So, What Has Been Happening with TOWNES AT CAMERON PARKE Real Estate Lately?

Townes at Cameron Parke Market Update January 2012

TOWNES AT CAMERON PARKE  is a popular townhome community just west of OLD TOWN ALEXANDRIA.

Conveniently located between the Van Dorn Metro Station (Blue line) and Eisenhower Metro Station (Yellow line), this neighborhood is sought after because of its proximity to public transportation (the Alexandria DASH bus stops in front of the neighborhood, on Eisenhower Avenue) as well as easy access to I-495.

Tucked away in the up-and-coming Eisenhower Valley, TOWNES AT CAMERON PARKE offers a variety of layouts and sizes, from 2 to 4 bedrooms on 3 or 4 levels with

Townes at Cameron Parke is a private enclave of approximately 229 garage townhomes tucked away in the up-and-coming Eisenhower Valley, about 3 miles west of Old Town Alexandria, offering a variety of home styles and sizes, from 2 to 4 bedrooms on 3 or 4 levels and 1 or 2 car attached garages. Prices range from the $400,000s to the upper $500,000s.

In 2011, a total of 15 homes sold in Townes at Cameron Parke sold.  The average settled price was $485,390, with prices ranging from a low of $390,000 for a 2 bedroom short sale to a high of $585,000 for a 4 story end unit with 4 bedrooms, 4 full and 1 half baths, backing to Lake Cook.

How does this compare to the previous year’s activity in the neighborhood?

In 2010, 21 homes sold, with an average sold price of $493,405.  Prices ranged from $418,000 to $585,000, remarkably similar to 2011 activity. 

Days on market ranged from 30 days in 2010 to 70 days in 2011.

If you are looking to buy or sell in Townes at Cameron Parke in 2012, contact me for the latest in market activity. 

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