The median home value in Occoquan, VA is $441,000.
the county median home value of $401,500.
The national median home value is $277,796.
The average price of homes sold in Occoquan, VA is $441,000.
Approximately 52% of Occoquan homes are owned,
compared to 41% rented, while
7% are vacant.
Occoquan real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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**Amazing price for this fabulous townhouse-style condo with its own elevator in historic Occoquan. Perfect for aging in place as you enjoy your retirement with water activities on the river, shops and restaurants steps away and a lovely park at the end of the street with many events including concerts, trivia nights, crafts festivals and more. Living here is like being on vacation while being at home! Enjoy this luxury property near the water with its own boat slip. It is convenient to so much. It also provides a unique chance to own an investment property with tenants in place until 1/31/2025. Buyers can plan their retirement out now to move in later while collecting rental income. It is an easy commute from DC and also to Fort Belvoir making it a great location for military tenants. It is also convenient for employees at Amazon HQ2 or Tysons who are looking for a home in a vacation environment. It is a quaint community in the heart of historic Occoquan. Located in the charming town with shops, restaurants, art studios, and waterfront activities. It comes with a deeded boat slip (#8) on the Occoquan River. There are also kayak rentals steps away and a public launching ramp nearby. Easy boating just steps from your front door. The home has a private elevator. There are 3 convenient covered parking spots in back. There are many events and festivals in Historic Occoquan. There are trivia nights and free concerts at River Mill Park in the summer. You can own a home in a charming small town and yet be close to the big city. There is so much beauty and nature. Occoquan Regional Park is nearby as well as the Workhouse Art Center. So many things to do and opportunities to develop new hobbies.