Old Town Alexandria is a historic neighborhood that can be found in the city of Alexandria, Virginia, which is situated roughly to the south of Washington, District of Columbia. The neighborhood is renowned for its charming brick sidewalks and cobblestone streets, in addition to its assortment of historically significant buildings, including restaurants, stores, and museums. Old Town Alexandria provides a variety of amenities, such as several parks, waterfront promenades, and cultural institutions, such as the Torpedo Factory Art Center and the Alexandria Black History Museum, for both its residents and its tourists. In addition, the neighborhood is home to a number of well-known monuments, such as the George Washington Masonic National Memorial and the Carlyle House Historic Park. Rowhouses and apartments dating back to the 18th and 19th centuries make up the majority of the housing stock in Old Town Alexandria, which is a historic district. As of the year 2021, the real estate market in Old Town Alexandria is highly competitive, with a typical home price of approximately $700,000. The proximity of Old Town Alexandria to Washington, DC and the other attractions of the National Capital Region is one of the most noteworthy aspects of this historic neighborhood in Alexandria. The neighborhood is located just a few minutes' drive away from a number of major highways, as well as the King Street Metro station, which offers convenient access to the rest of the metropolitan region surrounding Washington, DC.
Old Town Gardens
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Old Town Alexandria
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Listing courtesy of McEnearney Associates, Inc.