The community's grand colonial-style buildings situate themselves amongst 19th and 20th century bungalows in the coveted Del Ray area of Alexandria, providing a warm, whimsical atmosphere. The Gardens at Del Ray is within walking distance to Mt. Vernon Ave shops that boast the tagline, "Where Main Street Still Exists" and host the multicultural festival, Arts on the Avenue.
This location will make you feel at home while still offering the convenience of being minutes to the Potomac Yard Shopping Center, historic Old Town Alexandria and two metro stations that can take you to Washington, DC and beyond. These newly renovated apartment homes boast individually-controlled central air, gourmet kitchens, en-suite laundry, and updated bathrooms to suit your contemporary tastes without compromising the inviting character and charm that embodies these residences.
Pet Policy: dogs and cats welcome. $400 total fee + $35/month pet rent. 35 lb weight restriction on top two floors; 50 lb weight limit on ground-level. Breed restrictions apply.
A variety of restaurants are within a 5-minute walk, including Mancini's Caf and Bakery, Al's Steak House, Rosemarino d'Italia and Thai Peppers Restaurant.
Bike trails, a harbor and more is nearby at Daingerfield Island, located less than 5 minutes away by car from the community.
Del Rey's eclectic shopping is within a 5-minute walk at Del Rey Variety store, A Show of Hands gift store and Clay Queen Pottery.
George Washington University, renowned for its programs in international affairs and political management, is about a 5-minute drive away.
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