You probably mean that the hypercube is $Q_{4n-1}=\{-1,+1\}^{4n-1}$. If $u,v\in Q_{4n-1}$ and $\|u-v\|=2\sqrt{2n}$, then $8n-2-2(u,v)=(u-v)^2=8n$,
$(u,v)=-1$. Add $(4n)$-th coordinate 1 to $u$, $v$. We get two vectors $U,V\in Q_{4n}$ such that $(U,V)=(u,v)+1=0$. So your question reduces to the famous Hadamard conjecture about Hadamard matrices of order $4k$. Actually two questions are equivalent: if Hadamard's matrix exists, we may suppose without loss of generality that the last column consists only on 1's, and removing the last columns we get $4n$ rows of length $4n-1$ satisfying your property.