GDoN “ELEVATOR to all Levels” edition

4709 Foxhall Crescent Northwest

This house is located at 4709 Foxhall Crescent, Northwest. The listing says:

“ELEVATOR to all Levels! Captivating setting in Foxhall Crescents with one of the largest, beautifully landscaped exterior gardens. Stunning views from the living room and dining room. Fabulous contemporary kitchen with all the right bells and whistles! Enjoy coffee in the kitchen or on the back patio. This three level home has a wonderful floor plan for entertaining and everyday living.”

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You can see more photos here.

This 4 bed/4.5 bath is going for $2,195,000.

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  • Am I the only one who finds the houses in the Foxhall Crescent to be totally offputting? It’s like living in a suburban development of McMansions for over $2 million a pop in a location that is near pretty much nothing. The house is “eh” and the location in that development is just terrible. There are beautiful homes for similar prices very nearby in the immediate neighborhood. I don’t understand why anyone would want to buy there.

    • This x 1000.
      I have a colleague who lives in one of these houses. The developer built out the lot to maximum and each has a tiny yard. I like the Foxhall/Palisades location, but the houses are just So. Damn. Fugly. And the style can best be characterized as Mini Embassy, it’s embarrassing. I think there’s much better homes in nice parts NW DC to pay this kind of coin.

    • The Hamptons epitomizes this. Generic mansions built on spec and sold for $15mm each. Totally bewildering to drive around and see the same house, on identical acre lots with the requisite pool and tennis court, surrounded by 10ft hedgerows.
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      The truth is that the rich are no different than everyone else. These mansions are no different than cheaper identical suburban houses, or identical gray and opened up developer flips in logan circle.

  • janie4

    For that much money, I expect better than Ikea cabinets

  • I Dont Get It

    I surprised you don’t see Chris Harrison lurking in the pictures.

  • I didn’t even know that DC had a neighborhood called Berkley.

    • I learned last week about a D.C. neighborhood named Peabody. (I think — I’d never heard of it, so it might not have stuck in my head properly.)

  • For $2.2 million, I don’t think the garage door should be on the front facade of the house — so unsightly.

  • It really is awful – no thanks!

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