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136 Cameron Station Blvd, Alexandria VA 22304 :: 3 BR // 2 BA // 1 HB // $645,000
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136 Cameron Station Blvd, Alexandria 22304

OVER 100K IN UPGRADES! Meticulously maintained and beautifully upgraded Jackson model with 3 bedrooms, 2 full and one half baths, English basement, one car garage and carport. Renovated kitchen with cherry cabinets, marble countertops and … [Read more]

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If you don’t know the West End from Old Town, we can help sort that out here! We’re also here to help in the neighboring communities of Arlington, Fairfax County and Falls Church.

Alexandria VA
Alexandria VA is on the banks of the Potomac River.

What is an ABR?

ABR is short for Accredited Buyer Representative. The Accredited Buyer’s Representative (ABR®) designation is designed for real estate buyer agents who focus on working directly with buyer-clients. Accredited Buyer’s RepresentativeWhen you work with an Accredited Buyer’s Representative you know that your rights are represented by a professional agent who is trained and experienced in handling the needs of buyers. There are four requirements which a real estate agent must meet to attain and use the ABR® designation:

  1. Previous and documented experience representing the needs of buyers and experience actually closing real estate sales.
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  2. Successful completion the Accredited Buyer’s Representative (ABR®) Designation Course.
  3. Successful completion of one of the ABR® elective courses.
  4. Membership in good standing in the Real Estate Buyer’s Agent Council (REBAC) and the National Association of REALTORS®.

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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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carlyle district w/masonic temple
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.

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105 ALEXANDRIA AVE W, Alexandria VA, 22301
House with wide frontyard

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.

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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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Mount Vernon, George Washington's estate on the Potomac
Mount Vernon, George Washington’s estate on the Potomac

The Mount Vernon District of Fairfax County is located in the southern part of Fairfax County along the banks of the Potomac and around toward Old Town Alexandria. Mount Vernon is one of nine magisterial districts in Fairfax County. The Mount Vernon area unofficially spans from Belle View Boulevard at the northern tip of the Fort Hunt area all the way down to Dogue Creek just across from Fort Belvoir. Many folk also refer to that part of Mount Vernon which is closest to museum and grounds of the Mount Vernon Estate and Gardens as Mount Vernon.

  • Lower Alexandria & Mount Vernon Neighborhoods

    A few neighborhoods in Alexandria of Fairfax County include:

    Locally, “Alexandria” generally refers to greater/postal Alexandria, while “City of Alexandria” refers to the jurisdiction of the City of Alexandria.

    Map of Mount Vernon
    Mount Vernon and Lee District are both part of Lower Alexandria—that part of Alexandria which is in Fairfax County.

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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.

| More about West End Alexandria VA | Alexandria school districts | Cameron Station | Landmark | Seminary Hill |

Here are a few featured subdivisions and condominium communities of Alexandria VA.

Goodness P. can also help you with these similarly priced homes around 22304 in Alexandria.

From $612,750 to $677,250

$650,000 at Cameron Station
$649,900 at Del Ray
$650,000 at Quaker Hill
$620,000 at Old Town Greens
$634,500 at Lynhaven
$649,900 at Quaker Hill
$649,500 at Dowden Terrace
$639,900 at Lynhaven
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