Situated on a former Rockefeller estate in DC's Foxhall neighborhood, 4841 Foxhall Crescent is a country-sized home, on two separately deeded lots, located just minutes from popular shops, restaurants, hiking and biking trails, as well as Georgetown and the rest of downtown DC.
The five-bedroom, five-bath listing, nestled on half an acre of land, includes over 5,700 square feet of newly renovated living space, greeting visitors with a grand dual foyer with marble floors and chandelier. Expertly built with two skylights and floor-to-ceiling windows, the residence has ample natural light on every level.
Three floors and high-end finishes set the stage for easy family living and elegant entertaining. Interior finishes, displayed throughout the home, include crown molding, recessed lighting, stained hardwood flooring, marble fireplace mantles and French doors.
The foyer at 4841 Foxhall Crescent
A gourmet kitchen, dining room and living room are all located on the main level. The dining room has oversized windows and, along with the adjoining living room, access to a side deck. A breakfast room between the kitchen and family rooms boasts a large chandelier and separate door to the back balcony.
The gourmet kitchen comes complete with top-of-the-line upgrades, including NEFF cabinetry, a Sub-Zero refrigerator, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and an island with a Jenn-Air five-burner gas cooktop.
The gourmet kitchen at 4841 Foxhall Crescent
The master bedroom has two large walk-in closets, a white marble en-suite bathroom, tiled waterfall shower and a jetted soaking tub. The other three bedrooms showcase custom, over-sized windows overlooking the pool, hardwood floors and access to a second-floor laundry facility.
The master bathroom at 4841 Foxhall Crescent
The lower level features an in-law/au pair suite with a full en-suite bathroom, private entrance and a gas fireplace. A spacious recreation room with built-in bookcases is also located on this level, giving the owners additional living space that includes a wet bar with built-in wine fridge and sink.
The in-ground pool at 4841 Foxhall Crescent
4841 Foxhall Crescent comes with a host of outdoor amenities including manicured grounds, a 22' x 45' in-ground pool, two oversized decks, a newly installed flagstone patio, wrought iron fencing and a sylvan glade with mature trees, serving as a natural buffer to neighboring properties.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/a_rare_chance_to_own_on_the_former_rockefeller_estate/11741
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