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Last week, UrbanTurf took a look at the neighborhoods in D.C. with the highest prices per square foot in 2014. This week, we’re moving to the suburbs, where square footage is a less reliable measure of exclusivity. Instead, we’re using median sales price data to gauge the priciest zip codes in Northern Virginia.
Using data from RealEstate Business Intelligence, we compared the median sales price in Northern Virginia zip codes from January-September 2014 to January-September 2013. Here’s what we came up with:
Median sales prices eclipsed $1 million in just one zip code this year: 22066, the zip code that includes Great Falls. 22066 was followed by 22101, or McLean, where home prices settled at $980,000. McLean was most recently featured on Business Insider’s Richest Neighborhoods in America list. Both Great Falls and McLean have seen slight price growth over the last year.
22027 or the zip code that encompasses Dunn Loring is third most expensive zip, and has shown the largest level of growth over the past year, with prices increasing by about 15 percent to $901,250. Rounding out the list are the usual suspects of North Arlington, Vienna, Westover and Falls Church.
Note: Certain zip codes were excluded due to low sales volume data.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/the_priciest_zip_codes_in_northern_virginia/9193
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