DC Design House Will Hit Market For $15 Million

by UrbanTurf Staff

DC Design House Will Hit Market For $15 Million: Figure 1
2013 DC Design House

The DC Design House for 2013 will be a five-level, 15,000-square foot newly built home that will have a $15 million price tag, reports Curbed DC.

Curbed writes that the home on Foxhall Road (map) will have at least six bedrooms, including amenities such as “an infinity pool, wet bar on the top floor (near the balcony), a catering kitchen (in addition to the impressive main kitchen), and media room and sauna.”

The designers will be chosen by mid-December and then will spend four months making the house look spiffy before the public gets a look in April 2013.

For more details, check out the DC Design House website.

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  1. DCist said at 4:16 am on Wednesday November 14, 2012:
    Are they serious?! The epitome of a macmansion design. Its just....bad.
  1. Christopher Hoven said at 11:44 pm on Wednesday December 5, 2012:
    Disgusting. Wasteful. Tasteless. A celebration of unbridled, ostentatious consumerism. Why would any ONE family need that much space? Think of the many poor and low income DC residents who could get decent housing for this ONE house's price tag.
  1. Richard said at 5:51 pm on Saturday December 15, 2012:
    This is a joke, the home will sit on a tiny lot squished between a hundred other homes. The neighborhood looks horrible and it is poorly planned (I drive past it daily). It is not energy efficient and it costs a fortune to heat and cool every month, not to mention the heated pool and all the other ridiculous features. If they wanted to do something stunning and innovative try building and designing an energy efficient home. In this age of climate change and soaring energy prices they should be ashamed of themselves for that cold monstrosity that celebrates waste.
  1. Anonymous said at 6:49 pm on Saturday January 12, 2013:
    Guess what? It is energy-efficient with the latest appliances, and zoned for heating and air-conditioning. What do you know? The home was built for an embassy residence.

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