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Converted Tudor Chapel in Georgetown Prays for $4M

This Tudor-style home was once the Market Street Chapel, a Georgetown church that served residents west of Wisconsin Avenue from 1855 to the 1930s. Now, the converted single-family home is on the market for $3,895,000 after a total renovation finished in 2012. Inside the sunny home, there are spacious rooms, cathedral ceilings, and large abstract paintings for those who crave some contemporary eye candy. As an added bonus, the listing also features a side garden, rear patio, and brick garden wall for privacy. For those who need the help, there is a nanny suite with a separate entrance. Other highlights include walk-in closets and a built-in wine cooler. The five-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bathroom listing last sold in December 2002 for $1,425,000.

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