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Neighborhood Spotlight is a recurring column covering both the City of Alexandria and Alexandria in Fairfax County. This monthly column is sponsored and written by the Seward Group of TTR Sotheby’s International Realty.

We love Old Town for the history, the architecture, and the amazing waterfront.

But did you know that Old Town is a trivia night destination too? Now that the weather is nice, get out and test your trivia knowledge! (Use your Jeopardy skills!) Here are some fun places that offer in person trivial pursuits in Old Town. We hope to see you there!

  • Mason Social — Sunday at 6 p.m. (728 North Henry Street)
    Enjoy modern American cuisine at this chef-driven neighborhood restaurant in the thriving Parker-Gray district. The focus of this restaurant is locally sourced food, beer, and craft cocktails.
  • Del Ray Pizza — Monday at 7 p.m. (2218 Mount Vernon Avenue)
    Great food. Good beer. Fun people. You’ve found the right place! Make your reservations online to enjoy the fun.
  • Murphy’s – A Grand Irish Pub — Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. (713 King Street)
    Your home away from home for an Authentic Irish Pub. Tuesdays you can enjoy ½ price burgers from 4-9 p.m., so get there early and stay all night.
  • Hops & Shine — Wednesday at 7 p.m. (3410 Mount Vernon Avenue)
    What’s better than beer, bites and moonshine? Awesome wings, loaded grilled cheese sandwiches and artisan dogs are what make them shine!
  • The Light Horse — Wednesday at 6 p.m. (715 King Street)
    Great food, drinks, live music, your favorite NFL and College Team, games and a great time are what you can expect from this local American gastropub and bar.
  • Aslin Beer Company — Thursday at 7 p.m. (847 South Pickett Street)
    From ales, to sours to those hefty DIPAs, Aslin Beer Co. invites you to dive in, the lager’s fine. Redefining American beer culture, reeducating palates and reviving the passion for really good beer.
  • Village Brauhaus — Thursdays 7:30 p.m. (710 King Street)
    Great Food. Great Beer. Great Times. German and Austrian bier hall located in the heart of Old Town serving the most delicious German and Austrian imported beers, along side of schnitzel, sausages and of course giant Bavarian pretzels!

If you, a friend, or family member is thinking about buying or selling their home, we would be honored to help. Email us at [email protected], call 703-298-0562 or visit The Seward Group website to set up an appointment with one of our agents.

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Neighborhood Spotlight is a recurring column covering both the City of Alexandria and Alexandria in Fairfax County. This monthly column is sponsored and written by the Seward Group of TTR Sotheby’s International Realty.

Located in South Alexandria, very close to Mount Vernon Estate, and under the jurisdiction of Fairfax County, the Wessynton neighborhood is a lovely and very unique community.

What was once was the hunting grounds of the Doeg Indians (Native Americans), now sits 156 contemporary homes. Designed by architects Deigert and Yerkes, specifically Nicholas Pappas.

The homes are all tan or brown to ensure that they blend in with the stunning natural setting. There are waterways from the community that lead to the Potomac River via Little Hunting Creek and some of the homes (23) have docks for small watercraft. There is a swimming pool, a clubhouse, and a playground available to all Wessynton residents.

Learn about the history of the neighborhood and the design philosophy.

There are five models of homes in Wessynton and the model names are:

The neighborhood boasts wide, quiet and tree-lined streets and does provide water access to its residents with a community dock. There is a fairly strict Homeowners association here and everything on the exterior of the homes must be approved by the HOA board. This neighborhood looks exactly the same as the year it was developed. The preservation of the community aesthetic is vital.

There is a separate homeowners association for the Waterfront residences, called Wessynton Marine Association. Twenty three of the 156 homes are on the water.

Here are some real estate statistics for Wessynton:

7 home sales in the last year

  • Average sales price:                   $909,786
  • Highest sales price:                   $1,310,000
  • Lowest sales price:                    $678,000
  • Average days on market:          6

Average List price to sold price: 106% (meaning homes sold 6% over list on average)

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Photo courtesy Cameron Station Community Association Facebook

Neighborhood Spotlight is a recurring column covering both the City of Alexandria and Alexandria in Fairfax County. This monthly column is sponsored and written by the Seward Group of TTR Sotheby’s International Realty.

Let’s start with History. Did you know Alexandria’s charming Cameron Station neighborhood formerly served as the site of a US Army facility (known as Cameron Station) until the late 1980’s? The land was vacated by the Defense Logistics Agency (and the Defense Contract Audit Agency) and then in 1999 construction of this popular planned community started.

Cameron Station is a mix of single-family homes (2%), townhomes (55%) and condos (43%) totaling almost 1,800 residences. Entering the community off Duke Street, you’ll feel like you have set foot into a small colonial town. Brick sidewalks lined with trees, black streetlamps, benches and meticulous landscaping abound. You also can’t miss seeing residents walking their dogs or heading to the fitness center and/or outdoor pool. For a full list of facts and features residents enjoy, visit the Cameron Station website.

Parks: If you seek green space, look no further. Adjacent to Cameron Station is almost 60 acres of land (which was also part of the former Army facility) known as Ben Brenman Park. Park amenities include athletic fields, fenced dog park, picnic pavilion, playground, pond and walking/bicycle trails. Some of the other nearby green spaces include Armistead L. Boothe Park (11 acres and also adjacent to Cameron Station) and All Veterans Park (38 acres and also within walking distance). Plenty of other smaller parks exist such as Holmes Run, Clermont Natural and Tarleton.

If you are craving more than just green space, Cameron Run Regional Park offers a water park, fishing lake, miniature golf course and batting cages. For those needing more variety, you don’t need to go far to find a popular local rock climbing center (SportRock), golfing range, several gyms and yoga studios.

Or maybe you’re looking to combine your love of movement with a good local beer? The award-winning Port City Brewing Company is less than 2 miles away and has been offering BeerYoga every Tuesday night since 2015. For more info, visit Port City Brewing.

Photo courtesy Dan Austin at Port City Brewing

Location: Cameron Station (in the West End section of Alexandria) offers easy access to 395 North and South. It’s just 4 miles from Old Town Alexandria and 10 miles to Washington, D.C. The main entrance is off of Duke Street (North) and is about a 20-minute walk to the Van Dorn Metro station. A free resident shuttle runs to the VD Metro station for those chilly mornings and rush-hour evening commutes.

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Rosemont Historic District (via DHR, Virginia Department of Historic Resources)

Neighborhood Spotlight is a recurring column covering both the City of Alexandria and Alexandria in Fairfax County. This monthly column is sponsored and written by the Seward Group of TTR Sotheby’s International Realty.

Situated just outside of Old Town, Alexandria, is the historic, picturesque neighborhood of Rosemont.

Tree-lined streets highlight an eclectic mix of home styles including craftsman bungalows, traditional colonials and arts and crafts. Rosemont is a much loved and sought-after neighborhood for many reasons. The charming streets, quaint front porches, and rolling sidewalks remind neighbors and visitors alike of a simpler time.  Rosemont has an abundant, rich history dating back to 1908, although the land is much older. After all, Rosemont does have a cannon left behind by General Edward Braddock when he departed Alexandria in 1755 on an ill-fated mission during the French and Indian War!

Did you know?

  • The first mention of Rosemont appears in the June 10, 1908, edition of the Washington Times
  • The first ad promoting Rosemont appeared in the June 27, 1908, edition of the Washington Star
  • Rosemont was originally developed as a “streetcar suburb,” along a trolley, although the streetcar service ended in 1932, you can still get a glimpse of its history from the wide median on Commonwealth Avenue

For more history dating back to the 1900s, check out the Rosemont Citizens Association website.

Current residents love that the neighborhood is so convenient to Old Town, Del Ray, Arlington, DCA and D.C. You will often see people walking or biking to Beach Park, Hooffs Run Park and Greenway, or to the two dog parks in the neighborhood. The Grape and Bean, Lena’s Wood-Fired Pizza & Tap, and South China Restaurant are Rosemont’s very own neighborhood restaurants. The community is also served by both the King Street and Braddock Metro Stations.

Rosemont is bordered by W. Braddock Road and Russell Road to the north and east and King Street to the south and west.

For our data lovers, please see the last 6 months of the Rosemont real estate market stats below (as of February 2, 2022)

Please take note a few important numbers:

There are single family homes, condos and duplexes that are all included in these statistics. The fall market was markedly slower than the first half of 2021. 2022 is starting crazy hot, with a lack of inventory and pent-up buyer demand.

  • Highest closed price last 6 months: $2,385,000.00
  • Average sold price last 6 months: $ 927,016.00
  • The average pending under contract price: $1,067,450.00*

*We won’t know what these homes sold for until after they close.

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Neighborhood Spotlight is a recurring column covering both the City of Alexandria and Alexandria in Fairfax County. This monthly column is sponsored and written by the Seward Group of TTR Sotheby’s International Realty.

Happy New Year from all of us at the Seward Group. We hope your holidays were healthy, happy, warm and toasty. We wish you all the blessings, health being primary in 2022.

This month, our neighborhood spotlight focus is on the Historic Parker-Gray Neighborhood in Old Town Alexandria. Did you know that The Parker-Gray district is on the National Register of Historic Places? How did the neighborhood get its name, what is the neighborhood’s history?

The Parker-Gray District is named for the Parker Gray School which opened in 1920. The school was named in commemoration of John Parker and Sarah Gray who had been principals of two segregated schools in Alexandria during the latter part of the 19th century, the Snowden School for Boys and the Hallowell School for Girls. The district is a large, level area comprising most of the northwestern quadrant of the Old Town Alexandria street grid as it was laid out in 1797. Although the street pattern was shown on maps by 1798, most of the land remained vacant until the 1860s, and nearly all the built resources currently in the district date from after 1870.

Uptown Parker Gray Historic District (via DHR Virginia Department of Historic Resources)

Most of the residences are small row houses and townhouses, but there are also many commercial buildings. Nineteenth-century architectural styles are found in restrained and simplified forms. The district’s core area consists of a concentration of frame houses with details from late-nineteenth-century styles, mainly the Italianate and Queen Anne styles.

In the southwestern corner and throughout most of the western half of the district in general, whole blocks are occupied by brick Colonial Revival-style row houses built by developers in three or four major campaigns in the twentieth century.

Buildings built for neighborhood-oriented businesses are found on street corners in the southern half of the district and in a small concentration of contiguous commercial buildings along Queen Street. The Queen Street business corridor was once the city’s primary African-American business districtSourced from www.alexandriava.gov.

This beautiful town is full of stunning historic homes, but this is a historic district and as such, is subject to a more strident architectural review process than elsewhere in the city of Alexandria. Check out following link to see what you can and cannot do to the exterior of your homes that fall within this historic district. Parker-Gray District Board of Architectural Review.

The Parker-Gray historic district is shown in red on the map below.

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Neighborhood Spotlight is a recurring column covering both the City of Alexandria and Alexandria in Fairfax County. This monthly column is sponsored and written by the Seward Group of TTR Sotheby’s International Realty.

Philanthropy — and having fun — are at the core of what many Alexandrians do on a regular basis.

Instead of focusing on a neighborhood we love this month, we have decided to share a list of our favorite holiday events and local non-profits so you can end 2021 feeling the joy our community offers this time of year — as well as discover ways you can give back to our beloved Alexandria.

Yes, it’s already December and the holiday season is in full swing! Don’t fret if you missed this past weekend’s Scottish Christmas Walk Parade or the Holiday Boat Parade of Lights. There are plenty of other festive events, both in and around Alexandria, to get you in the holiday spirit.

Here are a chosen few:

As we enjoy these festivities and look to 2022, we are reminded of how lucky we are to call Alexandria home. This is also the time of the year to remember how we can give so others may also enjoy some holiday cheer.

An end of year donation to one of your favorite local non-profits can make a big difference. Or explore a new one and learn how you can help them close out 2021 with a bang!

Here are a few popular ones:

…and so many more!

The Seward Group wishes you and your family a wonderful holiday season and hoping you can enjoy some of the magical events and the many ways of giving our area offers.

If you are thinking about selling or buying in 2022, we would love to hear from you. Email [email protected], call 703-298-0562 or visit The Seward Group website to set up an appointment with one of our local real estate experts. We would be happy to review the current real estate market in your Alexandria neighborhood and discuss how we can help you navigate your next move with ease.

About The Seward Group: We are award-winning real estate agents with TTR Sotheby’s International Realty. Lyssa Seward, Brittanie DeChino, Melody Abella, Anita Edwards, Laura Catron, Gina Wimpey and Elaine McCall make up our team. We offer our clients Full-Spectrum Concierge Real Estate Service at all price points, assisting with every step of the process from beginning to end. We are licensed in Virginia, D.C. and Maryland with TTR Sotheby’s International Realty in Old Town Alexandria.

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Neighborhood Spotlight is a recurring column covering both the City of Alexandria and Alexandria in Fairfax County. This monthly column is sponsored and written by the Seward Group of TTR Sotheby’s International Realty.

Yesterday, today & tomorrow…

History abounds in Potomac Yard! Did you know:

  • English settlers built plantations on the Potomac Yard site in the 18th century
  • At one time, Potomac Yard was one of the busiest railyards in the eastern United States processing thousands of cars daily
  • The City of Alexandria annexed the Potomac Yard towns of Del Ray and Potomac in 1930

Today, this 295-acre development in the northeast section of Alexandria, Virginia, encompasses the Potomac Yard, Potomac Greens and Old Town Greens communities, as well as several new developments, and a mix of office and retail space. The Potomac Yard Shopping Center occupies 70 acres and provides endless opportunities for shopping and dining. These neighborhoods are walkable to both Old Town Alexandria and the beloved Del Ray Communities

Potomac Yard residences were constructed starting in 2013 with construction continuing today. The average Potomac Yard sales price year to date is $1,049,935.00. There are condos, townhomes and apartment residences that encompass this highly desirable community. There is a wonderful children’s park and running/biking paths, green spaces found throughout the community provide a wonderful location and quality of life.

The soon to be open Potomac Yard Metro Station is anxiously anticipated by residences in these and surrounding neighborhoods and is expected to be open in the Fall of 2022.

Built in 2006, the Potomac Greens neighborhood is home to 227 Federal and Colonial style townhomes. The community is bordered by Potomac Greens Drive to the west and Carpenter Road to the north, east and south, with Potomac Yard to the north and Old Town Greens directly south.

This secluded enclave is within minutes to Washington, D.C., Old Town Alexandria, Reagan National Airport, Amazon’s HQ2 and amazing trails along the George Washington Parkway! The neighborhood offers residents a pool, fitness center, clubhouse, nature trails, tot lots and beautiful green spaces. Residents can also take advantage of a private shuttle from the Clubhouse to the Braddock Road metro. The homes in Potomac Greens have a median price of $1,100,000.

Old Town Greens, built in 1999, features a mix of townhomes and condominiums. The condominiums are styled as townhomes with the A units on the lower two floors and the B units on the upper two floors. Located just north of Old Town Alexandria, between Route 1 and the George Washington Parkway near Slaters Lane, this is a very popular community.

Built to be reminiscent of Old Town Alexandria, the neighborhood is walkable to stores and restaurants and is only one traffic light away from D.C.! Amenities include a pool, playground, picnic areas and tennis courts, as well as very easy access to the trail along the Potomac River. The median price for a home in Old Town Greens is $732,900 which includes condos as well as fee simple residences.

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Neighborhood Spotlight is a recurring column covering both the City of Alexandria and Alexandria in Fairfax County. This monthly column is sponsored and written by the Seward Group of TTR Sotheby’s International Realty.

Hollin Hall Village was initially conceived and planned beginning in 1943, but actual building construction didn’t commence until 1948.

People who live in this wonderful community can’t say enough positive things about it; the friendliness of the neighborhood along with the multi generational makeup of the community. The community volunteerism is strong, and members of the HHVCA (Hollin Hall Village Community Association) feel appreciated and proud of their neighborhood.

Hollin Hall is home not only to almost 700 homes, but also to two shopping centers located on Fort Hunt Road that are split down the middle by Shenandoah Road. These walkable shopping centers add to an already great quality of life for residents of Hollin Hall Village. There is a grocery store (Safeway), a drug store (Walgreens, previously Rite Aid for decades), and the Hollin Hall Variety Store, which provides nostalgia for folks of all ages and is reminiscent of an old fashioned Five and Dime.

There are many community staples and fantastic specialty stores as well, including the Hollin Hall Senior Center, Village Hardware, Hollin Hall Automotive Shell station, Hollin Hall Pastry Shop, Hunan Manor Chinese, Via Veneto, Roseinas, River Bend Bistro, Hollin Hall Animal Hospital, A Child’s Place, Hollin Hall Animal Hospital, Nature’s Nibbles, Top it Off, 529 Kids Consignment Shop, Studio K, Fort Hunt Pilates Studio and the recently opened Urban Redeux.

These shops are a gift for all of whom live in the 22308 ZIP code and the greater Fort Hunt Community. Many of these long-standing businesses have recently changed ownership but continue to be very involved in the greater community and most are strong supporters of the local schools and athletic programs. There is also the well used and well loved Hollin Hall Senior Center and the convenient 7-Eleven.

No community is without their controversies, and Hollin Hall Village is no exception.

There have been past legal battles that the HHVCA board had with Fairfax County in relation to the purchase and subsequent teardown of many homes on Washington Road, Yorktown Drive and Fairfax Road in the neighborhood.  The influx of newer homes from tear downs has since spread throughout Hollin Hall Village and throughout the Fort Hunt Community at large. Change is inevitable and can be difficult, but all neighbors are welcome and embraced.

These new homes have changed the feel and look of the neighborhood as the original homes are older, land is scarce, and there are always builders and homeowners who are interested in building newer homes. There are still many homes offering one-level living in Hollin Hall Village, many residential offerings for differing real estate needs.

You can run, walk or ride your bike to the George Washington Bike Path (Mount Vernon Trail), a short distance away. There are beautiful streams and green spaces along Paul Spring Parkway (Paul Springs Stream Valley Park) and Kirk Park. There is a wonderful walkable community pool with a pond for fishing and tennis courts called Mount Vernon Park Association.

Hollin Hall is a vibrant, close-knit community with long roots in South Alexandria. The neighborhood feeds into Waynewood Elementary School, Carl Sandburg Middle School and West Potomac High School. So close to all, but peaceful, quiet and offering a wonderful quality of life for its residents.

Average sold price YTD 2021 is $836,268 which is 7.4% higher than last year.

Total units sold YTD: 34
Average Days on Market: 14

Please see additional market statistics below.

Where is your next chapter? Let us help you find ‘home’. We would love to hear from you. Email [email protected], call 703-298-0562 or visit The Seward Group website to set up an appointment with one of our agents.

About The Seward Group: We are award-winning real estate agents with TTR Sotheby’s International Realty. Lyssa Seward, Brittanie DeChino, Melody Abella, Anita Edwards, Laura Catron, Gina Wimpey and Elaine McCall make up our team. We offer our clients Full-Spectrum Concierge Real Estate Service at all price points, assisting with every step of the process from beginning to end. We are licensed in Virginia, D.C. and Maryland with TTR Sotheby’s International Realty in Old Town Alexandria.

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Photo by Tod Connell for the Civic Association of Hollin Hills

Hollin Hills is one of the largest collections of mid-century modern homes in the country, located right here in Alexandria! As you drive through, you can’t help but notice the floor-to-ceiling window, glass box homes that thrive on bringing the lush green surroundings inside. This renowned, historical community was designed by Charles Goodman in the late 1940s (and developed by Robert Davenport) with the inherent concept of connecting daily life with nature through large windows, pristine lines and minimalist design.

Goodman’s work is most notably exemplified by the varying angles in which the homes are sited — many appearing at an angle from the road vs. directly facing the street in a more traditional fashion. Why? When inside, you’ll notice his thoughtful design makes it so you can hardly see another home through most windows. The large windows showcase peaceful views of nature creating a feeling of seclusion and retreat from city life.

Additional notable highlights in this community are that trails, parks and green spaces abound. Hollin Hills is simply an intentional oasis of nature.

Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2013 for the significance of its architecture, community planning and development efforts, this neighborhood is a true community! Hollin Hills has its own volunteer-driven Civic Association and hosts annual events such as a July 4 picnic, Oktoberfest and Winter Potluck.

Photo by Tod Connell for the Civic Association of Hollin Hills

One of the most popular annual events is the Hollin Hills House and Garden Tour. This year it will be held on Saturday, Sept. 25. It’s no surprise to residents (and non-residents who frequent) that it’s already sold out! The Seward Group is one of the proud Premiere Sponsors of this event.

Hollin Hills is less than 30 minutes from our nation’s capital. It is bordered on the south by Sherwood Hall Lane, on the north by Paul Spring Road, on the east by Fort Hunt Road and on the west by Elba Road.

If you live in the Hollin Hills neighborhood, you don’t need to venture into D.C. for shopping and eating. Hollin Hills sits between Belle View Shopping Center and The Hollin Hall Shopping Center, both offering an array of well-known establishments. In the Hollin Hall Shopping Center, you’ll find the Hollin Hall Pastry Shop, a children’s clothing store (529 Hollin Hall), River Bend Bistro & Wine Bar (dine in), Roseinas (catering plus food/wine to go), Via Veneto, Village Hardware and the beloved Hollin Hall Variety Store (the local five-and-dime store). Belle View Shopping Center highlights include Unwined, Primos Family Restaurant, Dishes of India, The Virginia Florist and more. It’s also a quick drive — or lovely walk — to Old Town Alexandria and the Potomac River.

Westgrove Dog Park, another local favorite, is conveniently located just off Fort Hunt Road.

Houses don’t last long on the market in this coveted community, as anxious buyers are snatching them up and multiple offers are the norm. The average DOM (days on market) YTD (year to date) is 3 days, and the ratio of average listing price compared to average closed price is 104.7%. In other words, the average home in this neighborhood sells for 4.7% over list price so far this year.

Here’s a quick snapshot of market activity in July:

If you’re seeking a community feel, life close to Washington, D.C. and a mid-century modern home (BONUS: with access to a neighborhood pool membership), please reach out. Email [email protected], call 703-298-0562 or visit The Seward Group website to set up an appointment with one of our agents.

About The Seward Group: We are award-winning real estate agents with TTR Sotheby’s International Realty. Lyssa Seward, Brittanie DeChino, Melody Abella, Anita Edwards, Laura Catron, Gina Wimpey and Elaine McCall make up our team. We offer our clients Full-Spectrum Concierge Real Estate Service at all price points, assisting with every step of the process from beginning to end. We are licensed in Virginia, D.C. and Maryland with TTR Sotheby’s International Realty in Old Town Alexandria.

The “Dogs of Del Ray” mural is just the latest story that has put this beloved Alexandria neighborhood in the news the past few years. The Dairy Godmother landed in the spotlight summer of 2009 when President Obama dropped by. Just a few years later, The Sushi Bar was mentioned on the Today Show for being an adult sushi bar (no children under 18) opening in a neighborhood known for being kid-friendly.

Of course, national news is not what has made Del Ray one of the most desirable places to live in the area. Del Ray has an incredibly strong and warm sense of community. On any given day, take a stroll down Mount Vernon Avenue (the main street), and you will find dogs being walked, kids in strollers and neighbors talking with one another. The Saturday farmers market (every Saturday year-round at 203 E. Oxford) is a great place to test out the community vibe.

Waiting in line for frozen custard outside The Dairy Godmother at 2310 Mount Vernon Avenue in Del Ray. (Staff photo by James Cullum)

If a Saturday morning doesn’t work for you, there are many great events throughout the year that also demonstrate how strong (and frequently!) this community comes together. Consider taking part in a “First Thursday” to support the local businesses (May through September), the Halloween parade (October) or the annual Art on the Avenue festival that brings in people from around northern VA (October). Catch a family-friendly outdoor movie surrounded by locals at Cinema Del Ray (next movie Sept. 18). Enjoy samplings from the many local restaurants at the Taste of Del Ray (June).

However, we guarantee you don’t need to wait for the Taste of Del Ray to experience one of the many fun dining options offered. Here are just a few of our favorites:

Annually, the Del Ray Business Association presents an award to a local business that represents the heart and soul of Del Ray. Known as the “Heart of Del Ray Award,” it was bestowed upon Dolce & Bean in 2021.

As seen outside Cheestique at 2411 Mount Vernon Avenue in Del Ray. (Staff photo by James Cullum)

If you are new to the Alexandria or Arlington area, chances are you may not have heard of Del Ray — small-town America nestled between S. Arlington and Old Town Alexandria. If you always take Richmond Highway (aka Route 1) to/from Alexandria to Arlington or D.C., you are literally driving by one of the most charming neighborhoods where “everyone knows your name” as they said on “Cheers.”

This vibrant town offers convenient access to Amazon HQ2, National Landing/Crystal City, Pentagon City, Old Town, Reagan National Airport, Virginia Tech Innovation Campus, The District, the Pentagon, 395 and more! Geographically, it’s bounded by West and East Glebe Road (north), Braddock Road (south), Russell Road (west) and Richmond Highway (east).

Del Ray’s Fee Simple Market

Attached Homes (duplexes or townhouses)

  • Active/Coming Soon: At the time of publication, there are 7 attached homes for sale with an average list price of $723,314.
  • Under Contract: At the time of publication, there are 17 attached homes under contract with an average list price of $751,524.
  • Closed: Within the six months prior to publication, 92 attached homes closed with an average closed price of $725,495.

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