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4426 Greenwich Parkway NW
Washington, DC 20007

1 Half
Sq. Ft.
Acre Lot
Courtesy: Compass> District of Columbia> Washington> 20007
Welcome to Historic Foxhall Village and this classic Tudor townhouse built by renowned architect and builders Boss and Phelps. It was award-winning architecture in 1927 and it remains so today. This bright three story 2650sf, 5 bedroom, and 2.5 bath home is the keystone home of the 3 homes in its niche. It sits nicely elevated and looking over the Greenwich Parkway Circle. This home has just been painted throughout and the original hardwood floors beautifully refinished. Upon entry you are greeted by a charming living room, mantled fireplace and lovely architectural details. The finish details of recessed lighting, chair rails, crown moulding and tall ceilings subtly add to the welcome. The gracious dining room can easily accommodate a large dinner party. The galley kitchen opens to a southern facing deck that overlooks the rear yard. The second floor features a large master bedroom , 2 additional bedrooms, and a renovated bath. The 3rd floor offers 2 bedrooms and a second bathroom. The large, open, bright, high ceilinged, lower level is a family room/TV room/playroom. A double French door provides additional Southern light and access to the rear yard and parking. A bright, clean laundry area is enclosed to one side along with a renovated half bath. Foxhall Village is a geographically and architecturally distinct neighborhood of about 350 homes adjacent to the Glover Archbold Park with Georgetown Hospital and the University a mere 2 blocks away on the other side. It is as close as you can get to the urban side of the city but still retain a sense of quiet serenity. Foxhall has excellent access roads which can get you to Downtown or the Hill via Whitehurst Fwy in only minutes. Access to Rosslyn by Key Bridge, or Tysons by Chain Bridge is painless as well as getting uptown to Chevy Chase or Bethesda. Foxhall is surrounded by nature with the Glover Archbold a block away, and nearly immediate access to the C&O Canal, tow path, Crescent Trail, and Fletcher's and Key Bridge Boathouses on the Potomac River. The Hardy Recreational Center, playground and playing field are 2 blocks away. Public Schools are Key, Hardy, and Wilson. There are 8 private schools less than a mile, including the Washington Lab School.
Townhouse, Tudor
2 Full/1 Half
0.06 Acres
Hot Water Heater, Gas Water Heater, Public Water S
Brick, Stucco
Public Sewer
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