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In a former helicopter factory, own a snazzy Columbia Heights condo for $839K

This historic property has become sleek and modern, thanks to a recent conversion

All images courtesy of TTR Sotheby's International Realty

At one point, this early 20th century building in Columbia Heights produced the world's earliest helicopters. Since Washington, D.C.-based Brick Lane and Brook Rose Development converted the property, the property now offers snazzy, modern condos.

Some of the biggest design highlights inside this unit include that it has beamed ceilings and pocket doors. In the kitchen, there is a tile backsplash, open shelving, stainless steel appliances, and an island with a built-in sink. The listing also indicates that off-street parking is available.

The condo first landed on the market in June 2017 for $849,000, but recently underwent a price chop, dropping it by $10,000. It spans a total of 1,618 square feet with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The monthly HOA dues total $210.

The listing agent is Michael Hines of TTR Sotheby's International Realty.

772 Girard St NW Unit 5E [MRIS]

Former Helicopter Factory in D.C. to Become Luxe Condos [Curbed DC]