Living in a space that once functioned as something else means that you're absolutely moving in with occasional reminders of that spot's former life. Sometimes that means quirks like a brass pole in the middle of the floor. As this Logan Circle two bedroom was a chapel in D.C.'s oldest parish, it comes with enormous stained glass windows and thirty foot high vaunted ceilings. In addition to living with these clerical indicators, you'll also live with an impressive kitchen and a sleek bathroom. No wonder this is going for nearly $1.2 million. This might be the best house of worship to, well, house shift that we've seen so far.
· 1715 15th Street NW Unit 5 Washington, DC [Estately]