Real Estate Sales & Rental Info At And Around Carlyle Square in Alexandria VA

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Del Ray Holiday Card Lane Display To Be Held

Residents can once again see giant-sized holiday cards as part of a continuing tradition in Del Ray. The Holiday Card Lane is a collaborative effort of neighbors on East Luray Avenue to display oversized holiday cards in their front yards. Most of the displays are on East Luray Avenue between Mount Vernon Avenue and Commonwealth Avenue, resident Wendy Moniz told Patch in an email. But this year, more houses are participating, including on East Alexandria Avenue and beyond. Many houses will pair holiday music with their display, and caroling is planned for Dec. 16 at 6 p.m. Continue reading "Del Ray Holiday Card Lane Display To Be Held"
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520 John Carlyle St #331, Alexandria VA 22314 Advertised For Sale

1 Bedroom in Carlyle Square For $424,900

520 John Carlyle St #331 is appears to be an intelligent purchase for many reasons. But Nesbitt Realty is not recommending you buy this condo, or any particular property in 22314 in the City of Alexandria ... at least, not until your agent know your goals. It's more important to me that we find the great property for you. What are your needs? What are your wants?

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What style of property do you prefer? If you like unit/flat condos, you'll love the area around 520 John Carlyle St #331. The highest priced home in the section is listed for $424,900. Do you know if 520 John Carlyle St #331 is a good value? How much space do you need? How much space do you want? The average sized home in Carlyle Square is 730. Continue reading "520 John Carlyle St #331, Alexandria VA 22314 Advertised For Sale"
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Choice To Be Offered In Alexandria Schools About In-Person, Virtual Classes In Fall

Families will have the choice to opt into an optional summer learning program and indicate their preference for the 2021-2022 school year at Alexandria City Public Schools. A learning choice form will be released to families on Tuesday. Families may choose to enroll in the Summer Learning for All and will choose either five days of in-person learning or five days of in-person virtual learning per week for the fall. Families must complete the survey between May 11 and 24. Continue reading "Choice To Be Offered In Alexandria Schools About In-Person, Virtual Classes In Fall"
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Dog-Friendly Bar Opened In Alexandria

Alex Benbassat and Justin LeGore are opening Barkhaus that is a combination bar and dog park on Saturday. Benbassat and LeGore are former roommates who met while studying at Virginia Tech. After visiting Charlotte, North Carolina, where dog bars have become a popular restaurant concept, the duo decided to bring the idea to Northern Virginia. Barkhaus will be the first restaurant-bar-dog park of its kind in the region. Continue reading "Dog-Friendly Bar Opened In Alexandria"
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Be A Part Of Alexandria Restaurant Week To-Go

C ity eateries curate special menus and offer deals in hopes of filling their restaurants with new and returning customers twice a year during Alexandria Restaurant Week. The event will look a little different this summer due to the COVID-19 pandemic. More than 60 local restaurants will participate in Alexandria Restaurant Week To-Go that will be a curbside-focused version of the biannual event. Continue reading "Be A Part Of Alexandria Restaurant Week To-Go"

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