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Aerospace robotics are building these two luxurious Palisades single-family homes

These homes will offer an extra dose of prefab sophistication to this Washington, D.C. neighborhood

All renderings via Prefab.Partners and Washington Fine Properties

By mid-fall of this year, construction is expected to finish on two brand new single-family homes in one of Washington, D.C.’s priciest, most prestigious neighborhoods, the Palisades. Developed by Prefab Partners, these homes are getting built in a rather unusual way—through aerospace robotics.

Each of these properties are being created by robots with mostly recycled materials and then shipped and built on the respective lots in a matter of one to three days, as reported by The Georgetown Dish. Prefab Partners promises “unrivaled precision and structural integrity” in their process. The homes are located at 1516 and 1522 Foxhall Road NW.

Each home will offer five bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms with asking prices at $1,995,000. On the ground floor, there will be front porches that open to grand foyers and private offices. The open kitchens will feature silestone backsplashes, stainless steel appliances, and a 10-foot-by-four-foot island.

In the upper levels, the master suite will offer a walk-in closet and en-suite bathroom, while in the bathrooms, there will be curbless showers, stone or quartz countertops, and freestanding soaking tubs.

The new properties will also boast an exercise studio, mud room, and dog-washing station. An off-street parking pad is included. According to the listing’s official website, homebuyers can also expect a custom infrared sauna, elevator, and 100-bottle wine cellar. In the exterior, there will also be an electric car charging station and an outdoor kitchen with a fridge and sink.

The realtor team behind these two properties is the Hatfield Weir Team of Washington Fine Properties. This team is composed of Tammy Gale, Heidi Hatfield, Anne Hatfield Weir, and Andrea Hatfield.

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