Welcome to Foxhall
The first Foxhall homes were built back in the mid-1920s as part of a planned community of Tudor-style townhomes styled after those found in the English countryside. The triangular neighborhood is made up of quaint rows of townhomes with brick, stucco facades, chimneys, and beautifully kept yards and gardens.
The private, walkable village is a suburban haven dotted with shops and cafes and is just minutes from downtown businesses, restaurants, nightlife, and more.
What to Love
- The residential area feels removed from the city yet is close to everything
- Beautiful historic Tudor homes with loads of charm and character
- Walkable village with shops, cafes, restaurants, and parks
- A close-knit community makes it easy to know your neighbors
- Close proximity to Georgetown
- Lots of nearby trails and parks
Foxhall offers a community that comes together for projects and neighborhood events. Although you are minutes from the busy D.C. hustle and bustle, you feel as though you are in your own secluded country village, far removed from the noise, traffic, and stress. The moment you enter the village, everything slows down, and a sense of peace and wonder prevails. You will see residents walking their dogs, taking an evening stroll or a morning jog, and children having the run of the neighborhood.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Foxhall residents enjoy a wealth of shops and places to eat, drink, relax, and socialize. The secluded feel of the village can almost lull you into believing you are set somewhere in the far-off countryside, but in reality, you are in the thick of a major urban hub. You will never run out of places to explore and new things to try.
Dining options are plentiful, with plenty of upscale restaurants ranging from trendy to classically elegant. You will find cozy cafes and coffee shops, friendly neighborhood watering holes, and sleek clubs and lounges in the D.C. area.
In the neighborhood and immediate vicinity, you will find several noteworthy establishments, such as BlackSalt, a popular location for freshly prepared seafood in an "upscale tavern" setting. Meet a friend for lunch at Et Voila!, serving up savory French and Belgian fare in a cozy environment with outdoor patio service, or make a reservation at this quaint and gorgeous Italian bistro for some authentic cuisine. Lupo Verde is a rustic eatery serving Southern Italian cuisine and also features a meat and cheese market.
There are a number of shopping centers that offer well-known luxury brands, unique items, and necessities. Georgetown Park Shopping Mall is nearby, and you will find a wealth of retail and grocery shopping in the surrounding D.C. area.
Things to Do
Foxhall Village residents benefit from living in a private, upscale enclave while being immersed in an urban setting with abundant activities, entertainment, and enrichment opportunities. Parks, recreation, sporting activities, and more are close to home.
Whether going for a brisk run or taking a leisurely stroll, Glover Archbold Park is a local favorite with miles of trails and walkways. Stroll through Battery Kemble Park, where you will find remnants of Civil War history.
The Kreeger Museum is home to beautiful works of art and is a lovely way to spend an afternoon.
Foxhall Village and the surrounding area are home to the District of Columbia Public School District and several private and charter schools.
- The Field School, 6-12, 2301 Foxhall Rd NW, Washington, DC 20007
- St. Patrick's Episcopal Day School, Pre-K to Middle, 4700 Whitehaven Pkwy NW, Washington, DC 20007
- The George Washington University Mount Vernon Campus, 2100 Foxhall Rd NW, Washington, DC 20007
- The Lab School of Washington, K-12, 4759 Reservoir Rd NW, Washington, DC 20007
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