Warwick Village Real Estate
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Del Ray Features & Amenities
Warwick Village is highly walkable and community oriented. Residents can join the Warwick Village Citizens Association and community pool. Bordering the popular Del Ray neighborhood, 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.
Warwick Village Property Values
A relatively young and originally working-class neighborhood, Warwick Village is close-knit community of 1950s-era townhomes. While homes appear similar on the outside, the interiors have been expanded and customized to owners' tastes. The original Warwick Village model featured 3 bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms with 1,100 square feet. Townhomes currently sell between $500,000 - $700,000
Warwick Village Early Days
In 1894, development of several 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.
Warwick Village was developed in the mid-1950s, the community features 600+ homes. The community draws its name from the Warwick Estate, owned by DC businessman and philanthropist Frank Hume. Once the estate sold in the 1950s, it was developed into a rental community, converting to townhomes for sale in the 1970s. 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.
Warwick Village Transportation & Location
Located in Alexandria, Warwick Village is south of W Glebe Road bordered by Mount Vernon Avenue to the east, and Russell Road to the west. Warwick Village residents enjoy the close proximity to Metro, shops and restaurants along Mount Vernon Avenue in Del Ray. Offering a convenient location for quick access to I-395 to the north and I-495 to the south.
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Listing information last updated on September 28th, 2022 at 5:30am EDT.