Foxhall Village Historic District

Built mostly between 1925 and 1933, Foxhall Village is a planned residential community characterized by its high-quality Tudor Revival architecture.

The community is one of the most cohesive collections of residential properties in the city, evoking the image and feeling of an old English village. Most properties are row houses, with generous setbacks enhanced by lush gardens and planted terraces, following a picturesque layout along winding lanes, with circles and crescents that were inspired by historic precedents. There diminutive commercial center on Foxhall Road with its small octagonal tower is particularly charming and notable. The district includes about 388 contributing buildings from 1911 to 1935.

DC designation July 26, 2007 (effective September 10, 2007)
National Register listing November 29, 2007
Architect(s): Henry Kersey Boss and Herbert Glenn Phelps (Boss & Phelps); Cooper Lightbown; Waverly Taylor



Roughly bounded by Foxhall Road, Reservoir Road, Glover-Archbold Park, and P Street, NW, including some properties south of P Street