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Two-bedroom condo in converted 1891 church building in Capitol Hill asks $729K

The light-filled home is near Eastern Market and Barracks Row

350 9th St. SE, #17
Jaren Horsley, courtesy of Compass’ David Abrams

This two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo in the former Grace Church building in Capitol Hill is, shall we say, full of grace. Located at 350 Ninth St. SE, the church was built in 1891 and is just a couple of blocks from Eastern Market and the Metro station that shares the landmark market’s name. The church was converted into 18 condo units almost 20 years ago, in 1989.

Measuring some 1,100 square feet, the unit went on the market this week. It features one of Grace Church’s original stained glass windows rising 15 feet high with light-catching colors. The condo has hardwood floors throughout, built-in shelves, and a wood-burning fireplace. The updated kitchen and the spacious dining room have smaller stained glass windows too.

The upstairs level has a master suite and a hallway bathroom. It also has another room that could serve as an office or a second bedroom, given that it is equipped with a Murphy bed. Barracks Row on Eight Street SE—with its many restaurants—is a short walk from this home.

David Abrams with Compass is the listing agent. The asking price is $729,000, and open houses are set to occur on Saturday, Sept. 22 and Sunday, Sept. 23 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.