It was a busy month in real estate — 122 homes were sold across Tysons, Vienna and McLean.
As of March 28, Homesnap reported that the median sales price is $490,000, and properties are spending an average of 127 days on the market.
Let’s take a look at five of the most expensive properties sold this past month:
- 6800 Sorrel Street, McLean
10 BD/10.5+ BA single-family home
Sold: March 18 for $4,856,450
- 1144 Langley Lane, McLean
7 BD/6.5+ BA single-family home
Sold: March 11 for $3,950,000
- 1308 Rockland Terrace, McLean
5 BD/5.5 BA single-family home
Sold: March 17 for $3,760,000
- 879 Spring Hill Road, McLean
6 BD/9.5 BA single-family home
Sold: March 29 for $3,525,000
- 8115 Spring Hill Farm Drive, McLean
5 BD/5.5+ BA single-family home
Sold: March 17 for $3,200,000
In the market? Check out the latest in Tysons area real estate.
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