The 100 block of Prince Street between S Union Street and S Lee Street is known as Captain's Row. This block draws its name from the sea captains who docked their ships at the Alexandria wharves and built their Federal-period row homes on this block of Prince Street. The cobble stone paved street replicates the way the street was paved by Hessian Soldiers taken prisoner in the Revolutionary War.
Recently Renovated, Circa 1780 Townhouse On Historic Captain's Row. Restorations Include Newly Restored Brick Facade, New And Restored Windows, New Roofs, New Ceilings Revealing The Original Beams In The Walk-out Basement. Restored Plaster, Moldings, And...
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