Welcome to Del Ray! This cute condo, one block away from Mt. Vernon Avenue has everything packed into its quaint size. The finishes include brand new, hardwood flooring throughout, stainless steal appliances, farmhouse sink and 2 inch blinds. Concerned you won't have enough storage space? Don't fear, this condo conveys with a 5x7 storage cage in the basement of the building. This condo also conveys with a reserved parking space in the
Gorgeously remodeled Warwick Village end unit! Open kitchen, beautiful radiator covers, wood floors on main and upper levels. Main level with beautiful kitchen and updated fixtures, appliances and backsplash. Upper level features 3 bedrooms and a full bath - totally remodeled and made larger to accommodate bigger vanity by moving door back. Recently renovated basement is bright and spacious and features a walk-out to the patio and fully fenced
Beautifully updated home in the desirable Warwick Village! The main level is open, with an updated kitchen and spacious granite countertops that opens up into a large living area. The family room leads into a private fenced in backyard with a patio. There are three spacious bedrooms upstairs with a renovated bathroom. The basement has just been updated with new floors and paint and features a gorgeous fireplace. There is a full bathroom on the
Welcome home to 226 Guthrie Ave - truly a one-of-a-kind private oasis in highly sought-after Warwick Village. This picturesque end-unit townhouse has been recently remodeled in 2020 to fulfill every desire of today's lifestyle. Each detail has been thoughtfully planned to create a cohesive feeling of both serenity and practicality. Professional landscaping is absolute perfection, and includes: a custom Japanese Zen Hosta Garden, carefully
Gorgeous 4 bedroom/3.5 bath End Unit Townhouse in heart of Del Ray. This beautiful townhome features Master bedroom with ensuite bath, Updated eat-in kitchen with Top of The Line Granite countertops, Formal Living and Dining rooms, hardwood flooring throughout, recreation room, two wood burning fireplaces, SS appliances , Huge Basement with walkout level. Beautiful Patio and a deck that is perfect for entertaining, two private parking spots , a
All offer are due by Tuesday night 8 pm on August 11th. Location, location, location!!! Charming ground level 1 bedroom 1 bath being sold AS-IS. Condo needs some cosmetic work but has been priced way below market value to allow a fix up.Less than a mile from Amazon HQ2 and the new Metro Station coming in 2021. So close to Crystal City, Pentagon and Airport. Enjoy everything Delray has to offer with shops, restaurants and entertainment Easy
Move right in to this delightful end unit Del Ray row house. Totally updated featuring a sparkling white kitchen, new stainless steel appliances , spacious sun washed living room, 2 bedrooms, 2 full baths, warm hardwood flooring, new roof in 2016, finished basement with tall ceilings, built in cabinetry and tucked away home office is perfect for au pair or overnight guests. A professionally landscaped and fully fenced front and side yard with
Welcome home to this beautiful light filled duplex on a unique deep lot in the sought after Del Ray neighborhood. This two bedroom, two full bath home is conveniently located just blocks to shops, restaurants, playgrounds, pharmacy and weekend farmers market. This charming home has been freshly painted throughout and features hardwood floors on main and upper levels. The fully finished lower level features rec room with updated tile flooring,
Immaculately updated and maintained, this charming Del Ray two bedroom, two full bath rowhouse is just what you've been looking for in a home. Enter into the perfectly landscaped front yard and on to the shaded front porch. Enter the home and into the living room that features a wall of newer windows and feels light and airy. The living room easily flows into the dining room and kitchen. With updated fixtures and appliances, the kitchen and
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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