Movie stars former home is for sale


It is not just the popular location in southeast Old Town, the exciting contemporary design, the convenient separate guest house and the romantic Juliet balcony that give the three-level brick townhouse at 632 South Pitt Street its star quality. It was home to Alexandria native Dermot Mulroney, who has starred in major movies like The Wedding Date, and Gracie.

The 27-year-old home and adjoining guest house are now listed with Eva Damelin at Weichert, Realtors in Alexandria for $1,500,000. (Call 703-625-2EVA).  She is hosting an open house there on Sunday, June 24, from 1 to 4 pm.
A brick wall surrounds the entire property. The main house behind the guest house, to provide even more privacy.  It recently underwent a major renovation directed by James Noel of Alexandria, a winner of the Excellence in Architecture Award from the Virginia Society of the American Institute of Architects. 

The interior now displays an exciting modern design. The front door opens onto a living room boasting a dramatic slate fireplace. Hardwood floors continue throughout all three floors.

The galley-style kitchen features a brushed-aluminum breakfast bar, stainless-steel appliances, a wine cooler and LCD flat screen Sony Bravia television  above the bar and sink.

The third-level master suite includes an office space, a spa bath with separate enclosed shower and seven skylights. The two second floor bedrooms have their own baths.

The two-level guest house at 632 1/2 South Pitt Street can  rent for $1,800 a month, said Damelin.

The guest house features hardwood floors, a wood burning fireplace, a full kitchen and a second-story master suite.