ALEXANDRIA, VA, USA
702 PRINCE ST
This gracious home, officially listed in the National Register of Historic Places and the Virginia Landmarks Register, represents an exceptionally rare opportunity to enjoy the grandeur of Old Town living with all the conveniences of the 21st Century.This beautifully restored, elegant one level condominium lives like a luxurious home nestled in mature plantings with its private entrance through your own garden patio. Fall in love with the 12-foot ceilings, wide hallways and doors, exquisite moldings and architectural details throughout. Treasure the gleaming hardwood floors, built-in cabinetry and bookcases, and full height windows, with abundant natural sunlight, and elegantly appointed rooms. Spacious double parlor is perfect for entertaining in an impressive, must-see residence. Two master suites, both with garden views, have abundant closets and storage and each en-suite bathroom has Carrara marble floors and countertops. Remodeled kitchen and baths feature high-end cabinets and appliances. New top-of-the line HVAC installed this year along with new washer/dryer. An additional, substantially sized storage unit on the lower level conveys along with highly coveted, designated off-street parking space.Chandelier in largest bedroom does Not convey.Park your car and sport your walking shoes. This preeminent property is steps away from an abundance of restaurants and shopping with banks, pharmacies, salons, fitness facilities, farmers market, churches, post office and even the library all within a 3 block radius. 1 block from free King Street trolley, 7 blocks to Potomac River, 10 blocks to King Street Metro, and only a brief drive to Del Ray, National Airport and Amazon HQ2. If you are looking for the ultimate pied-a-terre or a one-of-a-kind condo, this is it.Swann-Daingerfield has a storied provenance. Built as a private residence in 1802, it was converted into a private school for girls in 1899 by St. Mary's Catholic Church. In the early 1940~s Alexandria Hospital began using the property to house nursing school students. It was converted back into 12 private residences in the late 1970s.