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After Top to Bottom Renovation, This Alexandria Home Lands on the Market for $2.35M

Located in the Rosemont neighborhood with additions like a wine cellar and laundry room

Wine cellar? Check. Lower level storage room? Check. Professional grade appliances? Check. In this Alexandria, Virginia single-family home, there’s so much to love. Tucked between Old Town and Del Ray in the Rosemont neighborhood, this six-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bathroom listing is on the market for $2.35 million.

According to the listing, it was constructed in 1923 by William P. Woolls and expanded in c. 1938. In 2015, the home was renovated from top to bottom with new windows, mechanical systems, electrical, and plumbing. Since it was built, it has only been under the possession of the Woolls family. Now, it’s on the market for a new family to take care of.

On the main level, there is a flexible floor plan with a modern kitchen. The kitchen offers a custom walnut-topped center island . Off in the living room is an oversized original fireplace and a glass-enclosed sunroom. In one of the two upper levels, there is a laundry room, while in the lower level, there is a rec room and den.

For a closer look inside, check out the below photo gallery.