Fox News Bret Baier Drops Price of Foxhall Home By $3 Million

  • February 26th

by UrbanTurf Staff

2400 Foxhall Road NW. Click to enlarge.

Fox News anchor Bret Baier has dropped the price for his sprawling Foxhall Road home in DC, but it still could set a record at the new price. 

Back in October, Daniel Heider of TTR Sotheby's International Realty listed Baier's home at 2400 Foxhall Road NW for $31.9 million. This past weekend, the price was reduced to $28.995 million. 

The living room. Click to enlarge.

Between the land and construction, Baier and his wife spent about $30 million building the home, but only lived in it for a year, as the family relocated to Palm Beach, Florida. 

Basketball court.

The 16,250 square-foot listing, built by Banks Development, features a putting green, a game room with a golf simulator, a bar, and an indoor sports court as some of its more striking amenities. 

Putting green. Click to enlarge.

If the home sells for close to its new asking price, it would dethrone the Bowie-Sevier house in Georgetown, which sold for $24 million in 2007, as the most expensive home ever sold in the city. 

Photos courtesy of Studio Trejo.

This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/fox_news_bret_baier_drops_price_of_foxhall_home_by_3_million/22008.

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