Take a look at the most expensive listings currently on the Alexandria, Virginia market. These properties range from a $4.5 million single-family home with coffered ceilings to a $3.5 million condo with amenities galore. The median listing price for a home in Alexandria is $475,000, so expect some stunners. Below, check them out, listed from most to least expensive.
With an asking price of $4.85 million, this is the most expensive listing currently on the Alexandria market. This colonial was built in 1997 and comes with hardwood flooring throughout, multiple fireplaces, and a two-car garage. There are a total of five bedrooms and seven-and-a-half bathrooms located across the property's 7,662 square feet.
Wide hallways, a heated mudroom, and a guest cottage are some of the highlights of this Alexandria single-family home. It also features coffered ceilings, built-ins, and a wood-paneled library. To top it all off, the eight-bedroom, seven-and-a-half-bathroom listing provides a massive kitchen with an island that has a built-in sink. The asking price totals $4.5 million.
Next up on the list is this 4,822-square-foot single-family home with seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms. This stunner offers a pool, marble kitchen, and covered porch with a fireplace. There is also a guest suite located above the listing's detached garage. To nab this home, the price is $3.995 million.
This three-story Alexandria property was built in 1945, but renovated in 2008. This renovation doubled the size of the home, causing it to now span 6,673 square feet with five bedrooms and six bathrooms. Some of the best parts of this $3.795 million listing include its built-ins, coffered ceilings, and tray ceilings.
For $3.5 million, homebuyers can purchase this Alexandria condo with amenities like a pool, gym, and yoga classes. For families, there is also a kids' playroom, while for those who are a little more active, the property is located near parks and a bike trail. The listing comes with three bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms in 3,054 square feet of space.