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Spacious Tudor home on corner lot in Foxhall Village with original details, yard seeks $1.5M

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The property includes an attached two-car garage and is located near Foundry Branch Valley Park

1536 44th St. NW
Sean Shanahan, courtesy of TTR Sotheby’s International Realty’s Michael Brennan Jr.

This 1930 Tudor home at 1536 44th St. NW in Northwest’s Foxhall Village neighborhood has five bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms across more than 3,200 square feet. The home, which hit the market for $1,595,000, comes with period details, hardwood floors, and a big backyard.

The home sits on a 3,750-square-foot corner lot and gets copious sunlight through its wide window areas. There are crown moldings and built-in shelves on the main level. The kitchen is open and features granite counters and stainless steel appliances. There is also a sunroom on this level, plus another on the second level. The uppermost level boasts a pitched ceiling, while the basement, which is fully finished, offers storage and access to the two-car garage.

The property is situated near the Hardy Recreation Center and Foundry Branch Valley Park. The outdoor space is well landscaped and includes two terraces. Michael Brennan Jr. of TTR Sotheby’s International Realty is the listing agent. The home last sold for $1,475,000 in 2015.