Hollin Hills Mid Century Modern Oasis in ALEXANDRIA VA

Just south of Old Town Alexandria is a wooded community of homes that have long been popular with folks seeking a contemporary styled “Mid Century Modern” home. Designed by Charles M. Goodman and developed by Robert Davenport, these homes feature living spaces from 1,100 to more than 3,000 square feet.

If you are not familiar with the modernist enclave of HOLLIN HILLS, it is one of the crown jewels of ALEXANDRIA VA neighborhoods, known not only for its approximately 400 modern masterpieces, but also for its private, wooded lots. This is no cookie cutter neighborhood, with its endlessly varying home designs and lot types. Truly, HOLLIN HILLS is a one of kind neighborhood – not only an architectural oasis, but a literal one, as well, located just a few miles outside Washington, DC, artfully blending convenience and seclusion.

HOLLIN HILLS is also popular due to its extremely convenient location just 15 minutes to the Huntington Metro, less than 10 minutes to the Capital Beltway and the Woodrow Wilson Bridge. And with the ever burgeoning work force at Fort Belvoir and its new state of the art DeWitt Hospital, which is located just 10 minutes away, this neighborhood is bound to become even more popular with home buyers seeking something a little different.

For those commuting by car into the city, everyone knows the best way to go – and the most scenic route – is via the George Washington Parkway.

Nearby you will find the Belle View shopping center, the Mount Vernon Recreation Center and the local public library. And, you’re not far from the bike and jogging path between Mount Vernon and Washington, D.C.

HOLLIN HILLS offers unique architecture, secluded wooded lots in a location that is extremely convenient to everything ALEXANDRIA has to offer. If you are interested in any of the active listings presently available, just give me a call. Or, you can also search for Hollin Hills listings here.

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Hollin Hills Mid Century Modern Oasis in ALEXANDRIA VA

Hollin Hills Mid Century ModernJust south of Old Town Alexandria is a wooded community of homes that have long been popular with folks seeking a contemporary styled “Mid Century Modern” home.  Designed by Charles M. Goodman and developed by Robert Davenport, these homes feature living spaces from 1,100 to more than 3,000 square feet. 

If you are not familiar with the modernist enclave of HOLLIN HILLS, it is one of the crown jewels of ALEXANDRIA VA neighborhoods, known not only for its approximately 400 modern masterpieces,  but also for its private, wooded lots.  This is no cookie cutter neighborhood, with its endlessly varying home designs and lot types.  Truly, HOLLIN HILLS is a one of kind neighborhood – not only an architectural oasis, but a literal one, as well, located just a few miles outside Washington, DC, artfully blending convenience and seclusion.

HOLLIN HILLS is also popular due to its extremely convenient location just 15 minutes to the Huntington Metro, less than 10 minutes to the Capital Beltway and the Woodrow Wilson Bridge.  And with the ever burgeoning work force at Fort Belvoir and its new state of the art DeWitt Hospital, which is located just 10 minutes away, this neighborhood is bound to become even more popular with home buyers seeking something a little different. 

For those commuting by car into the city, everyone knows the best way to go – and the most scenic route – is via the George Washington Parkway. 

Nearby you will find the Belle View shopping center, the Mount Vernon Recreation Center and the local public library. And, you’re not far from the bike and jogging path between Mount Vernon and Washington, D.C. 

HOLLIN HILLS offers unique architecture, secluded wooded lots in a location that is extremely convenient to everything ALEXANDRIA has to offer.   If you are interested in any of the active listings presently available, just give me a call.  Or, you can also use the quick search below to search for listings in this as well as other nearby neighborhoods.


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