Own our Model on the Potomac River, Watermark’s Largest Waterfront Condominium.
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The Watermark’s Largest waterfront Condominium on Potomac River – Maine. Watermark is a new condo development at 225 Strand Street, Alexandria. The development was completed in 2020. Watermark has a total of 18 units.Enjoy expansive views of the Potomac River from your living room and chef-inspired kitchen. A large separate dining room or family room opens to a covered balcony. Your owner’s suite and two guest bedrooms impress with uniquely large closets.
A formal entry foyer welcomes you to 2,900 SF of Quality, Space, and Privacy. Crafted by IDI, the developer with a history of creating iconic waterfront condominiums, it’s a must see. Enjoy expansive views of the Potomac River from your living room and chef-inspired kitchen. A large separate dining room or family room opens to a covered balcony. Your owner’s suite and two guest bedrooms impress with uniquely large closets. Don’t miss your opportunity to own the waterfront. Only 2 residences remain from $2.995M.
The Best View Watermark’s Sunrise
Sunrise at Watermark reveals an Old Town visitors rarely see. The quiet lapping of wake upon shore. Dogs taking their parents for a stroll. Dappled light dancing on the Potomac. This is how Watermark greets the day.
A rich waterfront legacy
Your home at Watermark will become an indelible part of the history of this quaint port town, built upon foundations of historic commerce and colonial charm.
The city at your doorstep
Step out your front door and you are immediately immersed in Old Town’s vibrant energy, as great places to shop, dine, mix and mingle unfold for blocks.
Home sweet home
With floorplans that reach to 2,900 square feet, and IDI’s renowned attention to detail, your home at Watermark will feel more like an 18th century mansion than a condominium.
Features & Finishes
Along with the development team, McWilliams | Ballard has implemented safety precautions to ensure everyone’s safety and health during the COVID-19 outbreak.