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    Top 5 Luxury Home Sales for 2014 (so far!)

    Isn’t it fun to see how the other half lives?  I hosted an open house for a home in Springfield last weekend that, no joke, had a closet bigger than my bedroom.  I love looking through the luxury listings (a girl can dream, right?) so I thought I’d share with you the five most expensive homes in Fairfax and Loudoun County that sold within the first two weeks of 2014.

    1) Fairfax Station, Virginia

    • List Price: $2,470,000
    • Close Price: $2,250,000
    • Bedrooms: 7
    • Bathrooms: 9.5
    • Fun Fact: the HOA fee is only $13 per month … say what?  Also, this home was on the market for 827 days (about two years and three months)

    Fairfax Station


    2) McLean, Virginia

    • List Price: $1,899,000
    • Close Price: $1,850,000
    • Bedrooms: 4
    • Bathrooms: 5.5
    • Fun Fact: this property is actually a townhome … now THAT is a luxury townhome!



    3) Oakton, Virginia

    • List Price: $1,795,000
    • Close Price: $1,700,000
    • Bedrooms: 5
    • Bathrooms: 5 full, 2 half
    • Fun Fact: this Tudor style home has a two story library, complete with a spiral staircase


    4) McLean, Virginia

    • List Price: $1,640,000
    • Close Price: $1,480,000
    • Bedrooms: 6
    • Bathrooms: 6 full, 2 half
    • Fun Fact: this home has an enormous “rain shower” in the master bath.  Sounds like heaven!



    5) McLean, Virginia

    • List Price: $1,599,000
    • Close Price: $1,500,000
    • Bedrooms: 4
    • Bathrooms: 4.5
    • Fun Fact: this property has a stunning pool … I won’t even show you a picture, because we’ll all get bummed out that it’s not ours.

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    Whether you are in the market for a luxury home or a cozy condo, I would love to represent you!  Get started with your Northern Virginia home search by clicking here.

    – Casey Menish, Realtor
    (571) 426-8567
    The E4Realty Group of RE/MAX Gateway – 42365 Soave Drive, Suite 200, Ashburn VA 20148

    **Photos and listing information courtesy of MRIS (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc)

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