There’s a reason why the old adage “location, location, location” has become an old adage. Location is everything, which is why this simple, repetitious phrase is the number one rule in real estate. According to the 2018 Home Buyers and Sellers Generational Trends report from National Association of REALTORS®, “quality of the neighborhood, convenience to job, and overall home affordability were the three most important factors to recent home buyers when choosing a neighborhood.” How does your home stack up? Our three new listings this week are each uniquely situated in their respective areas and well worth a visit.

10206 Wesley Chapel Road | Marshall
$874,000 | Listed by Michele Noel

5,483 SQFT | 5 BD | 5/1 BA | 27.26 Acres

This striking home sits on a generously sized plot in beautiful Fauquier County. With no restrictions and only a short trip to town, it’s an ideal location.

501 Bowers Lane | Herndon
$564,900 | Listed by Meredith Gurdak

1,660 SQFT | 4 BD | 2 BA | 0.52 Acres

A flat half-acre lot in the middle of Herndon, just moments from Old Town, offers tons of possibilities and is a rare find.


352 Shawnee Avenue | Winchester
$1,300 | Listed by Marcy Cantatore

1,300 SQFT | 3 BD | 2 BA | 0.14 Acres

The historic city of Winchester has so much to offer, making this rental a great spot for fun things to do without the DC metro area traffic.

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