Old Town Village Real Estate: Prices, Pictures, Facts and Map

Townhouse-style condos in Alexandria near the Carlyle District in Alexandria VA

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Residents of Old Town Village enjoy a convenient Old Town location but enjoy modern amenities in townhouse-style condos that were built in the modern era.

Old Town Village is is a combination of beauty and convenience in a historical neighborhood. Old Town Village, established in 1998 on Old Town Alexandria’s south side near the Carlyle District, contains 155 townhomes and 125 townhouse-style condos.  Old Town Village is a short  walk from Whole Foods store and many restaurants and shops. Old Town Village also provides convenient living for commuters as its near the Capital Beltway, the Woodrow Wilson Bridge and U.S. Rt. 1.

History fills Old Town Village, which is the former location of the Norfolk and Southern Railroad. Years ago, developers considered the land unsuitable for commercial or retail spaces, but that changed after testing the land in the area and beginning construction of the homes in the mid 1990s.

Old Town Village features homes and condos with Victorian, Georgian and colonial architectural design. Amenities include a clubhouse, a recreation center, a swimming pool and many neighborhood events and activities. The replica Roundhouse building reflects the history of Old Town Alexandria and provides a place for town gatherings and events.

Old Town Village is located at the corner of Duke Street and South Henry Street. There are a total of 155 townhomes and 125 condominiums.  The Old Town Village has many amenities for everyone, that include:

  • Pool
  • Recreation Center
  • Clubhouse
  • Picnic Area

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Rental Hunting

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Rental hunting can be very daunting for some potential renters. Often the variety of options available to these renters is a source of overwhelming frustration for the renters. With so many appealing options it can be difficult to choose just one. However, there are some tips which can help to ease the process of apartment hunting. The process of finding the perfect apartment can be broken down into three simple steps.

  • The first step is to set a budget.
  • Talk to an agent who will research all available options.
  • Your agent can help you comparison shop to determine which option is the best.

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    The best way to update a property is to paint it. It’s a job that many sellers can do themselves.

    Here are six suggestions for making the work go quickly.

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    1. Move the furniture. Get as much furniture as possible out of the way, and then cover what’s left with plastic drop cloths held in place with masking tape.
    2. Buy good paint. Top-quality latex interior paint will hide what’s underneath and make the job go faster.
    3. Tape the edges. Taping the edges with painters tape will speed up the job and make the results more professional.
    4. Work top down. Paint the ceiling first, then the walls, then the windows and trim and finally the baseboards. This will cut down on time spent repairing drips and splatter marks.
    5. Cut in the corners. Applying a three-inch band of paint around the edges will allow you to fill in the middle with a paint roller.
    6. Apply paint generously. Trying to stretch the paint won’t save sellers any money if they have to repaint.

    Source: Paint Quality Institute (09/21/2010)