The 200 block of Prince Street in Old Town is known as Gentry Row. These original late 18th-century rowhouses offer a glimpse of the Georgian and Federal architectural styes that were popular after the Revolutionary War. Prominent residents of Gentry Row have included William Fairfax, one of Alexandria's founding trustees, and Dr. James Craik, who served as Surgeon General during the Revolutionary War.
Located On Gentry Row, This Block Has Been Described As The Finest Example Of 18th Century Townhouse Architecture In Old Town Alexandria. (old Alexandria: Where America’s Past Is Present). This Home And Its Unique And Classic Features Reaffirm That Designa...
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