Consistently ranked as one of the best places to work and live, Alexandria is a thriving city just across the Potomac from Washington D.C. While Alexandria is an independent city, it encompasses several distinct neighborhoods with their own set of unique characteristics such as Old Town, Del Ray and Rosemont and as well as Braddock Heights, Seminary Ridge, G.W. Park, Cameron Station, Jefferson Park, Varsity Park and Brookville. With numerous desirable areas within this history rich district, residents can choose the area that is most appealing to them while still living within striking distance to the various culinary, cultural, recreational and retail offerings of the area.
Another factor of Alexandria’s appeal is its accessibility for commuters. On the opposite bank of the Potomac River and just six miles south of downtown Washington D.C., Alexandria is connected by four Metro stations, Amtrak, Metrobus, as well as via Route 1, I-395, George Washington Memorial Parkway and several bike trails.
With such diversity within the city, it only stands that there are as many different housing options to choose from including condos, townhomes, detached homes and rental options, in nearly any style, ranging in price from mid-$100’s to more than $2 million.