Alexandria Overlook Condos For Sale, Alexandria, VA

Sitting on high ground in Alexandria, Virginia is the Alexandria Overlook—a garden style condominium community that live up to its name by overlooking the city below. This collection of

The Alexandria Overlook is a garden style condominium community that lives up to its name by looking out over Alexandria, Virginia from one of the city’s highest spots. Located in the 5100 block of Maris Avenue, this collection of four-story buildings is set among groupings of mature trees and lush landscaping, and is located in the Seminary Hill neighborhood in Alexandria’s West End.

The complex, located in the 5100 block of Maris Avenue in the 22304 zip code, was built in 1974. The putty-colored brick buildings have an interesting contemporary vibe with lots of wide, floor-to-ceiling windows and Mansard roofs.

There’s 80 residences here in all, mostly two-bedroom models ranging in size from 1,167 to 1,238 square feet. Prices are quite competitive—condos for sale have recently been in listing in the $200s and very low $300s. The location is quite close to the I-395 making for a quick drive to Washington, DC or other spots. This part of Seminary Hill is also associated with the Varsity Park subdivision.

Inside these handsome units you’ll find hardwood or carpet flooring, or in some cases, hardwood laminate. There’s lots of light from the banks of windows along with wide sliders leading to large private patios or balconies. Many of the eat-in kitchens have been updated with oversized cabinets and stainless steel appliances. All units also have washers and dryers.

This is a pet-friendly condominium and the woodsy surroundings offer plenty of places to walk man’s best friend. Residents also enjoy a party room, extra storage and assigned parking. The Alexandria Overlook is near the intersection of Van Dorn and Seminary Road. The Arlington border is close by, as is the Village at Shirlington’s Arts and Entertainment District.

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