From October 1 to 30, the ninth annual DC Design House will open its doors to the public with a totally remodeled, five-story single-family home located in the Wesley Heights neighborhood. The chosen home is located at 2509 Foxhall Road NW and listed by Nancy Itteilag of Washington Fine Properties.
According to the DC Design House website, the listing was built in 2010 by Gibson Builders and was designed by GTM Architects. It has served as a temporary residence of the French Ambassador. With seven bedrooms, eight full bathrooms, two half baths, and three kitchens, the home is on the market for $10.8 million. For the showcase, 20 designers will remodel the spaces inside.
The showcase will benefit Children’s National Health System with general admission tickets costing $35. The Washington Post reported that the eight previous fundraisers have collected over $1.5 million.
To see what you missed at last year’s DC Design House, go here.