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Buyer’s Guide to Real Estate in Alexandria VA’s Eisenhower Valley

Urban Chic meets Colonial Alexandria

Looking down from a condo tower in the Carlyle District

Bird’s-eye view from a condo tower in the Carlyle District

Eisenhower Valley describes an area in Alexandria Virginia along Cameron Run between King Street Metro and Van Dorn Metro. This area is also served by the Eisenhower Metro Station which is stop on both the Yellow and Blue Metro lines.

The east end of the Eisenhower Valley is dominated by the Carlyle District. The western end of the Eisenhower Valley is heads adjoins West End Alexandria and Franconia in Fairfax County.

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Map of Eisenhower West Real Estate for Sale

in Alexandria VA
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  • Map of Eisenhower West

    Eisenhower West real estate agents.
    The western end of Eisenhower Valley is located in and near the Van Dorn Metro.

    Eisenhower Metro station

    together with surrounding neighborhood
    • Map Tools & Tips

      Hover over any real estate peg to learn more information about the property. Click on a property to see full real estate details, more pictures and information. Call 703 765 0300 if you have questions about this or any real estate for sale in Northern Virginia.

      Other Map Tools

      You can alter the map's basic search criteria to build your own search if you click on any of the properties. Or check out one of these areas:

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    • Alexandria Real Estate Tools & Tips

      Alexandria VA is a great place to live.

      Alexandria is a great place to live.

      Alexandria is located on the banks of the Potomac River close to Washington DC and Suburban Maryland. The City of Alexandria dates back to the colonial era and many of the neighborhoods of Alexandria reflect that heritage.

      • More about Alexandria VA

        Both Old Town Alexandria and Mount Vernon have historic links to George Washington and other prominent historical figures. Beyond Old Town, Alexandria is also home for newer and relatively new neighborhoods like the Carlyle District and Cameron Station or Kingstowne.

        Alexandria is home to numerous non-profits and trade associations as well as the Mark Center. Many Alexandrians work in nearby Washington DC, the Pentagon, Andrews AFB or Fort Belvoir. Commuters from Alexandria are served by the Yellow and Blue Metro Lines. Alexandrians have easy access to the Beltway, I-395 and both Rt. 1 and the GW Parkway.

        Homes in Alexandria range from shiny new condos, to historic homes and waterfront mansions. From urban to suburban from luxury homes to budget homes, you can find it here in Alexandria VA.

        [ Read more about the neighborhoods of Alexandria VA ]

        Alexandria VA

        Alexandria VA is on the banks of the Potomac River.

      At the boundary of Arlington and Alexandria

      overlooking Four Mile Run

      This aerial picture shows older development, new development, high-rises and garden-styles all in close proximity to Four Mile Run. Four Mile Run separates Alexandria from Arlington and is the defining geographic feature of Arlandria.

      Arlandria straddles the border between Arlington and Alexandria VA.

      Much of Arlandria was developed between 1940 and 1980, although some homes and structures are newer or older than this. This area was originally a neighborhood who residents worked in the industrial areas near Potomac Yards train center and nearby industries in Old Town and Crystal City.

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        Over the years, the economy of the National Capital Region changed and most of the heavy and even most of the light industrial companies moved elsewhere. What remained became commercial centers, both retail and office, and the Arlandria neighborhood has changed as well.

        Where residents in the old days might have turned wrenches at the Torpedo Factory or managed boxcar traffic at Potomac Yards, today's residents are much more likely to be technology consultants or legislative aids. The sturdy old brick duplexes and garden-style condos are still here, but most of these homes have had significant updates, improvements and renovations. In addition, in-fill development, knock-downs and new condos have filled out most of the remaining real estate in Arlandria.

        Arlandia is just north of Del Ray at terminus of Mount Vernon Avenue. Some residents also call this neighborhood Chirilagua. Arlandia has many small shops and restaurants.

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      Masonic Temple framed by Carlyle District towers

      The neighborhood at the eastern end of Eisenhower Ave, closer to Old Town and the USPTO, is known as the Carlyle District. At the western end of Eisenhower Avenue one will find warehouses and businesses such as FedEx and UPS who appreciate easy access to the Interstate. Click Eisenhower West to search property at the west end of Eisenhower, near the Van Dorn Metro station.

      • More about the Carlyle Area

        Alexandria's Carlyle District

        On the east end, where Eisenhower Avenue approaches Old Town, you'll find the United States Patent & Trade Office and the high-end high-rise neighborhood of the Carlyle District. The USPTO is a complex of five buildings that accommodate more than 7,000 federal employees. Residents of the Carlyle District have easy access to the Hoffman Town Center at the Eisenhower Metro. The Carlyle District is an intriguing place to live because it's so close to the charm and amenities of Old Town, but is new and modern. Click Carlyle District to find properties listed for sale here.

        Carlyle District in Alexandria VA

        Carlyle is between Duke Street and the Beltway at the southern end of Alexandria VA.

      Del Ray is one of Alexandria's older neighborhoods. Del Ray was founded in 1894 as a "streetcar suburb" to Washington, DC. Most of Del Ray was built from the 1890's to the 1950's and retains that small town charm despite being so close to the center of the universe.

      • More about Del Ray

        Del RayQuaint streets with brick or stone homes are found on streets that branch off from Del Ray's arteries. At the heart of Del Ray is the main street: Mount Vernon Avenue. This where you'll find a hometown mix mix of shops, restaurants and hardware stores. Braddock Road Metro serves Del Ray and condos such as Colecroft are available here. Click Del Ray for a map of Del Ray and for listings of properties for sale in Del Ray. Or, click Del Ray for listings for sale in the Del Ray subdivision of Alexandria. Del Ray is served by the Yellow and Blue Lines at Braddock Rd. Metro Station.
        Del Ray is in Alexandria VA

        Del Ray is between Old Town and Arlandria in Alexandria VA.

      late winter in Old Town

      Old Town is full of shops, restaurants and attractions.

      Many people feel that Old Town is the heart of Alexandria VA.

      As the name implies, Old Town is the oldest part of Alexandria, a port in colonial times. Historic Old Town Alexandria is found along the Potomac, just inside the Woodrow Wilson Bridge and then north toward Reagan National Airport. Old Town is served by the King St. Metro and the King St. trolley. With over 100 restaurants, shops, boutiques, coffee shops, ice cream houses and more, there's always fun to be found in Old Town.

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        Old Town feels small town, upscale and touristy. For most folks there is a bit of prestige attached to an Old Town address. There are two high rises near the waterfront at the Alexandria House and Port Royal. Some folks call the Torpedo Factory condos the "flagship Old Town" because of their fantastic location.

        Old Town Alexandria has many townhouses, row houses and a smaller number single family homes. Click Old Town to search listings of properties in Old Town Alexandria.

        map of Old Town

        Historic Old Town Alexandria is on the Potomac River.

      Many communities and homes in the Mount Vernon District and Lee District of Fairfax County have Alexandria addresses. This area is sometimes called Lower Alexandria or Alexandria South because it's downriver and south of Old Town Alexandria. This area is mostly suburban and along the river is very upscale, but there are also high-rises and affordable homes in this area.
      Cameron Station cupola

      Cameron Station cupola

      The West End of Alexandria is a mixed bag. Condos and high rises abound in "Condo Canyon" near Landmark and Lincolnia.

      But single family and townhouse development from the 1950's and 1960's is also found tucked on side streets and around unexpected corners. The homes around and near Seminary Road are regarded by many as stately and highly desirable. Another interesting neighborhood in the West End is Cameron Station. Cameron Station is a newer development of townhouses and condos, but the stylings and architecture imitate the best of Old Town. Cameron Station is relatively close to both Landmark Mall and Old Town.

      • More about West End Alexandria

        Watergate exterior

        The Watergate at Landmark is one of many high-rise condominium communities in West End Alexandria VA

        The West End is well connected to Washington DC via I-395. The West End is the newest and largest part of the city. The West End has a diverse selection of restaurants and shops as well as Landmark Mall and several fine hotels. Fort Ward Park and Museum is found in the West End of Alexandria.

        Click West End for a glance at what's for sale and to see a map of the West End.

        map of West End Alexandria VA

        West End Alexandria offers some of the best value-priced homes inside the Beltway.

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    Stuart NesbittAbout the Author ---Stuart Nesbitt is a Realtor® licensed in the Commonwealth of Virginia. His office is located in Fairfax County near the City of Alexandria in Belle Haven. He was born and raised in Northern Virginia and attended Fairfax County schools. Call him at any time to discuss your real estate needs.

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