Just Listed highlights Alexandria City properties that came on the market within the past week. This feature is sponsored by the Jen Walker Team (Licensed in VA) of McEnearney Associates Realtors®.
Jen Walker here with The Jen Walker Team! We are a real estate group based out of Alexandria, Virginia. I, along with my two rock-star team members, Sue Kovalsky and Micki MacNaughton, have more than 35 years of experience in real estate and sold over $103 million in 2019.
Our Just Listed properties this week features 2 properties in Alexandria that just hit the market! To start is this charming, storybook, detached Old Town home! With curb appeal for days, this 2 bed/2.5 bath home is charming yet efficient in every way. Enter through the white picket fence to the covered front porch and into the bright and sunny living room.
We will be featuring this home on a Virtual Open House this Saturday, July 25 at 11 a.m. on our Instagram. Move-in ready, updated and close to Metro, you don’t want to miss this one.
With gorgeous plantation shutters, this room is great for lounging or hosting movie night. This room flows into the dining area, which features a dining area, a side entry to the exterior and a renovated half bathroom with carrara tiling and flooring. Continue on to the kitchen area with stainless appliances and ample cabinetry for storage. From the kitchen, French doors lead to the patio space in the rear — ideal for entertaining or additional living space. From the main level, head up the spiral staircase to two bedrooms and two full baths.
The primary bedroom has vaulted, wood ceilings, nice closet space and an ensuite bathroom. The second bedroom is charming and could be a guest area, nursery or office — also with en suite bath. French doors lead to an upper-level deck that overlooks the rear patio. Don’t miss the crawl space with outside entry — ideal for additional storage. Located in the heart of Old Town, this detached home is close to Metro, the waterfront and just three blocks to the shops and restaurants of King Street. Welcome home!
Up second, fabulous, updated Del Ray duplex! Enter into the living room that flows to the kitchen with eat in table space. Beyond the kitchen is a fabulous addition that could be used as as a den or extra living or even a home office. 2 bedrooms, 2 full baths, completely renovated. Large flat back yard. Join us the Virtual Open House this Saturday, July 25 at 12 p.m. on our Instagram!
- 1115 N Pitt Street #2A, Alexandria, VA 22314 — $345,000
- 815 N Patrick Street #301, Alexandria, VA 22314 — $569,000
- 821 Fontaine Street, Alexandria, VA 22302 — 2,375,000
- 319 Cloudes Mill Drive, Alexandria, VA 22304 — $535,000
- 5403 Barrister Place, Alexandria, VA 22304 — $574,900
In this midst of COVID-19, we will not be hosting any in-person open houses. We will, however, be going live on our Instagram every weekend for our virtual tours. Stay updated with our virtual tours by following us on our Instagram page for updates.
Happy House Hunting!
In our highly competitive Alexandria market, the Jen Walker Team has the insider knowledge to connect you with homes that are not even public yet. With more than 35 years of experience, the Jen Walker Team has the expertise to answer questions, calm fears, and streamline your transaction. Want to see other homes not featured in this article? Contact our team today!
Please note: While The Jen Walker Team provides this information for the community, they may not be the listing agents of these homes. Equal Housing Opportunity.
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