CLOSE IT! House of the Week: Ballston Living for Millennials

CLOSE IT! House of the Week: Ballston Living for Millennials
Ballston, VA Living

Calling all millennials who want to experience city life but don’t want to live directly in the district. We have a beautiful, spacious two-bedroom, two in a half bathroom condo with a den, located in the heart of Ballston-Virginia-Square which is listed for $735,000.  

This high rise has over 1,300 square feet and is move-in ready with granite kitchen counter tops, fresh paint, new carpet, a stackable washer/dryer plus two garage parking spaces, perfect for a roommate or significant other.

It’s full of amenities to include a pool, fitness center, and a party room. All of your friends can come to visit you because you are walking distance from Ballston and Virginia Square metro stops. You’ll be able to enjoy happy hours, dinners, and late night strolls of the city or even Uber to D.C. to sightsee or club hop. 

Assuming you put down 5 percent on a conventional loan, your cash to close numbers would be approximately $51,021. Monthly mortgage payments will then be approximately $3,112. For a more complete picture of what your cash-to-close figures would be for this condo, view the CLOSE IT! Web version or download the free CLOSE IT! iOS app.

Don't forget to tell your agent that you want to close with Federal Title & Escrow Company because home buyers save up to $750 by ordering closing services online. Read further here about ways to save at closing.  

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