This Washington, DC community is located south of Wesley Heights and north of the Potomac River. Made up of Foxhall Crescent and Foxhall Village, the community is known for its beautiful houses and townhomes, many of which were originally established in the 1920s. Housing prices are on the higher end, with starting prices in the $700,000’s. It’s also quite common for many homes to be listed for more than $1 million.
Attractions and Conveniences Around Foxhall
- One of the great things about Foxhall is the variety of parks that are only a short distance away. Glover Archbold Park is one of the closest, along with Battery Kemble Park, Wesley Heights Park and Foxhall Playground.
- The George Washington University Mount Vernon Campus is only a few minutes away from the neighborhood.
- MacArthur Boulevard, Foxhall Crecent’s southern border, has plenty of restaurants for residents to choose from. Whether you feel like sushi, pizza, seafood or Mediterranean food, you’re sure to find something to please.
- The neighborhood is approximately six miles from Arlington, the National Mall and Bethesda, MD.
Your New Home in DC’s Foxhall Neighborhood
If you’d like to learn more about the homes for sale in Washington DC’s Foxhall community, please let us know. We’d be more than happy to provide you with key insight into the Washington, DC housing market, show you homes that meet your search criteria, and answer any questions you might have. If you’re ready to begin your search for a home in Foxhall or any other Washington, DC neighborhood, get in touch with us – Betsy Schuman Dodek and Marsha Schuman.