If you are looking for an entry-level small 2 bedroom property for roughly $500,000, 1600 N Oak St #1501 should probably be on your list. But it's not the only small 2 bedroom property for roughly $500,000 you'll want to investigate in 22209 in Arlington.
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If you're thinking about a small 2 bedroom place of residence for roughly $500,000, then you're going to want to think about square-footage.
How Much Does A 945 Sqft} Condo Comparable To 1600 N Oak St #1501 Cost In Arlington, Virginia?
1600 N Oak St #1501, Arlington VA was recently listed for sale and is on the market for $489,900. So, you may want to take into account this condo (depending upon your prequalified spending limit). On the other hand, consider that the average living area of places in Arlington County is 1,541.
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$489,900 ↔ 2 BR ↔ 2 BA ↔ 0 HB ↔ 945 SQFT ↔ Arlington22209 VA
The best bang for your buck along the Orange Line! Two bedrooms and two full bathrooms plus a sunroom for under $500,000! This condo was just freshly painted and outfitted with new light fixtures to go along with new Pergo Arden Blonde Hickory ... [Read more]
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