Seven Details From 22314

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We’ve been telling buyers that 22314 can be a great neighborhood.

  1. Many were built in 1977.
  2. Middle school children at 22314 attend George Washington, Jefferson-Houston, and Minnie Howard Middle Schools.
  3. Properties in 22314 typically do not have basements.
  4. Ballou Senior, T.C. Williams, and Thomas Jefferson High Schools serves 22314.
  5. Properties in 22314 typically have 1 to 8 bedrooms.
  6. The average above grade living area in 22314 is 1,496 sq.ft.
  7. Properties range from $172,900 to $5,850,000.
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114 Cameron Mews

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION. Steps to Alexandria's waterfront boardwalk and four parks and in the heart of Old Town Alexandria. Glorious light filled end unit in sought after Cameron Mews comes with one reserved parking spot. This 3 bedroom, 3 full and 2 half bath residence, features a delightful rose garden with a water feature…a perfect space for relaxation and outdoor dining. Updates include new windows from top to bottom, new French doors leading out to the brick patio, newly remodeled primary bathroom, remodeled guest bath, New HVAC units in 2019, new hot water heater in 2018. This beautiful brick colonial townhouse has HOA fees of only $83/month! Exit from the patio onto Cameron Street and take a one minute walk to the waterfront, King Street’s Starbucks, many restaurants and all Old Town has to offer! Must see this perfectly located jewel! [Cameron Mews - $1,260,000]   SOLD!

Historical changes to come for the Old Dominion Boat Club

Through the years on my many strolls through Old Town, I have passed by the Old Dominion Boat Club. As a member of the of the Mount Vernon Yacht Club I knew of the 133 year old club and the longstanding pride this organisation holds. Founded in 1880 the Old Dominion Boat Club is the oldest boating club in Virginia. While originally created as a social club with a focus on a sports and physical fitness, the club is prides itself on the charity events and scholarships it provides to Alexandria high school students. Knowing a location change is in the works for the ODBC, my husband and I stopped in to enjoy a light dinner and take in the panoramic views of the Potomac River.