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Just sold (list price vs. final price): Sept. 9, 2021

703 Ware Street SW, Vienna

This past week, 25 properties were sold around the Tysons area, according to Homesnap.

As of Sept. 5, the median list price for homes on the market was $499,500, and the median sales price was $575,000. Additionally, homes are spending an average of 111 days on the market.

To get a closer look at these numbers, let’s take a look at a few properties that were sold this past week, including their original list price, final sales price and days spent on market.

  • 1350 Woodside Drive, McLean
    6 BD/6.5+ BA single-family home
    List price: $2,995,000
    Final price: $3,000,000
    Under contract 10 days after hitting market
  • 703 Ware Street SW, Vienna
    6 BD/5.5 BA single-family home
    List price: $1,699,999
    Final price: $1,750,000
    Under contract 2 days after hitting market
  • 6802 Langley Springs Court
    4 BD/3.5+ BA single-family home
    List price: $1,600,000
    Final price: $1,550,000
    Under contract 4 days after hitting market
  • 1211 Summit Road, McLean
    3 BD/3.5 BA single-family home
    List price: $1,150,000
    Final price: $1,175,000
    Under contract 6 days after hitting market
  • 7360 Eldorado Street, McLean
    3 BD/2.5+ BA rowhome
    List price: $789,999
    Final price: $800,000
    Under contract 3 days after hitting market

In the market? Check out the latest in Tysons area real estate.

Image via Google Maps

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