110 Gibbon Street
Extensive renovations transform this end-unit townhome into an exquisite and very rare find that could grace the pages of Architectural Digest. The custom design fuses traditional warmth with a fresh and contemporary aesthetic that creates an exceptionally welcoming environment. This home is uniquely set back from the street by a garden entrance and also features a Zen-inspired rear patio. 110 Gibbon Street sits in the heart of Old Town’s highly desirable Southeast quadrant and is adjacent to a newly renovated Potomac-front park and the Mt. Vernon Trail. Enjoy the convenience and joy of walking to your choice of grocery stores as well as countless restaurants and boutiques.
What We Love
Stroll along cobblestone streets, spend time exploring historic landmarks, and shop at hundreds of local shops and eateries, all in idyllic Old Town Alexandria. Everything from the neighborly residents to the charming Old Town Alexandria real estate will have you wanting to call this community home.
One of the most unique neighborhoods in America, Old Town real estate is full of history. The community is home to more than 4,200 historic buildings from the 18th and 19th centuries, with sea ports on the Potomac River that were regularly used during the colonial and revolutionary periods. You can easily see history’s impact on the area in everything from Old Town’s real estate to the small-town feeling that it still holds today.
Old Town real estate includes some of the most charming architecture and properties in the area, with regulations in place to keep it that way. Townhouses on cobblestone streets, row houses with brick sidewalks, and some new modern constructions create a wonderful blend of historic charm and modern convenience.
Old Town has over 100 locally owned shops, most of them a part of the local Boutique District. In these shops, you can really get to know the shop-owners and support the local community. Relaxing restaurants, independent coffee shops, and wine bars provide the perfect backdrop for a night out, with plentiful art galleries, theatres, and parks around to explore. You can jump on a boat to get to Nationals Park for a baseball game, or to Georgetown or National Harbor for even more shopping or dining.
With a quaint small town atmosphere and the flair of city living, this waterfront town is the perfect place for residents of all ages and lifestyles. Just minutes from downtown Washington, DC, close to a major airport, and central transportation running throughout the area, it’s easy to enjoy everything Old Town has to offer. It’s very walkable, so we recommend strolling along the cobblestone streets to get a true feel for the neighborhood.
Don’t miss out on the Saturday Farmers’ Market at Market Square, where you can pick up fresh produce and local products. What’s even better is seeing the familiar vendors and friendly faces week after week, adding even more of a small-town feel to this sweet community. Fun fact: this market is the longest running one in the USA; even George Washington used to sell products there! You’ll also want to stop by Brut for a glass of wine or Champagne. It’s a true neighborhood treasure!