The City of Alexandria, Virginia was founded in 1749 on the Potomac River. At that time it was a colonial port for a variety of commodities, including tobacco. The city was also the hometown of George Washington. He frequented some historic buildings here that remain standing today. Some such buildings include Gadsby’s Tavern Christ Church and Carlyle House.
Alexandria VA is only seven miles from Washington, D.C. across the Potomac River. It may get confused sometimes with a portion of adjacent, Fairfax County that is named Alexandria. But, the City of Alexandria is under a separate jurisdiction and completely separate. There are many reasons to consider City of Alexandria real estate besides its proximity to the D.C. metro. Although, many federal workers at various levels do live in the city.
City of Alexandria Real Estate and Homes for Sale
The City of Alexandria real estate ranges from unique, comfortable bungalows and historic townhouses to exceptionally luxurious, secluded family enclaves. Alexandria VA homes for sale appear in a variety of neighborhoods. These include renowned, Old Town Alexandria, Del Ray, The North End, The West End and The Eisenhower/Duke Street corridor. Homes in any of these neighborhoods showcase something old and new, something historic and modern in nearly every facet of architecture and daily life.
For those interested , The City of Alexandria homes for sale offer much more than desirable creature comforts. They offer an experience in history, access to an abundance of waterfront and water amenities, phenomenal shopping, dining, cultural and entertainment venues.
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