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Alexandria, Virginia is a vibrant community of neighborhoods overlooking the Potomac River just minutes from Washington, DC.   Historic Old Town is perhaps the best known Alexandria neighborhood combining Colonial architecture with a distinct mix of shops, restaurants, and entertainment options against a waterfront setting.  Read more about Alexandria real estate.

Alexandria Homes and Condos For Sale September 29, 2020
399
Listed
59
Avg. DOM
$420.24
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$729,900
Med. List Price
399 Properties
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Alexandria Recent Home & Condo Sales

Alexandria Recent Sales September 29, 2020
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Avg. DOM
$369.57
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$639,449
Med. List Price
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More About Alexandria Real Estate

Explore Alexandria's Neighborhoods

 Alexandria is made up of a diverse collection of neighborhoods offering a wide range of housing and lifestyle options. From historic colonial-era row houses in Old Town to a newer town home at Cameron Station,  there is a home for everyone in Alexandria. Commuters appreciate the convenience of Arlington and its access to the District via the Yellow and Blue Metro lines and the convenient access via both I-395 and the George Washington Memorial Parkway.

Significant newer employment centers including the Carlyle District and Potomac Yard offer the the opportunity to live where you work. The schools in Alexandria are a major draw for families and many use our website to search for homes within school districts like Hollin Meadows and Waynewood Elementary Schools.

Alexandria Neighborhood Directory

Located at the west end of Old Town adjacent to the King Street Metro Station, the Carlyle District and Eisenhower community is the contemporary counterpart to Old Town.  The Carlyle District is the premier mixed user commercial/residential/retail community in Alexandria and located within walking distance of major employers such as the USPTO and Federal Courthouse.  Del Ray and Arlandia attract artisans of all types to live, work, and shop in this colorful block, marked by an internationally recognized music hall.  The West End is also home to an eclectic mix of restaurants and boutiques interspersed with fine hotels and additional parking. 

While Alexandria is a walkable suburb, it continues to draw high-level professionals with its convenient location just minutes away from Ronald Reagan Airport and as the meeting point for three major interstates – I-95; I-395, and I-495.

Blog Posts About Alexandria
Old Town Alexandria Row Houses Are Steeped in History

With more than 1.5 million visitors every year, Old Town Alexandria is a popular tourist destination but also offers a historic setting in which to live, work, and play.  Its charming row houses ... Read more

Finding the Best Places to Shop In Alexandria

In addition to its rich history, Alexandria is also home to great shopping ranging from the more traditional retail malls to eclectic boutiques and one of a kind shops in Old Town. Potomac Yard ... Read more

Hollin Hills: Mid-century Modern Gem In Alexandria

In a region where center-hall Colonials and period homes dominate, Hollin Hills in Alexandria offers a vastly different aesthetic and history, contributing to its emergence as one of the hottest ... Read more

Northhampton Place: An Oasis of Luxury in Alexandria

Everything Residents Could Possibly Need Under One Roof Northhampton Place is a small oasis of luxury in Alexandria, Virginia, situated just outside of Old Town. Delivered in 2005, the ... Read more

Cameron Station in Alexandria Offers the Feel of a Gated Community

Cameron Station, located in the West End of Alexandria, Virginia, is NOT a gated community but residents who live there point to the sense of community and many amenities as giving the neighborhood ... Read more

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