Home is a basic necessity that we all need and the recent stay at home orders due to coronavirus has made it more important. Our home requirements are changing with the changing times. Given below are the most popular trends in the real estate industry regarding post-pandemic imp[rovements and requirements. Continue reading “4 Popular Post-Pandemic Home Trends”
The George Washington Masonic National Memorial is a memorial and museum, an active Masonic temple, a research library, a cultural space, a community and performing arts center, and an important regional landmark. This magnificent nine-story neoclassical structure has been erected and maintained by the Freemasons of the United States as an expression of the high esteem. Continue reading “Make a Trip To George Washington Masonic National Memorial Near Alexandria House”
Alexandria Public Schools is continuing to provide food at no cost for any child and any family who needs it during the school closures. There are two ways to access food while schools are closed. Continue reading “Food For Students And Families In Alexandria”
Alexandria, Virginia, reduced about a 1-mile stretch of Seminary Road from four lanes to three and added new roadway markings, medians, and pedestrian crosswalks to improve safety. a preliminary study revealed the restructuring has increased travel times in peak periods during both morning and evening rush hours following the work last fall. Continue reading “Preliminary Report Reveals Increase In Commute Times On Alexandria’s Seminary Road”
If you are a history buff, you will definitely love exploring the Lee-Fendall House Museum in Old Town.
Alexandria is a city of events and festivals. There are several events in the town which attracts the attention of the tourists as well as the residents. Some of such events are given below which you can’t miss while being in town. Continue reading “4 Festivals You Can’t Miss In Alexandria”
Helen Miller/Bernard Hunter Park is located at 224 North Fayette Street Alexandria, VA. The Park features a basketball court and playground. This is a great little community park for younger kids. The playground has a nice squishy surface so that kids can fall and not hurt themselves. Both infant and kid swings are available. Slides, seesaw, and climbing structure are also available in Helen Miller/Bernard Hunter Park. Continue reading “Things You Should Know About Helen Miller/Bernard Hunter Park”
The Alexandria House is conveniently surrounded by several parks that offer various amenities to the residents. These parks include: