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Listing of the Day: 214 Prince Street

Address: 214 Prince Street
Neighborhood: Old Town Alexandria
Listed: $2,295,000

Historic home lovers seeking the charm of original features mixed with luxurious elements for modern living will adore this one-of-a-kind jewel on coveted Gentry Row!

Built in 1788 and beautifully restored and expanded, this gracious home exudes elegance, boasting airy 12′ ceilings, 6 working fireplaces, original heart of pine floors, deep crown molding, paneled molding and wainscoting, archways and exposed brick. The huge eat-in kitchen is finely appointed featuring a built-in sound system, bar sink with beverage cooler, a suite of Thermador appliances and multiple skylights. French doors open to a wonderful flagstone patio, and a stairway leads to the second level covered porch with a fan, Edison lights, and an irrigation system.

The upper floors offer 4 spacious bedrooms with plentiful storage, 2 updated baths, and a sitting room. The primary bedroom has crown molding, fluted column accents, a fireplace and built-in bookshelves. Casual living calls on the lower-level family room with brick floors, an amazing fireplace, exposed stone walls and surround sound. In addition, there are numerous closets, additional storage, full bath, and a front bonus room with a window and built-in storage.

This enchanting home is located one block from fine shops, restaurants and the Potomac River.

Listed by:
Babs Beckwith
McEnearney Associates, Inc.
[email protected]

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