In June, 2015, 123 Fairfax homes sold between $1,020,000-$174,900.
Fairfax Home Sales: June, 2015
In June, 2015, 31 homes sold between $950,000-$50,000 in the Chantilly area.
Chantilly Home Sales: June, 2015
In June, 2015, 102 homes sold between $1,320,000-$128,000 in the Clifton, Fairfax Station and Lorton area.
Clifton, Fairfax Station and Lorton Home Sales: June, 2015
In June, 2015, 144 Centreville homes sold between $1,154,015-$154,000.
Centreville Home Sales: June, 2015
In June, 2015, 96 Burke homes sold between $660,000-$140,000.
Burke Home Sales: June, 2015
In June, 2015, 354 Arlington homes sold between $3,650,000-$7,000.
Arlington Home Sales: June, 2015
In June, 2015, 269 Alexandria homes sold between $2,675,000-$104,000.
Alexandria Home Sales: June, 2015
Events in Alexandria & Mount Vernon this week.
Summer brings out scam artists.
An elderly widow recently answered the doorbell in her suburban Mount Vernon home. Standing on her porch was a stranger who offered tree care services and noted that he had worked for a neighbor across the street. The man then added that limbs on a large maple behind her house posed a danger to her and her house.
Holy month strengthens spiritual core.
Visit any area mosque these days and it’ll be abuzz.
Alexandria boasts several Ethiopian restaurants well worth your time and money.
ASO, fireworks highlight festivities.
The City of Alexandria celebrated its 266th birthday July 11 as more than 15,000 people enjoyed food, music and fireworks at Oronoco Bay Park.
Eve’s a homeowner who lives in a historic, beautiful home that was built in 1893. This fits Eve, a former model and caterer who is gracious, poised, and looks 20 years younger than her 77 years. Originally from Michigan, Eve came to visit D.C. in the 1960s and was taken with its charm. She finally moved in to Old Town in 1996. She loves the compliments the city receives. She worked at Mt. Vernon for 11 years, and often heard visitors from around the country say: “This town is so great I want to live here!” Even her son in law who lives in Connecticut regularly comments: “You live in the most charming city in the United States.” And she agrees.
County health officials urge residents to learn about Lyme disease and how to protect themselves when they are outdoors.
The Yu Crew, LLC, a Potomac-based public relations agency, walked away with some of the public relations industry’s and association’s top national awards last month. Its principal, Pattie Yu, has been a longtime resident of Potomac.