1307 Titania Lane Listed for $1,249,000

1307 Titania Lane

A new listing hit the market in the McLean Hamlet. The home is located at 1307 Titania Lane, a two-level rambler with four bedrooms, three full bathrooms, and a two car garage on a .37 acre lot. This home is also available for rent at a price of $4,500 per month.


The list price of $1,249,000 is currently the highest in the neighborhood right now for an original (non-teardown) home.  The has been extensively renovated. Photos show that interior walls have been removed to open the main level floor plan, which features hardwood floors. The kitchen is now accented by pendant lights above an eat-in island with granite counters, and new stainless steel appliances have been installed. The bathrooms have been completely refinished with new tile and granite vanities.  The lower level of this home features a bump out addition off the back of the home with a wall of windows providing lots of natural light.  The addition has an added benefit of providing a terrace off the main level accessible from the dining area.

The original owner purchased the home in 1966 for just under $40,000. The home was purchased for $760,000 on September 16, 2016 according to the Fairfax County tax administration website.  That website states that the home was sold under “duress (liquidation, forced sale, etc). Tax records show the home was purchased by Hamlet Investment LLC, a corporation registered with the Commonwealth of Virginia State Corporation Commission with a principal address at 1305 Titania, the home next to this one.

Interested in this home or other opportunities to invest in the McLean Hamlet?  Contact me for details about homes in this popular neighborhood.

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