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Nesbitt Realty is never pushing you for the bigger purchase. Instead, Nesbitt Realty wants to help you find the most compatible place for your budget. The median age of homes in Middletown is 15 years old. 120 Meadow Trace Ln Middletown VA 22645 is in Meadow Trace and the 22645 Zip code and is currently advertised for sale for $525,000. This detached home has 2,261 sqft of above grade living area. In fact, the dream time to purchase in Middletown is entirely subjective. Hence, if you find the great home now, don’t risk losing it because you’re trying to guess where the housing market in 22645 in Frederick County is headed. You can find another newer 4 bedroom property for around $525,000 to compare below.
is available, if you would like to view a newer 4 bedroom property for around $525,000 not unlike any of the homes below. 120 Meadow Trace Ln is a newer 4 bedroom property for around $525,000.
$525,000 |-| 4 BR |-| 2 BA |-| 0 HB |-| 2,261 SQFT |-| 120 Meadow Trace Ln Middletown 22645
|-| Meadow Trace
Come enjoy this beautiful and charming 4 bedroom 2 bathroom Rambler with an oversized 2-car garage located near Middletown, VA. Nestled in the Meadow Trace neighborhood, this home is near Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park. … [Read more]
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How Much Home Can You Get In Frederick County For Around $525,000?
|Mid-Sized (1501 to 2,000 sqft)
|Large (2001 to 2,500 sqft)
|Big (2501 to 3,000 sqft)
|Very Large (3001 to 4,000 sqft)
Are you wondering how much living area you can purchase for the same price as 120 Meadow Trace Ln? The table above shows the sizes of other homes now advertised for sale in Frederick County. All of these homes cost about as much as 120 Meadow Trace Ln.
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Communities In Frederick County Around $525,000
All the communities in this table have detached homes available which are about the same living area as 120 Meadow Trace Ln. Why identify areas like this? Because, by comparing some communities, a home shopper can appreciate what is in truth available in Frederick County.
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In addition, Nesbitt Realty rebates a portion of our commission to our clients. We can save money our buyer clients $2,696 on the featured home in Meadow Trace. To stop by this detached home email buyers agent Nesbitt Realty
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Nesbitt Realty Top Ten
It’s so hard to pick just ten … and even harder to rank them. Nesbitt Realty’s favorite communities, in order of preference:
- Luray – Hands down winner. I like the price, the community and the choices.
- Fort Valley – Fort Valley is beautiful, but in some ways a little too remote.
- Huntly – Huntly and the nearby area is beautiful. The prices are a little higher in Rappahannock though.
- Linden – If I needed to commute to Northern Virginia daily, this might be my first choice.
- Toms Brook – Shenandoah Valley living through and through.
- Mount Jackson – Small town living with gorgeous views of the valley.
- Shenandoah – I love the price and the small town feel.
- Washington – Picturesque quaint town surrounded by farmlands and beautiful countryside, what’s not to like — except the price.
- Rileyville – Couched between the parks and the South Fork, this is great place to buy.
- Winchester – A fun little city with so much to do and so many choices.
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