The weather may have turned cold, but the Tysons-area housing market has kept warm with plenty of activity over the past month.
According to data from Homesnap, there were 127 homes sold in Tysons, Vienna, and McLean in October, a slight uptick from the nearly 120 sales reported in September. The median sales price was close to $38,000 higher than the median list price of $500,000, as of the week of Oct. 31.
Here are some of the most expensive homes sold in the area in October:
- 1008 Pine Hill Road, McLean — 5 BD/4.5 BA single-family house — $6,000,000
- 822 Clinton Place, McLean — 5 BD/5.5 BA single-family house — $5,000,000
- 8121 Spring Hill Farm Drive, McLean — 5 BA/6.5+ BA single-family house — $4,650,000
- 7024 Arbor Lane, McLean — 6 BA/6.5+ BA single-family house — $4,500,000
- 1741 Dumbarton Street, McLean — 8 BA/7.5+ BA single-family house — $3,400,000
- 1102 Ingleside Avenue, McLean — 6 BA/5.5 BA single-family custom house — $3,235,000
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