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NoVa Best New Listings: An Alexandria Brewery and An Open Rambler

by Jamie Liu

In this week’s edition of NoVa Best New Listings, UrbanTurf looks at a historic townhome built in a former Alexandria brewery, a 1970s rambler in Annandale, and a 1940s Craftsman in Del Ray.


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A Two-Bedroom in a Former Alexandria Brewery

This townhouse was built inside the historic Portner Brewery in Alexandria. The kitchen and living room are full of light from large Palladian windows, 12+ foot ceilings, and sizable windows that overlook the brick patio in the rear. The bedrooms all have upgraded bathrooms, and a secluded terrace is attached to the master bedroom.


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An Open Rambler in Annandale

An open layout, wood ceilings and floors, and large windows overlooking a wooded area make this 1970s open rambler in Annandale warm and inviting. The rear of the listings includes a sizable deck made with eco-friendly Trex materials. In addition to a fully renovated kitchen, there is a granite-topped bar in the dining room with a wine fridge and cabinet space for china and glassware.


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A Zipline and A Treehouse in a Del Ray Craftsman

A zipline, treehouse, and sizable yard are just some of the amenities that make this 1940s Craftsman in Del Ray family friendly. Renovated in 2011, it features wood floors throughout the living room and bedrooms. A fenced-in patio in the rear provides a private place to relax and enjoy the outdoors, and the home is just a few blocks from the restaurants of Mt. Vernon Avenue.

This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/nova_best_new_listings_an_alexandria_brewery_and_an_open_rambler/7312

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