This newly built home is located at 2509 Foxhall Road Nw in Washington, DC. It was built by Gibson Builders and is situated on a 3/4 acre lot with views of both the National Cathedral and the Washington Monument. It boasts 11,800 square feet of living space with 7 bedrooms, 8 full and 2 half bathrooms, formal dining room, formal living room, 7 fireplaces, family room with French doors leading to outdoor terrace, library with custom built-ins and a gourmet kitchen. The lower level boasts a 2nd kitchen, wet bar area, wine cellar, gym and a recreation room. There is also an infinity edge swimming pool and a 4-car garage. It is listed at $10,750,000.

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  • Daniel

    Just ask yourself, does that quaint exterior really command a $10 million+ price? It doesn’t.




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    • Stewie

      I like the exterior a lot tbh. Classically beautiful. Timeless and understated. It’s quite beautiful, I love that kind of style




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      • Daniel

        Would you pay $10 million for it?




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  • Iemand

    It’s not bad, really. But I don’t see 10 million either…




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  • Nalin

    the 10 million is for the location, and believe me it might be worth it. Most houses in this area of DC aren’t very cheap at all.




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  • Venom

    Almost $11 million for this?
    Yeah right.
    That would mean the lot is worth about $9 million or so and that sure is not so.
    I would rather be on a beach somewhere for that money.




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  • Someone Special

    11mil for that?? hahahah what a joke!!




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  • Nalin

    and don’t forget, the house is almost 12,000 sq ft haha (even though it looks like a cottage)




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  • Oliver

    Wow, i love the exterior. Classic and beautifully done!! truly spectactular. interior is nothing too over the top but i really like it. i can see this being a nice family home. price is way more than id be willing to pay for it but i do love the curbside appeal.




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