4 beds, 2 full baths
Home size: 1,937 sq.ft.
Lot Size: 8,176 sq.ft.
Added: 09/27/18, Last Updated: 10/01/2018
Property Type: Residential Detached for Sale
MLS Number: AX10357242
Subdivision: Ivy Hill
Make yourself at home in this charming bygone era Colonial near historic Old Town! Built on a large corner lot & enhanced w/prof. landscaping. Walk-in & admire classic features; HWF, chair rail, WBFP & arched doorways. Formal rooms encourage … [Read more]
Real Estate and Neighborhoods of Alexandria, VA
Alexandria dates back to the colonial era and many of the neighborhoods of Alexandria reflect that heritage. However, Alexandria is also home to newer and relatively new neighborhoods like the Carlyle District and Kingstowne. To learn more about these or other neighborhoods in Alexandria VA, surf through the tabs here.
Alexandria is a highly livable city with enviable amenities, culture and attractions. The Commonwealth of Virginia considers Alexandria an “independent city” which means that Alexandria is not in any county. However, parts of Northern Virginia have an Alexandria postal address, but are actually in Fairfax County. All this can be confusing for newcomers to the area, but we try to simplify this in our guide by organizing things so they make sense for the home buyer.
You won’t have to be a Virginia jurisdictional authority to find the home you want to buy, but start here for a primer on Alexandria.
It’s important to have a concerned, but objective, third party like Will Nesbitt help you stay focused on the issues most important to you.
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 VABoth 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.
If you have questions about this single-family residence in Ivy Hill, email Will Nesbitt. Will Nesbitt can also help you with these similarly priced homes around Alexandria, Virginia.