811 Prince Street
Alexandria, Virginia

811 Prince Street is recorded on the National Register of Historic Places as the Bayne Fowle House and the Bayne-Moore Mourot House. This brick, sandstone, and iron residence was built in 1854 in the Italianate architectural style. During the Civil War, the house was occupied by Northern troops and later confiscated by the federal government and converted to a hospital for wounded soldiers. The house returned to a residence in 1871.

MarChuk performed a complete historic renovation to the house in 2007 which included preservation of the wounded civil war soldiers' hand written notes on the attic walls, renovation of the historic entranceways, structural repairs, wood flooring restoration, complete mechanical and electrical upgrade, door and window restoration, ornate plaster repair, kitchen renovation and upgraded equipment, and exterior repairs.