Want to live like a captain? Old Town home that dates to 1770 hits the market.

The home dates to 1770, but was renovated in 2014. (Courtesy Jaren Drew Horsley with Linen & Lens)

An Old Town Alexandria home that dates to 1770 has hit the market for $2.295 million.

The 4,374-square-foot Federal-style brick home located at 116 Prince St. features five bedrooms, three full bathrooms (plus a half-bath) and — this being Old Town — three fireplaces.

The home was restored and renovated in 2014, but still features its original pine-plank floors. The property includes a club room, wine storage, media room, game room, a patio with hot tub, deck and terrace areas. The updated kitchen is by Italian designer Boffi, and the baths feature wares by Spanish manufacturer Porcelanosa.

The house is on Old Town’s famed Captain’s Row, a cobblestone stretch of Prince Street near the Potomac River and Union Street’s restaurants that’s popular for wedding and prom photos. The property does not have off-street parking, so you’ll have to regularly navigate those cobblestones for a spot near the front door.

Charles York and Greg Doherty with the Alexandria office…

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