A recently-completed home in a section of DC known for large ambassadorial residences is now the priciest residence on the market in the city.
The seven-bedroom house at 2425 Foxhall Road NW (map) was listed on Friday with Margot Wilson of Washington Fine Properties for $20 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. Pandemic-related issues have resulted in their return being delayed, so they are now selling the home.
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.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/new-20-million-foxhall-mansion-is-dcs-most-expensive-home-for-sale/19239.
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