The site where Foxdale Court Office Park has been constructed was originally apart of a farm, called Foxdale Farm, of Farm No. 609, situated in the Southern Province of Northern Rhodesia. Foxdale Farm of 4,828 acres was purchased on the 17th July 1935 by Albert Bounsell from His Majesty.
Foxdale Farm was in the 1930’s owned by Mr. Galoon, and was used as a grazing area for Cows. The ChiNyanja word for cow is N’gombe, and this is from where N’gombe compound derived its name. The Farm also had a red brick works company, called Foxdale Brick Works. The farm was later bought over by Mr. Zemack, and in 1975 was sold onto Josef and Victoria Huwiler. With the rapid growth and development of Lusaka, over the years, Farm 609 was further subdivided, and in 2009 daughter to Josef and Victoria Huwiler inherited a sub-division of Farm 609, of one hectare, 609/S. Jointly with investors Angelika constructed Foxdale Court Office Park which you see today.