4401 Q Street NW Washington, DC 20007
Rare opportunity to live on a large corner lot in historic Foxhall Village. With more than 4000 square feet, this semi-detached home features four levels, stunning Tudor architectural details, spacious living, entertaining areas, ample outdoor space and 2-car attached garage parking. This 4 bedroom, 3 bath, 2 half bath home offers a welcoming foyer that opens to a gracious living room with bright bay front windows, gas fireplace, built in bookshelves, and white oak flooring. An arched passage leads to a sunny dining room, suitable for large dinner parties. Kick back in the comfort of the family room with a media center and bay front windows overlooking the rear patio and yard. The modern eat-in kitchen has stone countertops, marble floors and a vaulted ceiling in the rear with a French door leading to the patio. Imagine the parties you’ll host with guests flowing through multiple open spaces. Upstairs are four large bedrooms and three full baths. On the 2nd level, the spacious owners suite enjoys abundant closet space, including a walk-in closet with custom cabinetry. Adjoining the suite is a marble bath, separate glass shower and double vanity. A second sizable ensuite bedroom completes the 2nd level. The 3rd floor offers 2 additional bedrooms, and a custom marble bath with skylight The lower level features an open, spacious, semi finished area with a half bath, laundry room and mudroom that enters the two-car, heated garage. This distinguished home is commonly acknowledged as the most visually arresting home in the neighborhood for its substantial yard and unique combination of Tudor and historical elements. The manicured lawns, flagstone patio and terraces provide space for relaxing, entertaining and play. Architectural highlights include basket weave and herringbone brickwork, curved slate roof, decorative urns and spheres, coat of arms frieze, three exposures including bay fronts, and a 19th century wrought iron fence enclosing the backyard. Located in Foxhall Village, a historically designated community of about 350 homes, this home is uniquely defined both architecturally and geographically. Its award winning Tudor architecture is as pleasing and livable today as it was when built in 1928. The Village is nestled into a niche adjacent to Glover Archbold Park.
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|7 days ago||Status changed to Pending|
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