In April, 2016, 97 homes sold between $4,150,000-$185,000 in the McLean and Falls Church area.
McLean Home Sales: April, 2016
In April, 2016, 102 homes sold between $857,000-$159,600 in the Oak Hill and Herndon area.
Oak Hill and Herndon Home Sales: April, 2016
In April, 2016, 30 Great Falls homes sold between $2,853,307-$415,225.
Great Falls Home Sales: April, 2016
In April, 2016, 86 Fairfax homes sold between $1,248,000-$156,000.
Fairfax Home Sales: April, 2016
In April, 2016, 24 homes sold between $1,279,937-$204,000 in the Chantilly area.
Chantilly Home Sales: April, 2016
In April, 2016, 97 homes sold between $1,850,000-$50,500 in the Clifton, Fairfax Station and Lorton area.
Clifton, Fairfax Station and Lorton Home Sales: April, 2016
In April, 2016, 120 Centreville homes sold between $925,000-$92,500.
Centreville Home Sales: April, 2016
In April, 2016, 45 Burke homes sold between $742,500-$145,000.
Burke Home Sales: April, 2016
In April, 2016, 264 Arlington homes sold between $2,391,430-$120,000.
Arlington Home Sales: April, 2016
In April, 2016, 231 Alexandria homes sold between $2,500,000-$83,000.
Alexandria Home Sales: April, 2016
The need for senior housing is becoming a consideration.
Like cities and towns everywhere, the City of Fairfax has a growing percentage of older residents.
Home transformation gives family of five more living space.
Mina Fies, CEO of Synergy Design and Construction, was recognized for remodeling a Reston townhouse that was built in 1968.
Local designers unveil recent projects and offer tips.
Lured outside by rising temperatures and blue skies, homeowners are deciding that it’s time to spruce up patios, gardens and other outdoor living spaces. Local tastemakers are hard at work transforming winter-worn al fresco spaces into lively oases in time for a season of warm-weather entertaining.
A visit to Tyler and Bess Abell’s garden.
Sometimes things are bound to grow on you. From an early age, Bess Abell (born Elizabeth Clements) knew that asparagus held an important place in the life of her family. Her mother was a great fan of the leggy vegetable, as was her father, Earle Clements, former Governor of Kentucky (1946-1950), who was an avid gardener and talented chef, too.
Clifton Community Woman’s Club’s event set for May 19.
The 44th Annual CCWC Homes Tour, Silent Auction & Book Signing, hosted by the Clifton Community Woman’s Club, will be held Thursday, May 19. Tour hours are 9:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. The silent auction and book signing with local authors is 9:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. the Clifton Presbyterian Church, with additional authors at Clifton’s Acacia Masonic Lodge.