8913 Gallant Green Drive, McLean

This past week, 41 properties were sold in Tysons Corner, McLean and Vienna, according to Homesnap.

These ranged from a $3.6 million six-bedroom McLean home with a 4,000-square-foot saltwater pool to a 1 BD/1 BA McLean condo that sold for $240,000.

A few of the recently sold properties include:

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

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Open sign (via Tim Mossholder/Unsplash)

If you’re in the market to buy a house in the area, you’ve got options to explore this weekend.

According to Homesnap, there are 141 homes for sale, with a median list price of $509,500.

Here are a few open houses taking place around the Tysons area this weekend:

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The real estate market is hot right now — so hot that many homes are selling over asking price. But that doesn’t mean we aren’t seeing some price reductions.

This past week, 22 homes in Tysons, McLean and Vienna were reduced in price, according to Homesnap. These included:

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

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Months after Virginia started lifting its mask restrictions, the once-ubiquitous face masks that were a defining symbol of the COVID-19 pandemic have started becoming more scarce. But with the delta variant starting to cause a COVID-19 resurgence, some are saying masks in public should make a comeback, even for people who have been fully vaccinated.

The delta variant now accounts for 83% of new COVID-19 cases reported in the U.S., the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimated earlier this week. The delta variant is more contagious than other strands of COVID-19 and could potentially have more severe symptoms.

In official channels, mask requirements have continued to ease up. The Commonwealth is set to let a statewide mandate on indoor mask wearing in schools expire on Sunday (July 25), though the state guidance remains that teachers, students and staff should still wear their masks indoors.

While the virus now appears to be almost exclusively spreading among unvaccinated people, some fully vaccinated people have continued wearing masks for a variety of reasons, from a desire to fend off other illnesses or to protect young children and other people unable to get a vaccine to concern about being judged.

Have you stayed in the habit of wearing a face mask, or does it depend on the setting?

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6816 Sorrel Street

This past week, 36 properties were sold across Tysons Corner, McLean and Vienna, according to Homesnap.

The most notable sale to make the list is a 7 BD/8.5+ BA newly constructed McLean home that sold for $8.5 million. It features over an acre of private gardens, a home gym, a private theater, an elevator and an outdoor pool.

Find more information below along with other recently sold properties in the Tysons area.

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

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Meet Major Z/Master Bruce, Tysons’ latest Pet of the Week. This sweet boy is very athletic but also loves cuddling up to you in bed each night (it’s hard to say no to those puppy dog eyes!).

Here’s what his friends at Lost Dog and Cat Rescue Foundation had to say about him:

Major Z/Master Bruce is a handsome, confident puppy by day and vigilante by night. In the weeks he has been with his foster, he has grown from being a puppy with explosive energy to the guardian of the house. He is fast and extremely athletic and has learned to catch a frisbee and balls with ease.

He loves his walks and is an explorer at heart. With big energy comes a bigger appetite, and Bruce is treat motivated and has learned commands like fetch, NO!, stay, sit and stand in a matter of weeks.

He will sleep on his bed, but every night he will ask you if he can climb yours and cuddle beside you. You can’t say no to him, because he has really mastered the puppy eyes weapon. He is overjoyed to see his foster dad every day when he returns home from the office, shaking with happiness and a wagging tail!

He is house-trained and only relieves himself outside when we are on the morning and evening walks daily. He did have a tendency to chew on his bed and playfully shred it, but that has changed with the right amount of toys and training.

From Bruce’s foster: ‘I feel really bad letting him go right when I’m able to converse with him and he tries to communicate with me. He has really left his paw mark in my heart. I’m sure he will be an amazing guardian to whatever lucky family he is destined to. It’s been an amazing journey with Bruce, and I will miss him with all my heart.’

Are you and Bruce the perfect match?

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7226 Vistas Lane, McLean (via Google Maps)

The real estate market remains busy with new homes hitting the market each day.

This past week, 39 new homes were listed across Tysons, McLean and Vienna, according to Homesnap, including:

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This past week, 31 properties were sold in Tysons Corner, McLean and Vienna, according to Homesnap.

These ranged from a $2.3 million six-bedroom McLean home to a $220,000 1 BD/1 BA condo.

A few of the recently sold properties include:

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

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Meet two of the “Sweet as Pie” kittens from 4Paws, Rhubarb and Apple.

Here’s what the 4Paws Rescue Team had to say about this duo:

Meet Rhubarb, one of our “Sweet as Pie” kittens! He is a friendly Siamese mix kitten. He was found under a dusty barn and he is learning the ropes of being an indoor kitty with his brother Apple, who he is bonded to and needs to be adopted with.

He loves pets, and is affectionate with his human fosters and brother. Though he may not be a lap cat, he loves to either snuggle up next to you or hold your hand. You may also find him hugging his brother while napping.

Meet Apple! This chocolate tabby kitten… quickly bonded with a slightly older foster kitten named Rhubarb and has become his shadow.

Rhubarb is teaching timid Apple that humans aren’t so bad. Apple is warming up to playing with all the toys he can get his little kitty paws on, and doesn’t mind head scratches and belly rubs when he’s sleepy. His brother, Rhubarb, must be close by or he gets anxious. We hope with lots of love and Rhubarb’s guiding paws, this playful kitten will come out of his shell quicker.

The kittens would do best in a quiet home or in a home that realizes they need to acclimate at a slower pace. They are being housed with older children right now.

Are you, Rhubarb and Apple the perfect match?

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