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3802 Chelsea Ct Alexandria VA :: $1,549,000 :: REBATE: $9,573
Full Baths: 5
Living Area: 4,285
Incredible price for completely renovated colonial almost 6,000 sq ft on 1/2-acre cul-de-sac. Mins from Old Town & 395. Hardwood floors, main-lvl master or inlaw suite + 2nd MBR on upper level. open kitchen & family rm, quartz counters, … [Read more]
GREAT NEW PRICE! Stunning custom all brick colonial located on a quiet cul-de-sac,featuring 2 story foyer,elegant room sizes & special amenities including elevator, whole house generator, circular driveway & 4 car garage. Beautifully landscaped … [Read more]
4 beds, 4 full, 1 part baths
Home size: 6,576 sq.ft.
Lot Size: 20,041 sq.ft.
Added: 02/15/17, Last Updated: 05/31/2017
Property Type: Residential Detached for Sale
MLS Number: AX9863566
The price of this listing has been reduced reduced by 10%
Welcome to this elegant Williamsburg Colonial located a stone’s throw from five major Alexandria schools! Featuring formal living and dining rooms, library, main level in-law suite with separate entrance, four bedrooms on the upper level; a … [Read more]
6 beds, 5 full, 1 part baths
Home size: 3,840 sq.ft.
Lot Size: 20,000 sq.ft.
Added: 03/24/17, Last Updated: 05/17/2017
Property Type: Residential Detached for Sale
MLS Number: AX9896297
The price of this listing has been reduced reduced by 4%
Inova Alexandria Hospital, formerly known as Alexandria Hospital, was established in 1872 by Julia Johns and other community citizens. This hospital was the first full-service hospital in Northern Virginia. Located at 4320 Seminary Road in Alexandria, VA. this 318 bed facility offers a Women's Center, Vascular and Interventional Radiology Services, Cancer Care, and Stroke Care.
Commander James S. Ward, well known as a scholar and an authority on tactics and gunnery, was the first Union naval officer mortally wounded after the outbreak of the Civil War. Ward was well known because, among other accomplishments, he was instrumental in establishing the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland.
At the outbreak of the Civil War, Union commanders understood that a Confederate blockade of the Potomac was a serious threat to the main supply line for Washington, D.C. As a result, a flotilla of seven Navy vessels under the command of James Ward were dispatched to protect the waterway for shipping. In the earliest days of the war, that flotilla was involved in an action to support the strategic redeployment of a small Federal force at Mathias Point. During this action a Confederate sniper shot Ward, and he died shortly thereafter.
One of these forts was named after Commander Ward, and today Fort Ward is the best preserved of this fort system. During the war, Fort Ward was the fifth largest fort defending the Capitol and thus deterred Confederate forces who never attacked its earthen walls. The Union Army abandoned the Fort in December 1865, and shortly thereafter any salvageable materials were sold at auction.
The land is now owned by the City of Alexandria. During the time of the war, the fort was a dusty (at times muddy) place, stripped of vegetation and armed with cannons. Today, it is a manicured oasis of greenery in the city of Alexandria.
On the grounds of old Fort Ward, Fort Ward Museum and Historic Site serves as a park, educational center and cultural remembrance for those who served here. The museum has exhibits on general Civil War topics as well as interpretive programs specific to Fort Ward and Alexandria during the Union occupation. Fort Ward can be entered at 4301 West Braddock in Alexandria, Virginia.
The Fort is located relatively close to Inova Alexandria Hospital and Episcopal High School. The surrounding area is a mixture of very high end housing, middle class housing and is located not far from Skyline and the condos near I-395. To search the surrounding area check out West End Alexandria.
Virginia Theological Seminary School is located on an 80-acre campus at 3737 Seminary Road, Alexandria, Virginia 22304. Virginia Theological Seminary is abbreviated VTS, but the formal name of the school is the Protestant Episcopal Theological Seminary in Virginia. VTS was founded in 1818 and is now is the largest accredited Episcopal seminary in the United States.
Virginia Theological Seminary
The seminary's primary mission is to form men and women for lay or ordained leadership and service in the ministry of the church. Out of its evangelical heritage and its missionary tradition, it emphasizes the life of prayer, worship and community, the ministries of preaching, teaching, pastoral care and social justice. It seeks to prepare its students as servants of Jesus Christ to equip the people of God for their vocation and ministry in the world. Although it is an Episcopal school, VTS also provides continuing theological education for clergy and laity of all denominations.
The seminary believes that theological education leading to ordination normally requires full-time study and full participation in its common life and worship. It also believes that theological education is greatly enhanced when it is done within an ecumenical, international and cross-cultural context.
The well-kept grounds of the VTS seem to make it a welcome neighbor has property values surrounding the seminary are steady and suggest desirability of the neighborhood.