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Gutted, renovated Old Town Alexandria home with carriage house wants $3.5M

A mosaic in the foyer, hand-stenciled walls, and more included

All photos via Washington Fine Properties

Constructed in 1842 and gutted in 1995, this Old Town Alexandria single-family home has undergone multiple renovations. Featured in The Washington Post, it’s thanks to D.C. designer David H. Mitchell, architect Thomas Manion, and builder Harry Braswell that the home has become as attractive as it is now.

The Washington Post noted the foyer’s mosaic in Italian Travertine tile on the floor, hand-stenciled walls, and rustic lantern from a barn in Connecticut. Other design highlights homebuyers can find in the listing include 16-over-16 sash windows, a metal soaking tub, and a carriage house.

The residence features four bedrooms and four bathrooms across 5,600 square feet of space. The asking price totals $3.5 million.

601 Queen Street [Redfin]

An 1842 Georgian in Old Town Alexandria is a refuge from everyday life [The Washington Post]