Charming, updated and superbly located Alexandria home. Close to Amazon’s new headquarters, trendy local restaurants and an active social scene - this renovated 2 bed 1 bath home features; refinished hardwoods, an updated bathroom, new Quartz kitchen countertops an undermount sink, new SS appliances and fresh paint. A new roof is scheduled for February 2021 installation. Additionally, a 2-year young HVAC system and new Water Heater assure
Investor alert / Fixer upper. Duplex / end unit ready for a full renovation. Great street in Del Ray! Walk to Mount Vernon Ave for tons of shopping, restaurants, events, and more! Walk to metro and future metro station.
Just waiting for your personal touch*** priced way below market value*** 3 level, Warwick Village Townhome! Open main level, hardwood flooring, beautifully open kitchen. Spacious light filled living/dining room combo. Three bedrooms and full bath on upper level, enjoy the lower level as is for megga storage or finish it off (full bath/bedroom)...... Fully fenced backyard w/ patio; very private for quiet evenings at home or morning coffee on
This is the one! Open floor with eat-in kitchen, dining space, stainless steel appliances, and soft-close cabinets. Custom designed kitchen with tons of natural light. Remodeled baths with tasteful finishes and custom stain hardwood flooring throughout. Great finished basement with wet bar, closet and walk-up basement. Can be used for entertaining or a third bedroom. New lighting and large rear patio for entertaining.
**FULLY RENOVATED** 2bed/2bath This home *HAS IT ALL* Open kitchen/dining room, hardwood floors throughout, stainless steel appliances, quartz countertop, gas stove, recessed lighting crown molding, fully finished basement with wet bar. Home has a serene screened in porch off kitchen/dining area *perfect for added outdoor living space* AND a covered porch on the front of the home. All updated appliances including *SMART* locks AND thermostat.
Updated 3 bedroom, 2 bath duplex in Del Ray only 2 blocks to "The Avenue." Open floor plan for today's lifestyle. The main floor boasts a large living room that easily flows into the dining room. The updated kitchen with granite counters and breakfast bar opens to dining room and sun porch that leads to private backyard! Lower level family room and storage with gorgeous full bathroom. Upstairs are 3 generous sized bedrooms and a full
27 W Wyatt, synonymous with charm. This home is full of character, with the original windows and wooden frames, the generous front porch providing an unobstructed view of the corner lot, and the tasteful bold trim inside. A three block walk down the street is Mount Vernon Avenue, your one-stop-shop for fantastic restaurants, shopping, and all the activities Del Ray has to offer. Meet your friends for an outdoor happy hour at Cheesetique, or
225 Aspen Street, tucked in the hills of Warwick Village, offers a peaceful sanctuary close to the unique vibrancy of Del Ray and Old Town. Within walking distance from your front stoop, Mount Vernon Avenue is full of shops and restaurants, in addition to countless activities - the weekend farmer's market for fresh fruits and veggies and seasonal art shows like Art on the Avenue are among the many community activities that make Del Ray a
Stunning three level, 3 bedroom 3.5 bath Del Ray townhouse. Just blocks to "The Avenue" with all the shops and great restaurants. Beautifully updated kitchen with all Stainless Steel Appliances, and baths throughout updated with ceramic tile, make this a wonderful turn-key ready option for new buyers. Located near the center of a wonderful HOA townhome location with a private front slate patio and lovely common courtyard space
This 1920s Bungalow makes one-level living simple, and on a corner lot in Del Ray, the location can't be beat! Settled between Russell Road and Mount Vernon Avenue, 26 W Del Ray gives you walking access to one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Alexandria. One block from Commonwealth Ave, featuring the E Del Ray Ave Park & Playground, Duncan Public Library, and Mount Vernon Elementary and Community Center. Two blocks further and
This townhouse is perfectly located less than 1 mile from Braddock Rd Metro and only 1 block from Mt Vernon Avenue in beautiful Del Ray! The home is being sold as-is because it is an estate and been in continual ownership since December 1986. Because it does need some updating, it is priced $100k less than the last townhouse sold in Cliff Gardens and the perfect opportunity for anyone who isn't afraid of a project. The home itself might need
Mount Vernon Ave, named after tentative routes to George Washington’s Estate, was laid out wider than all other streets and featured the largest houses. Now it is perfect for strolling and is Del Ray’s primary destination for food and shopping. There are too many good restaurants to choose from, but to name a few: Cheesetique, Evening Star Cafe, Bombay Curry Co., Dairy Godmother, and St. Elmo’s Coffee Pub. Of course, if you prefer to cook, Del Ray Farmers’ Market pops up every Saturday morning at the corner of Mount Vernon Ave and Oxford Ave, all year round. Additionally, on the first Thursday of May, June, July, August, and September, Del Ray hosts a free street fair featuring local eateries, artisans and musicians. The community is also referred to by some as “Well Ray,” for it’s expansive community of wellness-related business and for the residents that renew the demand for them.
Del Ray Property Values
A relatively young and originally working-class neighborhood, Del Ray is home to an incredibly unique mix of homes. The neighborhood is comprised primarily of single-family dwellings and has seen the construction of folk-Vicotrian houses, foursquares, bungalows, colonial and Tudor revivals and even some pre-cut homes from Sears & Roebuck Co. The pre-existing eclectic blend has lent itself well to the addition of duplexes, apartments, and condos. The strong and well-maintained sense of community certainly play a part in giving the mixture a sense of unity.
Del Ray Early Days
In 1894, development of Del Ray, along with several other neighborhoods began. They were originally conceived as planned communities outside the city limits of both Alexandria and Washington, DC. The communities became very popular among US Government employees. In 1906, Potomac Yards opened, causing a population boom, and by 1908, Del Ray, along with St. Elmo, Abingdon, Hume, and parts of Mt. Vernon were combined to form the incorporated town of Potomac, complete with its own mayor, council, police force and fire brigade. In 1930, once Potomac’s value had become fully evident, it was annexed by the city of Alexandria. At that time Potomac ceased to exist, but it now lives on as Town of Potomac Historic District.
Del Ray, “Where Main Street Still Exists,” is also known for being home to the first interurban streetcar in The United States. From the time of its inception and original planning, Del Ray was a haven for commuters, looking for affordable living arrangements with easy access to Alexandria and DC. With metropolitan areas to the north and south, the grid for what would become the town of Potomac was laid out in long blocks running east to west for easy access to the electric railway and the turnpike. Developers were so passionate about commuting that they offered a year’s worth of free commuter fare to anyone who built a house before November, 1894.
Del Ray Transportation & Location
Del Ray can be easily accessed by the Braddock Rd Metro Station on the Blue and Yellow Lines. Jefferson Davis Hwy (Route 1), which runs along Del Ray’s eastern border provides quick access to I-395 to the north and I-495 to the south.
Del Ray is just inland from the Potomac River and is shaped by W Glebe Rd to the north, Russell Rd to the north, Braddock Rd and the Metrorail tracks to the south, and Jefferson Davis Hwy to the east.
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