Real Estate Sales & Rental Info At And Around Canal Place in Old Town Alexandria

Find A Great Deal On An Affordable Smaller 0-Bedroom Beside A Metro In 22301 In Alexandria

I specialize in helping home buyers find engaging residences listed at Braddock Rd. Metro Station in Alexandria . Photo of 306 Commonwealth Ave #5 Our list of highlighted condos begins with this condo at 306 Commonwealth Ave #5 Alexandria VA.
Kim Nesbitt
Kim Nesbitt
  • If you use me as your home buyer agent, Nesbitt Realty will rebate you about $489 at closing.
  • Condos in this community were built around 1946.
  • 306 Commonwealth Ave #5 is for sale for $200,000.
Our buyer rebate is paid to the purchaser at closing. If your lender allows it, that money can be used toward your down-payment or can reduce the price of the home. Of course, certain limitations and exclusions apply and these will be disclosed in your representation agreement or when you contact us. [Learn More About Our Rebates To Buyers]

Located on a gorgeous tree-lined street in the heart of highly desirable Rosemont, nestled by a private, quaint patio entrance is 306 Commonwealth Ave #5. Welcomed by natural sunlight, a walk-in closet, and a cozy amount of living space, you ... [Read more]

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Living Area-min: 1 sqft
Living Area-min: 404 sqft
Area: Metro Braddock Road
Beds-min: 0
801 N Pitt St #420

801 N Pitt St #420 - 0 beds, 1 full baths

Home size: 384 sq.ft.

Subdivision: Port Royal Condominium

Added: 09/16/21

Property Type: Condo for Sale

Price: $209,900

Last Updated: 11/18/2021


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