With so many condo-style homes going up across the Northern Virginia region, it can really make a buyer consider one’s home-purchasing options. Is buying a single-family home still a good investment? An article from Money Crashers outlines a comprehensive list of pros and cons. The pros of a single-family home purchase? “A bigger yard, no shared walls or floors (so party hardy), privacy, room for stuff, and room to grow.” Often times, the last two on that last cause buyers to regret their purchasing decision. Consider your options carefully – and while you do, check out two of our newest listings, both stunning single-family homes in two great locations.

12944 Crews Ct | Bristow
$515,000 | Listed by Tamara Harrison

3,336 SQFT | 5 BD | 3/1 BA | 0.24 AC

Talk about turn-key! This home has been impeccably kept in top-notch condition, with several upgrades and updates over the past two years. Among them are flooring, roof, water heater, blinds, and soothing neutral paint throughout.

928 S Samuel St | Charles Town
$245,000 | Listed by Josh Beall

3,124 SQFT | 3 BD | 2/1 BA | 0.4 AC

So fresh and so clean! This is an ideal property on a generous lot. The interior has been freshly painted and features a stunning kitchen with quartz countertops, shaker cabinets, and stainless steel appliances.

Also listed this week

16067 Waterford Creek Cir | Hamilton
$249,900 | Listed by Shannon Casey

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