Real Estate and Rental Information About Marina Towers & Alexandria VA

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$859,999 :-: 1416 Main Line Blvd #102 Alexandria VA 22301

$859,999 :-: 3 BR :-: 2 BA :-: 1 HB :-: 2,808 SQFT :-: Alexandria 22301 VA

Beautifully appointed town home located perfectly between Del Ray and Potomac Yard gives you the small town walkability with the Urban city feel! With almost 3000 sq ft you won’t feel stuck in doors, however there are plenty of things to do … [Read more]

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Find A 3 Bedroom Place In Northern Virginia For $865,000

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Potomac Yards is in 22301 in the City of Alexandria. Pro Tip: find a buyer's agent like Nesbitt Realty who is a full-time expert on real estate in 22301 in the City of Alexandria.You have several options when scoring a residential property: a traditional single-family home, a townhouse, a condo, or a multi-family building with two to four units. If you're looking for a newer property in Alexandria, then 2406 Potomac Ave #102 might be for you.You might decide that renting is better for you than buying, because buying a townhouse has its drawbacks. Talk to Nesbitt Realty to learn more about the advantages and disadvantages of buying real estate in Alexandria, Virginia.
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Donate For Women’s Education Fundraiser

You can own a baseball signed by Nationals pitcher Max Scherzer with “2019 World Series Champs!”. Moreover, you can support women’s and girl’s education. With the cancellation of McLean Branch AAUW’s Used Book Sale, its annual charitable fundraiser, a substitute fundraiser will feature the Scherzer baseball opportunity along with a request for contributions to support education and local scholarships for women. Continue reading “Donate For Women’s Education Fundraiser”

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Bagel Uprising In Alexandria Is Persevering Amid COVID-19 Closures

Northam had revised his stance on the reopening of Northern Virginia, allowing Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax County, Loudoun, and Prince William County to begin their own Phase 1 plan on or about May 28. This means a slow opening phase for restaurants. But cafes, eateries, breweries, and restaurants citywide are persevering. Here’s an update from Bagel Uprising owners on how he’s faring and what his latest plan is. Continue reading “Bagel Uprising In Alexandria Is Persevering Amid COVID-19 Closures”

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