Arlington has the most expensive real estate market in Virginia, according to a late 2012 report by Coldwell Banker. Here in Arlington, the average home surveyed costs more than four times as much as a comparable piece of property in Danville (the state's most affordable market).
This week, there are 77 homes for sale in Arlington listed at $1 million or more. We decided to sneak a peak at the five most expensive homes for sale right now. Click on the address to see the full real estate listing.
1111 N. 19th St. #3001—This 30th floor penthouse property at The Waterview includes two kitchens, four bedrooms, three baths (plus one half bath) and floor-to-ceilings windows with great views. It is listed for $6 million.
111 Chain Bridge Road—This home hasn’t been on the market in 55 years and is now listed for $6 million. It sits on 2.75 acres less than a mile from the McLean border with Potomac River views, four bedrooms and three baths. (Don’t let the McLean address fool you, it is technically inside the Arlington County line.)
2923 N. Glebe Road—This home has four bedrooms, four full and two half baths, two terraces overlooking a golf course, a separate dressing room in the owner’s suite and more. It is listed for $4,995,000. Note: 2927 N. Glebe Road and 2921 N. Glebe Road are also for sale in the same development.
1811 N. Nash St. #2311—Corner penthouse unit at Turnberry Towers, this home includes three bedrooms, three full baths and one half baths, floor-to-ceiling windows, a deck and a private elevator. The list price is $3,500,000.
3812 Military Road—This hillside Georgian Colonial home has five bedrooms, four full baths and two half baths, a library, a game room and an exercise room. It is listed for $2,995,000.
Looking for more? Check out the Arlington Patch real estate section here.