We were given one of the best gifts this holiday season, an inside scoop on SGA Company’s Georgetown development, Alexander Hall. Located in Georgetown’s idyllic east village, just far enough from the hustle and bustle, but still close to the action. This new development features three stunning three-bedroom condos and one gigantic 5000 square foot house.
The development is nestled by foliage which created a sense of privacy and exclusivity. Perhaps our favorite feature at Alexander Hall is access to the Four Seasons amenities including reserved parking in the 24-hour valet garage and fitness, spa, and pool membership privileges.
The interior of the condos are just as beautiful as the exterior. Each of the condos features wide plank wooden floors and spacious high ceilings. Natural light pours into the homes from the many well-placed windows. Each space feels open by design, and the rooms flow nicely from one space to the next. All of the residences have SubZero kitchen appliances, Mouser and Ultracraft cabinetry, Kohler, Toto, and Duravit bathroom fixtures, Porcelanosa floor and wall tiles, Smarthome automation technology, and environmentally friendly LED lighting.
The history of the development is also remarkable. The developer’s account is below.
Alexander Hall pays homage to two historically significant structures: The Hall House, c. 1810, and the Alexander Memorial Baptist Church, c. 1909.
2715 N Street NW was constructed as a standalone two-story residence in the early 1800s, distinguished by its lush gardens on all four sides. A presidentially decorated astronomer named Asaph Hall purchased the property in 1868. Hall, who was best known for his discovery of the moons of Mars, lived here with his wife Angeline and their four children for nearly forty years. During their residency, the Halls added a third story to their home and extensively modified its architecture to embody the Italianate style – many elements of which remain today.
The trustees of the Alexander Memorial Baptist Church purchased the property from Asaph Hall’s descendants. The congregation was so named to honor the Reverend Sandy Alexander, a former slave and the original founder of First Baptist Church of Georgetown. Leadership of Alexander Memorial Baptist Church retained the Hall House as a support facility and built a new sanctuary, located at 2709 N Street NW, in 1909. The continued dedication of congregants protected these important buildings for over one hundred years.
Interested in a tour. Email or call us. These condos certainly won’t last.