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Warwick Village is a residential community of twelve streets, located in Alexandria, Virginia, adjacent to popular Del Ray. The fifty-five acre property is bounded by Sanborn Place on the north, Mt. Ida Avenue on the south, Mount Vernon Avenue (Del Ray) on the east and Mosby Avenue on the west. The neighborhood borders the communities of Del Ray, North Ridge, Potomac West and Arlandria.
Warwick Village consists of approximately 625 brick townhouses, with original floorpans offering three bedrooms, 1.5 baths and basement, offering 1,102 square feet of interior space. Built circa 1953 on the former Warwick country estate of DC businessman Frank Hume, the townhouses were originally constructed as rentals. It wasn’t until 1970 that the neighborhood converted to fee simple status.
While the exteriors of Warwick Village homes are fairly uniform, homeowners have remodeled interiors, personalizing spaces, adding bedrooms and bathrooms to basements. Home values here have risen significantly during the past decade and are expected to continue to grow with the “Amazon Effect.”
While individual parking spaces are not an option in Warwick Village, its layout includes access lanes on each street to provide parking for residents, guests and deliveries.
Warwick Village’s own amenities include a community pool, the James Duncan Library, an annual Easter egg hunt and an annual luminary display and holiday party. The neighborhood also borrows amenities from nearby Del Ray, which offers Mount Vernon shopping, dining and a Saturday farmer’s market. The area offers five parks; Goat Hill Park, Landover Park and Colesanto Park are all within Warwick Village boundaries, and nearby Monticello Park (North Ridge), and Four Mile Run Park (Arlandria).