If you’re looking to wait it out, renting could be a good option. According to Homesnap, there are more than 200 homes listed for rent in Alexandria.
Take a look at a few of the most recently listed properties for rent in the area:
- 303 Princeton Blvd — 3 BD/3 BA single-family home — $3,800/month
- 424 W. Glebe Road — 3 BD/3.5 BA townhome — $3,500/month
- 5116 Donovan Drive #401 — 2 BD/2 BA condo — $2,850/month
- 200 S. Fairfax Street #5 — 1 BD/1 BA condo — $2,400/month
- 5911 Edsall Road #PH03 — 2 BD/2 BA condo — $2,300/month
- 915 N. Patrick Street #506 — 1 BD/1 BA condo — $1,900/month
In the market? Check out just listed properties in Alexandria.
Photo via Tierra Mallorca/Unsplash
It wasn’t a washout, but the Alexandria Old Town Springtime Art Festival was a little less busy than expected due to the rain. On Saturday and Sunday (May 14 and…
Covid levels continue to rise in Alexandria. As of Monday (May 16), the number of cases climbed to 32,928, an increase of 691 cases since this time last week. The…
The Alexandria Redevelopment Housing Authority (ARHA) is getting ready to tear down a cluster of affordable garden apartments in Parker-Gray and turn the lots into a larger mixed-use development. Samuel…
Jefferson-Houston teacher named Math educator of the year — “Farr Quinn teaches eighth-grade math at Jefferson-Houston School… For her dedication, she has been named as a recipient of the William C….