207 Lee Street S, Alexandria

207 Lee Street S, Alexandria
Alexandria, Virginia 22314 Verenigde Staten

$1,449,000
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Sun drenches the southern exposure of this semi-detached home built by Alexandria's first Mayor in 1784. Nurtured and refined over four centuries, this well-appointed home boasts a stately living room, formal dining room with built-in china...
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TTR Sotheby's International Realty

Nancy Perkins
Phone: +1 703.402.5599
Phone: +1 703.310.6800
400 South Washington Street
Alexandria, Virginia 22314 United States
$1,449,000
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Price / Sq. Ft.:
$543
Annual taxes:
$15,413
4
Slaapkamers
3
Volledige badkamers
1
Gedeeltelijke baden
2,670 Vkt. vt.
Woonoppervlakte
.05 Landerijen
Perceeloppervlakte
Herenhuis
1784
Bouwjaar huis
D3SVJF
Web-id
AX9808391
MLS ID
Alexandria City Public Schools
Schooldistrict

Over 207 Lee Street S

Sun drenches the southern exposure of this semi-detached home built by Alexandria's first Mayor in 1784. Nurtured and refined over four centuries, this well-appointed home boasts a stately living room, formal dining room with built-in china cabinet and wet bar, stunning kitchen, four bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, gallery hall, finished lower level, and private garden. The captivating kitchen, appointed with a Viking oven, four-burner Viking cooktop, Sub-Zero refrigerator, and Fisher-Paykel dishwasher drawers, opens into a stunning eat-in solarium adjoining the private garden. Through a series of charming French doors, the large walled garden features perennial plantings, a brick patio for gathering with family and friends, and an expansive side patio. The serene master suite boasts a walk-in closet with off season storage and a jetted soaking tub with an aromatherapy steam shower. Located on one of Old Town's most prestigious streets, this artfully adorned 18th century home boasts gracious tall ceilings, two gas fireplaces, exquisite millwork, stately moldings, custom built-ins, beautiful hardwood floors, and an intricate attention to detail. Just steps from Old Town's famed "Captain's Row", this home was initially a store belonging to Colonel Robert Townsend Hooe, the first Mayor of Alexandria.