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Listing of the Day: 410 Prince Street

Address: 410 Prince Street
Neighborhood: Old Town Alexandria
Listed: $3,195,000

Built in 1800, this detached, Victorian masterpiece is located on a picturesque street in the heart of Old Town Alexandria.

The classic vestibule entry welcomes you into a spacious foyer and sitting room with access to the lovely, screened porch. Generously sized living and dining rooms adorn the front of the home are perfect for entertaining or casual enjoyment.

A half bath, wet bar and coat closet and are discreetly tucked away beyond the formal living spaces. The back of the house offers a family room, kitchen and sunroom or breakfast room perfect for practical everyday use. The upper level encompasses 4 bedrooms, 3 en suite baths, a den, an office and a chic laundry room.

The finished lower level is a bonus recreation room or gym with additional storage. Access the beautiful private garden from the back alley, side gate, family room or breakfast room. Leave your car at home in the off-street parking space and enjoy walking to all the delights of Old Town.

Located steps from the Mt. Vernon Trail, the Potomac River, shops and restaurants, with easy access to National Airport, Metro, Amazon HQ2 and commuter routes this is a one-of-a-kind home not to be missed!

Listed by:
Lauren Bishop
McEnearney Associates, Realtors
202.361.5079
[email protected]
LaurenBishopHomes.com

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