Identifying The Great Colonial End Unit Townhouse Like 2311 Commonwealth Ave?

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A Tudor-home can be a very fascinating choice for a buyer client in Northern Virginia. Photo of 2311 Commonwealth Ave A Colonial-style home is typically recognized by stucco with timbers on upper floors, facades that are dominated by one or more steeply pitched cross gables, cruck framing and wide, enormous stone fireplaces with very large hearths. Tudor architecture originally comes from late Medieval manors and buildings in England, Scotland, and other parts of the British Isles, including Ireland. Photo of 2311 Commonwealth Ave

Look at this intriguing Colonial-style end unit townhouse available at 2311 Commonwealth Ave in Alexandria.


2311 Commonwealth Ave, Alexandria 22301

Spacious three-level end unit townhouse in the heart of Del Ray! Move-in ready home has been updated, well maintained and freshly painted. Completely renovated kitchen with breakfast area and lots of storage. Separate dining room. Living room … [Read more]

Price: $745,000 : 2311 Commonwealth Ave, Alexandria, VA 22301
|| Beds: 4 || Baths: 3 || Half-Baths: 1 || Living Area: 1,296 || Days On Market: 0 ||
|| Del Ray || Buyer’s Rebate From Nesbitt Realty: $4,497 || MLS: VAAX238296

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Aubrey Nesbitt is a native of Northern Virginia who attended Virginia Commonwealth University. He is a veteran of the US Army and helps his family business by providing informational articles like this one. In addition to photography and blogging, Aubrey provides administrative support for the office. Aubrey is a service-disabled retired veteran and a part of our family. We give him the opportunity to work at the office and on the web as part of his recovery. The opinions and statements presented by Aubrey are his own and we don't necessarily agree with them.