Did you miss reading Patch a few days last week during your winter break? West End Alexandria Patch featured a five-part series on historic homes in the Seminary Hill community of the city.
Here’s a quick recap. Click on the links below for the full stories and learn a little more about our community!
History on the Hill: Wright-inspired House Unique to Alexandria: Ken and Judie Elder own a home inspired by the work of Frank Lloyd Wright.
History on the Hill: The Seminary’s Aspinwall Hall: Virginia Theological Seminary hall was once used to house Episcopal students.
History on the Hill: The Soergel Home: The Soergel home once served as quarters for servants or slaves.
History on the Hill: The ‘Two over Two’: Dr. David Giammittorio and his wife, Roberta, live in a historic home on Fort Williams Parkway.
History on the Hill: Willow Oak: Bill and Linda Dickinson’s property has been traded three times in a poker game.