What's your budget? Can you afford $425,000? Or is your pre-approved price limit closer to $375,000? For an asking price of $407,000, you can call this place in Arlington County yours. If your purchase budget is roughly $400,000 and you're hunting condos in Arlington you may want to talk to Will Nesbitt to get more information about 1530 Key Blvd #517.
Come visit this renovated one bedroom condo at the amazing Atrium. Floor to ceiling windows, luxury vinyl flooring throughout, spacious kitchen opening into living areas. Open concept with a spacious bedroom, two closets, including a walk-in ... [Read more]
How Much Home Can You Get In 22209 For Around $407,000?
Are you wondering how much living area you can purchase for the same price as 1530 Key Blvd #517? The table below shows the sizes of other small places now available in 22209. All of these places cost roughly as much as 1530 Key Blvd #517.
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Will Nesbitt is an expert specializing in Arlington County real estate because he has a depth of knowledge about the local section and real estate market. Listings in Atrium were built in 1986. 1530 Key Blvd #517 Arlington VA 22209 has 1 bedrooms and 765 sqft. This condo is on the market for $407,000. Home buying in Arlington, Virginia doesn't have to be toilsome. A good agent knows how to take angst out of the equation. Nevertheless, a poor agent will only increase the hassle. Nevertheless, Will Nesbitt loves helping clients realize their dreams and it shows. He will help you avoid the pitfalls and will handle the details of home buying. For this reason, you can focus on the joy of finding your new home.
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