All The Charm of Old Town Alexandria VA
Arch Hall is a condominium community located in the South Eastern Quadrant of Old Town Alexandria VA. Located only seven blocks south of the church George Washington’s family attended in Old Town South, the Arch Hall condominiums pair historical depth with modern convenience. Built in 1987, most of these condos feature updated amenities, to include hardwood floors, granite countertops, and modern stainless steel kitchen appliances. Select units even boast bay windows.
Surrounded by beautiful, walled courtyards, the redbrick Arch Hall condos offer a sanctuary to its residents. Residents enjoy a security gate, assigned parking and well-maintained, private interior sidewalks and private patios.
Arch Hall condos are only a walk from Old Town shops, restaurants, grocery stores, and of course, the Potomac River. Commuters can walk to the King Street Metro, or hop on the nearby George Washington parkway to head to D.C. or Arlington. Arch Hall is also neighbors with the Little Theatre of Alexandria, Jones Point Park, and Marina Park.
Arch Hall condominiums are named for a nearby historical structure which in 1950 and 1951 was painstakingly disassembled and then fifteen miles south. The original Arch Hall now sits on a 140-acre site overlooking Belmont Bay on the Mason Neck peninsula, Fairfax County. Today’s Arch Hall condos are sited seven blocks south of the church George Washington’s family attended and just inside what were once the original boundaries of the District of Columbia in Old Town Alexandria. The brick walled courtyards have the feel of Old Town with modern conveniences inside the home.