It seems like once every two weeks there's word of a new boutique condo on the market in a space that used to be a church. That said, Monica Manor in Capitol Hill doesn't have the grandiose or size of some of D.C.'s clerical spaces. The old brick building from 1908 isn't large or flashy and clearly housed one of the smaller and more austere congregations. Still, there are some details that reveal the building's former purpose such as the open spaces in the walls that likely held either candles or stained glass windows. The available two bedroom condo is asking for $569,000. We've got some photos after the jump.
· 1335 A Street SE Unit C Washington, DC [Estately]