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1011 N Washington St, ALEXANDRIA

4 Beds, 4½ Baths, 6,900 SqFt
Prominently located in Old Town North, Liberty Rows luxurious Manor House welcomes you with its sophisticated, architectural design and highly desirable historic charm. The impeccable workmanship in this spacious home is reflected throughout all three finished levels. On entrance you are greeted with gleaming hardwood flooring and decorative crown molding throughout. The lavish living room is accessorized with a beautiful crystal chandelier,

13 Bakers Walk St #carlyle Lot 602, ALEXANDRIA

4 Beds, 3½ Baths, 2,976 SqFt
The townhomes at Robinson Landing are now over 92% sold out. This to be built Carlyle home will be ready for early 2020 move in. 4-level elevator townhome with rooftop terrace, loft, Snaidaro cabinets, Thermador/Bosch appliances.

618-622 N Washington St, ALEXANDRIA

7,872 SqFt
FULLY LEASED building six blocks north of King Street with three long-term tenants in place. Quick access to the heart of Old Town with its shopping and dining amenities, National Airport and downtown Washington, DC. Three long-term tenants provide stable income. Both retail tenants have been month to month many years. Additional value can be created by re-tenanting or passing through op/ex that owner currently pays. Landlord has no

11 Bakers Walk St #carlyle Lot 603, ALEXANDRIA

5 Beds, 4½ Baths, 2,976 SqFt
The townhomes at Robinson Landing are now over 95% sold out. This newly built Carlyle home will be ready for a May 2020 move in. 4-level elevator townhome with rooftop terrace, 5 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, loft, European style kitchen cabinets, Thermador appliances. 2-car garage. 2-zone heating/cooling. Hardwood floors throughout the home.

320 N Patrick St, ALEXANDRIA

3 Beds, 2½ Baths, 2,900 SqFt
Awarded the Historic Alexandria Foundation plaque recognizing the historical integrity of the home, 320 N. Patrick Street, has been meticulously updated and renovated over the years to serve today~s modern lifestyle while maintaining its charm and architectural heritage. An addition was added in 1900. In 2009, a large addition and extensive renovation and remodel were completed, including the addition of an elevator and a full update and

413 N Washington St, ALEXANDRIA

5 Beds, 3 Baths, 4,264 SqFt
CHECK OUT PHOTOS, VIRTUAL TOUR AND 3 D TOUR - CLICK ON VIRTUAL TOUR ICON AND THEN LINK FOR 3 D TOUR AND VIRTUAL TOUR PICTURES. BEAUTIFUL HISTORIC PROPERTY WITH MANY ORIGINAL AND RESTORED DETAILS. Beautiful 1872 historic Victorian semi-detached townhouse with 3 floors above ground + a full lower level/basement. Property is on left side of a two property building. Major restoration of original & period details done in 2005. High 11'

403 Henry St, ALEXANDRIA

4,151 SqFt
Be close to new Amazon HQ and Virginia Tech Potomac Yard Tech Campus. Straight shot on Jeff Davis Hwy 2 miles to Amazon and 1.5 to Va Tech. Tastefully decorated 4132sf office townhouse with up to 7 off street parking spaces. Walk to Braddock Metro. Close to all the new condo and retail development in N. Old Town. Good mix of open/office space. Floor plan available. See for a virtual tour.

16 Bakers Way #residence 3-104, ALEXANDRIA

2 Beds, 2½ Baths, 2,195 SqFt
OPEN BY APPOINTMENT FOR PRE-CONSTRUCTION SALES! Perfectly situated along the Old Town waterfront, Robinson Landing will feature new townhomes and condominiums, shopping, dining, a revitalized pier, new public promenade & more. Residents will enjoy luxury amenities including state-of-the-art fitness center & yoga studio, all just steps from the Potomac riverfront.

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Parker-Gray Features & Amenities

Though primarily residential, there are a few spots around Parker-Gray that have residents coming back for more. For breakfast, there’s Blue & White Carry-Out, Mason Social, and Sugar Shack Doughnuts; for lunch, there’s Lost Dog, Dos Amigos and Hawwi Ethiophian; and for dinner and drinks, check out Captain Gregory’s, Bastille, and Lena’s Wood-Fired Pizza & Tap. For recreation, the neighborhood offers Braddock Interim Open Space Park and the Helen Miller/Bernard Hunter Park. Finally, as one might expect from a neighborhood with such a rich African-American heritage, there is plenty of history and knowledge to be absorbed. The Alexandria African-American Hall of Fame is housed at the Charles Houston Recreation Center and what was originally a segregated library on Wythe St is now the Alexandria Black History Museum.

Parker-Gray Property Values

Housing options in Parker-Gray are primarily simple and modest townhouses and rowhouses—true to their particular styles, but often without much in the way of flourish. The neighborhood’s core consists of frame houses featuring late-19th-century styles, chiefly Queen Anne and Italianate, but has made way when necessary, for a number of larger multiple-occupancy buildings: some breathing new life into the copious warehouses that lined the streets of Uptown.

Parker-Gray Origins

Parker-Gray, once known as the ‘Harlem of Alexandria,’ is a historically black neighborhood named for the Parker-Gray School that once stood within its borders. Like the school itself, the neighborhood has a fascinating history, and the city has made great efforts to preserve this history, particularly by keeping its structures well maintained and, when the time demands, keeping new additions compatible with the old. Parker-Gray was originally included in the designation of the Old Town Historic District, but in 1984, it was given its own specific designation.

Between the days of the American Revolution and the end of the Civil War, the land was occupied by the military and was home to a bakery, a magazine, parade grounds, a hospital, stables, and encampments. The area, originally be known as Uptown, became populated largely by liberated slaves, following the Civil War. In 1920, the city of Alexandria purchased a parcel of land on which the Parker-Gray School was erected. This was the area’s coeducational institution, born of a merger between Snowden School for Boys and Hallowell School for Girls. The new school was named for their respective principals, John Parker and Sarah Gray. After a bit of movement, rebuilding, and renaming, the site of the original Parker-Gray School is now home to the state-of-the-art Charles Houston Recreation Center: rebuilt and opened in 2009.

Parker-Gray Transportation & Location

Parker-Gray can be easily accessed by Braddock Rd Metro and King St Metro on the Blue and Yellow Lines. Patrick St. and Henry St are local sections of Route 1, which run straight through Old Town provide and access to I-395 to the north and I-495 to the south.

Parker-Gray is located in eastern Alexandria and is bordered by Washington St to the east, King St to the south, Braddock Rd to the west, and 2nd St to the north.


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Listing information last updated on May 28th, 2020 at 2:50am EDT.