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1800 Old Meadow Rd #1003, Mclean, VA 22102
1800 Old Meadow Rd #1003, Mclean, VA 22102
1800 Old Meadow Rd #1003, Mclean, VA 22102
1800 Old Meadow Rd #1003, Mclean, VA 22102

Price: $395,000
1800 Old Meadow Rd #1003, Mclean, VA 22102

MLS #: VAFX1171734
Tax ID #: 0294 08 1003
Ownership Interest: Condominium
Association: Condo/Coop
Unit Entry Floor: 10
Structure Type: Unit/Flat/Apartment
Levels/Stories: 1
Unit Building Type: Hi-Rise 9+ Floors
Waterfront: No
Views: City
Garage: Yes
Beds: 2
Baths: 2
Above Grade Fin SQFT: 1,339 / Assessor
Price / Sq Ft: 295.00
Year Built: 1977
Style: Traditional
Central Air: Yes
Basement: No

Public: *** APPROVED PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE project will provide a bridge over the Capital Beltway for pedestrians and bicyclists, who currently have no easy way to cross the interstate at the Route 123 interchange. It will also involve the addition of a 4,662-foot-long, 10-foot-wide trail along the west side of Old Meadow*** You can not beat this location. Facing East, on the preferable side of the building away from the Beltway. Less than 1 mile to the McLean Metro Station and the new Wegmans this 2 bed 2 bath condo has it all. Located in the upscale Regency this gated community features outstanding amenities including 24-hour reception, outdoor patio space with grills, a dry cleaner, a convenience store, and an outdoor pool. The renovated light-filled home has an open living/dining area, a spacious kitchen with room for a table, and a large balcony with eastern facing views of the National Cathedral. This home offers an in-unit washer dryer, 2 assigned garage parking spaces, and extra storage. Enjoy easy commuter access to Tysons and DC via 123 and all of the restaurants, entertainment, and shopping that both have to offer. Next door to Sport & Health and close to downtown McLean with a Balducci’s, Total Wine, and other local conveniences.

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Negotiating Your Position

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The dilemma facing would-be buyers today is to wait until things settle down or move ahead in this unsettling economic environment. More specifically, the question should be, what are you waiting to settle down: mortgage rates, or prices or both? Mortgage rates...

Does high inflation discourage your from buying a home?

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Waiting for the Mortgage Rates to Come Down

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Downsizing Options

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Concessions Make Your Home More Marketable

Sellers offer concessions as an incentive to encourage buyers to purchase their home. The concessions, paid for by the seller, benefit the buyer in ways that may be more appealing than possibly, being able to purchase the home for a lower price. In some situations,...

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