Arch Hall is a residential complex that captures all the charm of Old Town. The red brick complex is located in Old Town South. Built in 1987 the townhouses at Arch Hall feature updated amenities and private patios with some units having bay windows. Residents can take advantage of the courtyards which surround the condos. Continue reading
St. Asaph Square Condo is garden style condominium located between Green Street and Jefferson St in Old Town. The red-brick 4 story condominium complex comprises of 108 units with loft size, one and two bedrooms. Units at St. Asaph Square comes with indoor/underground parking and storage space. Residents can also take advantage of amenities such as outdoor pool, common grounds, picnic area and elevator. Continue reading
Portner House is a mixed use residential community located along St Asaph Street in Alexandria. Commonly called Portner’s Landing the community is built on the site of a Civil War era brewery. The community compromises of 20 four story brick town houses located in the Brewery and 36 condominiums located in Portner House. Townhouses feature 3 bedroom with 3.5 bathrooms with rear entry 2 car garages while condominiums feature 2 bedrooms with 1.5 bathrooms. Continue reading
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The Towns at 1333 is a newly developed residential community located along Powhatan Street in the historic Old Town Alexandria. Constructed in 2018, the development offers 18 four-story townhouses with layouts of 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms complemented by kitchen, 2 car garages and rooftop terrace. Continue reading
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Old Town Village is a townhouse-style condominium complex located in Old Town Alexandria near Carlyle District. Built in the mid 1990s on the site of the former located of the Norfolk and Southern Railroad, the residential community offers a combination of beauty and convenience to its residents. Continue reading