New residential options are selling in Alexandria with the addition of the Brightleaf & Cooper upscale townhomes. In blending more historic-style architecture with modern conveniences, the 16 new townhomes enjoy contemporary luxury in Old Town.
A former Health Department building is being transformed into the nine townhomes of Brightleaf, while an accompanying parking lot has turned into the site of the seven Cooper townhomes. To further distinguish between the two, the Brightleaf townhomes will feature more contemporary designs while Cooper will offer more traditional, Old Town appeal to its future residents.
Ranging from around 3,900 to 5,000 square feet in size, the spacious, four-bedroom townhomes at Brightleaf offer open floor plans, including high ceilings, rooftop terraces overlooking Old Town, private elevators and landscaped yards. As well, the townhomes also come complete with a two-car garage.
Additional high-end features and finishes range from the quartz countertops and wide-plank wood flooring to the commercial-grade kitchen appliances. As well, other extras include a wine fridge, rooftop wet bar and dual laundry facilities for added convenience.
In comparison, the classically designed Cooper townhomes offer more than 3,000 square feet of living space, also with a rooftop terrace, private elevator and two-car garage. As well, the homes include a patio and rear-facing yard, a gas fireplace, and wide-plank flooring. Accented with custom Italian cabinetry and stone countertops, the townhomes of Cooper additionally offer a wine fridge and an abundant array of high-end fixtures.
The Brightleaf & Cooper townhomes sit mere steps away from some of the most favorable options of Old Town Alexandria, from the many restaurants and shops to the area’s contributing pedestrian-friendly lifestyle. In addition, the homes are within easy reach of public transportation, making it simple to travel throughout the rest of the surrounding region, and making Brightleaf & Cooper an even more desirable new location to call home in Alexandria.