 2,025 square feet
  • Features: Detached two-story garage, hardwood floors, large rec room, deep backyard

Sold: $750,000

Alexandria

16 N. Donelson Street

16 N Donelson Street (via Google Maps)

Specs:

  • Built: 1940
  • 4 BD/3 BA single-family home
  • 0.23 acres; 2,452 square feet
  • Features: Remodeled kitchen, large patio with natural gas fire pit

Sold: $755,000

Vienna

413 Orleans Circle SW

413 Orleans Circle SW (via Google Maps)

Specs:

  • Built: 1959
  • 3 BD/2 BA single-family home
  • 0.29 acres; 1,058 square feet
  • Features: Quiet cul-de-sac, fenced backyard, no HOA

Sold: $750,000

Ashburn

43059 Weatherwood Drive

43059 Weatherwood Drive (via Google Maps)

Specs:

  • Built: 1995
  • 5 BD/3.5 BA single-family home
  • 0.2 acres; 3,169 square feet
  • Features: Upgraded wood floors, large back deck, large rec room

Sold: $750,000

Fairfax

10225 Raider Lane

10225 Raider Lane (via Google Maps)

Specs:

  • Built: 1963
  • 4 BD/3 BA single-family home
  • 0.27 acres; 2,480 square feet
  • Features: Property backs to woods, large deck, remodeled bathrooms

Sold: $750,000

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