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Nearly 135-year-old Capitol Hill church-turned-home lists for $2.2M

Built-ins, beamed ceilings, and more included

All photo via TTR Sotheby’s International Realty

Ever wanted to live in a house of God? There are plenty of options to choose from in Washington, D.C., including this $2,295,000 single-family home in Capitol Hill. Previously, the property was used as an Episcopal church, known as St. Monica and St. James.

Now, it comes with seven bedrooms, three full bathrooms, and one half bathrooms along with roughly half an acre of land. According to the listing, the building was constructed in 1883.

Throughout, there are multiple fireplaces, hardwood flooring, and beamed ceilings as well as built-ins. The kitchen also offers stainless steel appliances and what looks like a brick oven. Outside, there is an expansive courtyard that those with green thumbs may be excited to see.

For a look at the ins and outs of the property, check out the photo gallery below.

The listing agent is Russell Firestone of TTR Sotheby’s International Realty.

222 8th Street NE [Estately]

222 8th Street NE [TTR Sotheby’s International Realty]

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