When this historic Silver Spring, Maryland gymnasium building was constructed in 1907, it served the student body of an all women's finishing school known as National Park Seminary. The school was established in 1994 and later closed down during WWII. The property was sold to the Department of the Army to be used to rehabilitate wounded veterans and later facilitate medical research.
Currently, there are a total of 12 condos in the development, each upscale and named after a Greek mythological god. Buyers of any of the units are also able to enjoy Maryland Historic Trust state tax credits up to $50,000, reported The Washington Post.
This unit comes with one bedroom and one bathroom across 969 square feet. Some of the biggest wow factors to this listing are its built-ins and massive windows. The monthly HOA dues total $124, while the monthly condo fees cost $321. The asking price comes to a total of $535,000.
Take a look inside with the below photo gallery.
• The National Park Seminary History [Official Website]
• 2747 Linden Lane, Unit 203 [Compass]