Falls Church Neighborhoods: Courtland Park

April 20, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Courtland Park is a community of about 170 single-family homes. Located just north of Columbia Pike in Bailey’s Crossroads, the neighborhood is convenient to major commuting routes, such as Route 7 and Columbia Pike, and is less than three miles from the Ballston metro station.

Courtland Park has a walk score of 65, meaning it’s “somewhat walkable.” Eight restaurants are within a quarter mile of the community, including local favorites Moe’s Southwest Grill and El Gran Palenque. If you need your coffee in the morning,  you’re in luck — six coffee houses are within a mile, and five grocery stores are within a half mile.

Currently, no houses in the neighborhood are under contract or actively listed for sale in MRIS, our local MLS.If you’re looking to buy in Courtland Park, let us know and we can keep an eye on the neighborhood for you. And if you’d like to sell your Courtland Park home, we can help with that, too!

In the past year, eight homes changed hands in Courtland Park. They ranged in price from $250,000 for a three-bed, one-bath rambler to $724,000 for a colonial with six bedrooms, three full baths, and one half bath. The homes that sold sat on the market for an average of 46 days, and sold for an average price of $422,125. There was one short sale and one foreclosure among the properties that sold last year.

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Source: MRIS as of 4/20/2011. All information deemed reliable but not guaranteed.

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