Shopping For Your Best Buy On A 19th-Century Home Not Far From King St. Metro In The City Of Alexandria

If you're reflecting on the thought of real estate in Alexandria and your budget is about $2,700,000, here are several 19th-century options to choose from.

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This featured property is at 1020 Prince St Alexandria VA.

  • Homes in this section were built around 1810.
  • The residences in this community are masonry traditionals with an average of 2,363 sqft of living space.
  • 1020 Prince St is available for $2,700,000.
  • The subject property has been available 100 days, but the average days on the market in this section is 93

Photo of 1020 Prince St

Dig into the details! Ask me to tell you about the roof, the sewer, the foundation. I can recommend a licensed home inspector who will give you the answers to important questions like these . . . and questions you haven't even thought of yet.
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Gracious, detached historic brick residence with large private side garden, covered veranda with brick patio, and 2 car garage with alley access. This distinguished home is entirely free standing with private brick walled gardens that run the … [Read more]

More ideas at King Street Metro

Andrew Patton's Recommendations For Shoppers With A Budget Around $2,700,000

504 Queen St

504 Queen St $1,075,000

1006 Cameron St

1006 Cameron St $1,495,000

611 Queen St

611 Queen St $1,985,000

707 Prince St

707 Prince St $1,500,000

110 S Columbus St #A

110 S Columbus St #A $849,000

Andrew Patton I’m a local expert on Northern Virginia real estate. I recommend that purchasers try to maintain as much control over your transaction as possible. Carefully choose your Agent, choose your title company and choose your mortgage lender. Get recommendations. Interview potential industry professionals and choose the person who will call you back and who you can work with.

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Andrew Patton was born and raised in Northern Virginia. After attending college at East Carolina he moved to Alexandria. He is licensed in the state of Virginia and specializes in homes in Northern Virginia. Andrew has been practicing Real Estate for over 4 years and has a lifetime of experience in the area,