During the winter and fall, the Washington Monument can be seen from the third floor of this home.
Photo courtesy of McEnearney Associates
Among the stately homes in Alexandria's Rosemont neighborhood, nestled between Del Ray and Old Town, is a testament to one family’s predilection for entertaining. This elegant home has remained in the same family since its construction.
Built in 1923 by William P. Woolls, the home features a state-of-the-art kitchen with custom walnut-topped center island, wine cellar and a glass-enclosed sunroom which overlooks a manicured landscape of more than one-third of an acre.
“Wine enthusiasts will appreciate the temperature controlled wine cellar room … [and] the three closets in the master bedroom,” said Allison Goodhart DuShuttle of the Goodhart Group at McEnearney Associates.
The Washington Monument can be seen from the third floor of the home most easily during autumn and winter when the trees on the lot have shed their leaves.
The living room has an oversized original fireplace. There are six bedrooms, and the laundry room is located on the main bedroom level.
The home on the market for $2,350,000 and is located at 307 W. Walnut Street in Alexandria.