Real Estate & Rental Information About Watergate & Old Town Alexandria

Budget Residences In 22312 Selling For $219,800

Julie Nesbitt has lined up curated choices for home hunters thinking about units in Alexandria, Virginia. Photo of 426 N Armistead St #T2 This property is located at 426 N Armistead St #T2 Alexandria VA.
  • The subject property has been advertised for sale 1 days, but the average days on the market in this neighborhood is 27
  • 426 N Armistead St #T2 is listed for sale for $219,800.
  • The neighborhood is served by William Ramsay Elementary School, and T.C. Williams High School.
  • Homes in this section were built around 1965.
  • 426 N Armistead St #T2 is located at Mayflower Square in the 22312 ZIP code.
Photo of 426 N Armistead St #T2 Our buyer rebate is paid to the buyer 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] Here’s what the listing agent is saying:

Ground level (no stairs to enter!) TWO bedroom condo with low condo fees that include all utilities! Two convenient entranceways into this affordable home with an attractive floor plan. Lots of natural light and the bedrooms are located on … [Read more]

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Julie Nesbitt's Findings For Home Purchasers Investing Close To $219,800

301 N Beauregard St #511
301 N Beauregard St #511 $177,000
301 N Beauregard St #718
301 N Beauregard St #718 $259,500
493 N Armistead St #T2
493 N Armistead St #T2 $219,900
301 N Beauregard St #1414
301 N Beauregard St #1414 $213,000
301 N Beauregard St #711
301 N Beauregard St #711 $185,000
5801 Quantrell Ave #311
5801 Quantrell Ave #311 $199,000
483 N Armistead St #302
483 N Armistead St #302 $175,000
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