Foxhall Village (Washington, DC)
By Peggy Yee, Search Vienna Homes For Sale - Northern Virginia
(NoVa House and Home)
1Foxhall Village Homes For Sale | Washington, DC - October 2019This is a snapshot of recent sales in the Foxhall Village neighborhood of Washington, DC. Real estate market data and analysis is provided by Peggy Yee, Realtor. Click here to sign up for my free monthly real estate market update.Highest and Lowest Sold Foxhall Village Home ValuesIn the past 6 months, 4 properties have sold in Foxhall Village ranging from a 4-bed, 2-bath Townhome for$910,000 to a 4-bed, 4-bath, and 1-half bath Detached for$1,495,000.ATTENTION Foxhall Village Home Owners - Sell Your Home The Easy Way!Get the inside secrets from the best Foxhall Village real estate agent Peggy Yee on the exact strategies she uses to sell homes for top dollar.Get all your questions answered today.Find out how you canSell Your H...
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By Paul Kitchen Group, Vero Beach Real Estate
(Starfish Real Estate)
Find FOXHALL Homes For Sale and FOXHALL Home Values. We also have information on mortgages, insurance, movers and other Washington DC Real Estate Services for anyone looking to sell or buy a home in beautiful WASHINGTON DC. Washington DC Real Estate Paul Kitchen and Starfish Team provide clients, family and close friends with professional, honest and dependable service. A resident of Florida and MD, Paul is extremely familiar with the local neighborhoods including FOXHALL, school districts and the Washington DC Real Estate market in this beautiful DC town. Paul Kitchen Keller Williams Realty Consultants 3915 National Drive, Ste 100 Burtonsville, MD 20866 (202) 568-6580 Direct (301) 384-9494 Office (800) 793-7304 Toll Free Washington DC Real Estate Washington DC Real Estate Blog
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By Patricia Kennedy, Home in the Capital
(RLAH Real Estate)
Over the past couple of days, I've seen posts warning us not to give any information over the phone to people who call us saying they are from the Census Bureau and they need information about vacant houses.  And it struck a chord with me, as an urban agent with clients whose alarm systems are sometimes as expensive as my car. And then today, I got one of those calls.  The caller was a woman who did not sound like someone who wanted to get information so she could rob one of my listings.  And she sounded genuinely frustrated that she could not get any information on Foxhall Village, the neighborhood she was assigned.  Oh, and did I mention that it's a neighborhood where I've never ever had a single listing? I explained to her nicely that there were alerts going around the city - and th...
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By Patricia Kennedy, Home in the Capital
(RLAH Real Estate)
According to neighborhood lore, Washington developer Harry Boss returned from a trip to England smitten with the town of Bath.  So he decided to try to recreate its village feel with the brick and stucco homes in Foxhall Village. He began his project in 1925, creating winding streets of tudor style row houses, complete with roundabout gardens at many intersections.  It was named after Henry Foxall (Boss took the liberty of adding the "h"), a buddy of Thomas Jefferson's and a former mayor of Georgetown.  There are no two houses alike, although they do have many of the same arches between the living and dining room, and most have beautiful marble fireplaces.  And when you step inside one of these homes, you never know what you'll find.  Some are pretty much they way Mr. Boss built them, w...
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