Julie Nesbitt works real estate in Alexandria, Virginia and can help you too. There's a lot to like about this condominium in the City of Alexandria . But is it the right home for you?
Your agent's dream in this real estate brief is to help you determine your preferences, so that you can move forward in your real estate search. You have a lot of options in Alexandria even if you're only focusing on 22304. Can you afford $195,000? Or is your budget closer to $145,000? If you can afford $245,000, should you pay $245,000?
Is the transportation network important to you? We'd be happy to tell you more about the Metro and transportation options close to Pavilion On the Park.
Do you prefer hardwood floors? Do you prefer carpet or ceramic? Maybe floors aren't a big concern for you.
Do you like brick condos? Do you prefer brick or siding? What type of siding?
How important is it that you stay in 22304? Have you considered neighboring areas?
Do you need a handicap accessible condominium? Do you like steps?
What Subdivisions In Alexandria Have Similarly-Priced Condominiums?
Ownership Condominium•priced between $170,000 to $220,000
Condo fee covers all utilities. 1 bedroom, 1 bath condo with views of Alexandria. Only about 7 miles from the Amazon HQ2. Unit located on the preferred quiet side of the building. Hardwood floors throughout, large master bedroom with a walk-in closet, washer/dryer in the unit. Separate storage room. This unit comes with 2 parking passes to park downstairs, first come first served. Seller is selling his additional assigned parking garage space separately for $15K. The garage space has an additional condo fee of $49 monthly. Very close to I395/1.7 Miles to Van Dorn Metro Station. Walking distance to Van Dorn Plaza for coffee shops, restaurants and other shops. [Olympus – $190,000]
Tremendous Opportunity to Own Property in Convenient Alexandria for Under $200,000! ALL UTILITIES, HEAT AND AIR CONDITIONING PLUS BASIC CABLE INCLUDED IN THE LOW CONDO FEE! The Community Amenities Include an Outdoor Pool, Party Room, Tot Lot, Playground, Recreation Center and Laundry Facilities. This Community Is Within Walking Distance to Shopping, Restaurants and More Plus This Building Has a METRO BUS STOP Out Front So Commuting and Transit is Just Steps Away. Close to Rt 395, the Beltway and Two Parking Spaces in Convenient Parking Lots are Included for an Easy Commute to Washington DC, Crystal City, Pentagon or Tysons Corner. Large 2BR in Alexandria * Large Master Walk-In Closet * Extra Storage Unit * Pets OK * Generous Private 3rd Floor Balcony * Completely Freshly Painted Throughout * Complete New Carpet and Flooring Throughout * Eat-In Kitchen Plus Dining Room * Move In Ready! [Mayflower Square – $188,500]
Outstanding & Private Ground Floor 2 Bedroom 1 Bath Condo In Saxony Square. Condo Fee Covers All Utilities! Fantastic Alexandria Location Close To Metro Rail & Bus Service. Short Walk To Holmes Run Park. Hurry! FHA/VA Approved [Saxony Square – $199,900]
When Your Schedule is Unusual
Finally condo owners and renters who have an unusual schedule may have a great deal of difficulty functioning in a condo complex. This includes, but is not limited to, residents who work a night shift and sleep during the day. The unusual schedule kept by these residents makes them more prone to being disturbed by other residents who assume everyone residing in the complex sleeps at roughly the same time.
Unfortunately residents in this situation may have to make an effort to make their living situation bearable. While discussing the situation with the neighbors is certainly worthwhile, it is unrealistic to expect the neighbors to remain exceedingly quite during the daytime hours. Many residents do chores such as vacuuming during this time which can resonate in a neighboring condo. However, asking the neighbor to do these types of activities in the evening is not feasible because the neighbor would likely be disturbing a number of other neighbors by doing so.
This is why the condo resident with the unusual schedule is often required to make changes to make the living situation workable. This may include purchasing and using earplugs while sleeping or investing in a white noise machine which can help to drown out ambient noise and make the environment more conducive to sleeping. Additionally, the condo resident with the unusual schedule should make an effort to be quite during hours in which they are awake but the majority of neighbors are likely sleeping.