Alexandria, Virginia, is a historic neighborhood located just inside the beltway that at various times in its storied history has been an occupied city, a regional slave trading market, and the hometown to many famous American heroes and rebels. Today, the neighborhood combines elegant high-rise condos with rowhouses dating back to the 18th century. The cobblestoned streets in Old Town are home to buildings dating as far back as the 1600s as well as a mix of specialty shops and acclaimed restaurants that are frequent romantic getaways for metro-area residents. Alexandria is also a popular tourist day-trip alternative to the hustle and bustle of the Capitol.
While Alexandria is home to Oronoco, a luxury waterfront condo development, the area also offers some of the most affordable high-rise condo options in the DC metro area.
Alexandria is well-served by Metro Stations, including Braddock Road, Eisenhower Avenue, Van Dorn, Huntington, and the King Street stop.
Alexandria Condos And Homes For Sale
A former Army post is now sometimes referred to as the “nicest suburb in Alexandria”. The Cameron Station of today is a 101-acre planned community of single-family homes, townhomes, and ... Read more
While the homes may no longer be brand new, The Grove at Huntley Meadows has essentially aged like a fine wine. In other words, the neighborhood seems to be just as popular today as it was in the ... Read more
New condos are headed to Old Town Alexandria, with construction of the new Braystone development on King Street. The rare inclusion of new condos on this stretch of roadway means 31 new, luxury ... Read more
It’s not exactly one of DC’s top tourist hot spots, but Del Ray does offer a quirky type of comfort, surrounded by some great places to grab a bite to eat. Most neighborhood businesses ... Read more