FOXHALL VILLAGE DEVELOPMENT

The Isaacs Team Districtre.com

New Homes in Foxhall Village DC

Active Foxhall Village Development

Foxhall Village is an elegant enclave of luxury historic homes bordered by Glover Archbold Park. Only 350 residences make up this small neighborhood of Tudor architecture and tree-lined streets. It was built in the 1920’s and 1930’s to mimic an English town, and offers very little possibility for new development, however the custom community of 1801 Foxhall was recently added. 1801 Foxhall is a luxury custom home community spanning 8.5 acres of the former Brady estate. The development includes 27 single family detached lots for custom homes construction by one of the community’s approved builders. 1801 Foxhall is adjacent to Glover Archbold Park and Whitehaven Park. Previous owner of the full 17-acre parcel was The Casey Foundation, which originally wanted to donate the estate to the District a mayoral residence, annexing adjacent federal parkland, but the plan was nixed by neighborhood opposition. The land was sold to St Patrick’s Episcopal Day School, with proceeds donated to the Salvation Army instead.St. Patrick’s split off 8 acres, sold to Elm Street Development for their 1801 Foxhall project.
1801 FOXHALL

CUSTOM HOMES

TOOLS FOR BUYERS & SELLERS

Tools, articles, data and more!

BUYING NEW CONSTRUCTION

Learn about buying new homes

DISCOVER DC NEIGHBORHOODS

Where do you want to live?

BUY SMART.   SELL SMART.   HIRE SMART AGENTS.

CONNECT

Serving the neighborhoods of Northwest DC, Northeast DC, Southeast DC and Southwest DC including Dupont Circle, Logan Circle, Crestwood, Capitol Hill, H Street, Kalorama, Mount Pleasant, Columbia Heights, Georgetown, West End, Burleith, Foggy Bottom, Shaw, LeDroit Park, Bloomingdale, U Street, Penn Quarter, Mt. Vernon Triangle, Palisades, Chevy Chase, Friendship Heights, Barnaby Woods, American University Park, Observatory Circle, Forest Hills, Woodley Park, FoxHall, 14th Street Corridor, U Street Corridor, Meridian Hill, Hill East, Barracks Row, Eastern Market and portions of Northern Virginia including Arlington, Alexandria, McLean, Great Falls, Fairfax, Vienna and Falls Church.
Development and MRIS information on this site is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Square footage and other details are as represented by sellers, their representatives and/or developers.
Get in Touch