The infamous 97 steps situated between M Street NW and Prospect Street in Georgetown have recently been granted “historic landmark status” by the Historic Preservation Review Board. Better known as the “Exorcist ...Read More
Foxhall Village is a small, triangular-shaped neighborhood that is a subset of Foxhall, located in the northwest quadrant of Washington, DC. The largely residential neighborhood is known for its stately Tudor homes and meticulous greenery and draws its inspiration from a medieval English village. Named for Henry Foxall, a friend of Thomas Jefferson who owned a farmhouse in the community, the neighborhood boasts historic district status which ensures its charms will continue to be preserved for years to come. Despite its secluded, leafy environs, Foxhall Village is just a short distance from downtown, making it a favorite with families as well as students and working professionals.
Foxhall Village boundaries span Reservoir Road to the north, Glover Archbold Park to the east, and Foxhall Road to the west and south.