Foxhall Crescent D.C. Real Estate
Foxhall Crescent, often mistaken for Foxhall Village, is a neighborhood that was originally part of the estate of Vice President Nelson Rockefeller. In the late 1980’s, years after he had moved, the Foxhall Crescent subdivisions were developed.
This neighborhood is a largely a cluster of homes located in cul-de-sacs between Foxhall Road and 48th Street Northwest. The mix of home styles reflect their owners; varied diplomats from various countries around the world.
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Foxhall Crescent is known for its stately manors, designed for privacy on large lots, with enclosed balconies, and treed borders or open spaces between homes. Many have brick and stucco exteriors with solid wood doors and large windows, and share curving exterior and interior staircases. The Beaux Arts architectural style is also common in this neighborhood. The median sold price for a home in Foxhall Crescent is 1,875,000 and a condo $359,000.
Local Foxhall Crescent schools include Field School (grades 7-12), Our Lady of Victory School (pre-K to 8), and St. Patrick’s Episcopal Day School (pre-K to 8).
For information about Foxhall Crescent and surrounding area real estate, please contact Lynn Bulmer, Washington DC Realtor® at 202-257-2410.