A seven-bedroom home in a section of DC known for large ambassadorial residences just re-entered the market.
The 11,000 square-foot house at 2425 Foxhall Road NW (map) was re-listed on Monday with Margot Wilson of Washington Fine Properties for $14.25 million. Completed by Banks Development Co. late last year, the home, designed by GTM Architects, was built for an American family now living in London. The family has decided to stay abroad and is selling the home. It was originally listed in February for $20 million.
As expected of a home carrying this price tag, the rooms have a grand scale meant for entertaining with tall ceilings and large windows. Outdoors, there are terraced gardens and a south-facing loggia, swimming pool, and a large entertaining space. Each of the seven bedrooms is en suite and there are two large offices.
There is a great room on the lower level with a wet bar, as well as a large exercise studio. The home also has a three-car garage with a breezeway entrance to a main level mudroom and a cobblestone motor court.
Photos courtesy of Peter Papoulakos and Greg Powers.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/foxhall_mansion_re-enters_market_as_one_of_dcs_priciest_homes_for_sale/20312.
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