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$1,650 || 1 BR Rental At Harbor Terrace || 22314

Lovely condo with townhouse feel. Remodeled kitchen & bath, hardwood floors, in-unit laundry, walk-in closet, extra storage, and off-street parking. Enjoy your morning beverage on your private deck. Convenient to public transportation, GW … [Read more]

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Property Listing

1 beds, 1 full baths

Home size: 800

Added: 08/29/19, Last Updated: 08/30/2019

Property Type: Unit for Rent

MLS Number: VAAX239114

Subdivision: Harbor Terrace

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List Price: 1650.00

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Jones Point Park is owned by the National Park Service and its 52-plus acres comprise the largest open space in Old Town Alexandria VA. Jones Point is located on the Potomac River near the Woodrow Wilson Bridge in the southeast corner of Alexandria, Virginia. Jones Point is a nice place for a walk or picnic by the Potomac and is popular with Alexandria’s bird watchers, dog owners and history buffs. In addition to open green space and river banks, Jones Point offers

  • two large soccer fields,
  • picnic areas with picnic tables,
  • walking and biking trails,
  • garden plots for rent,
  • two fishing piers built over two old ship ramps,
  • and a large ship dock north of the bridge along the river.

Jones Point LighthouseAlthough the National Park Service owns Jones Point Park, the Alexandria Department of Recreation, Parks and Cultural Activities manages the park. The parks custodians strive to preserve and showcase the 9,000 years of human history evidenced at Jones Point. Recognizable touch-points like Jones Point Lighthouse from the middle of the 19th Century are found here along with artifacts from Native Americans and colonists from the early days of European settlement. During the first World War, Jones Point was an important shipbuilding site and remnants of that abandoned heritage are unearthed for visitors to see.

The survey stones placed here under the direction and guidance of George Washington after 1790 mark the original boundaries of the District of Columbia. The land which George Washington surveyed for the Federal City was within the capital boundaries for 45 years, from February 27, 1801, until September 7, 1846, when Alexandria was ceded back into Northern Virginia by Congress.

 

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