Making room for older family members.
Planning for multigenerational living has been on the rise in recent years. With life expectancies increasing and early baby boomers entering their golden years, this trend is expected to continue. As with any remodeling project, there are a number of factors to consider when planning a renovation for a growing household.
In August, 2016, 217 Alexandria homes sold between $1,710,000-$120,000.
Alexandria Home Sales: August, 2016
Complete due diligence upfront to research any ordinances or restrictions that may affect the project.
Unfortunately, homeowners and contractors often forget important steps during this project feasibility phase, which sometimes leads to wasted time and money or abandoned projects. To ensure you sidestep those mistakes, start with this checklist to look into to help minimize setbacks while planning and executing your next renovation.
Family entertainment suite, larger breakfast area, private second level decking among stand-out custom features
To Sanjay and Deepika Sardana, who have occupied a Colonial style-home in Vienna for 14 years, the great achievement of their new sunroom addition is how well it meets their requirements regarding views, available light and interior design.
Local furniture maker combines style and comfort
John W. Smith treks through a maze of sleek chairs and stately sofas in a large, sunlit showroom tucked in an industrial warehouse center in Fairfax. He pauses at a dining chair, upholstered in beige linen and framed with espresso hardwood.
In July, 2016, 258 Alexandria homes sold between $3,765,000-$90,000.
Home Sales in July, 2016
Accident highlights need for alternative travel options for elderly.
According to police, at 10 a.m. on Aug. 2, Leonard Wainstein, a 92-year-old Fairfax resident, was looking for a parking spot at a bank in Old Town Alexandria.
Alexandria abode has remained in the same family since 1923.
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.
Practical and chic ideas for making a home back-to-school ready.
Before school begins later this month, taking the time to organize home and school supplies can take the stress out of the transition from a laid-back summer to a structured, schedule-driven school year. Local home design and organizational experts share ideas to help parents add practical organizational tools to their home without sacrificing their sense of style.
In June, 2016, 281 Alexandria homes sold between $1,795,000-$99,000.
Alexandria Home Sales: June, 2016
Flight changes have caused deafening conditions at homes
At a meeting convened for community members to discuss airplane noise complaints, the irony of some struggling to hear over the sound of planes taxiing just outside the packed lounge at Reagan Washington National Airport’s historic Terminal A wasn’t lost on the audience of more than 300.
In May, 2016, 287 Alexandria homes sold between $2,325,000-$136,100.
Alexandria Home Sales: May, 2016
In April, 2016, 231 Alexandria homes sold between $2,500,000-$83,000.
Alexandria Home Sales: April, 2016
In March, 2016, 208 Alexandria homes sold between $1,552,000-$100,000.
Alexandria Home Sales: March, 2016
In February, 2016, 120 Alexandria homes sold between $3,700,000-$102,000.
Alexandria Home Sales: February, 2016