The Bell Tower at Stanton Park-- Exquisite Conversion
As one of DC’s most exquisite condo conversion projects, The Bell Tower at Stanton Park provides an exciting new option for condo buyers in historic Capitol Hill. Originally constructed in the late 1800s, crews more recently converted the more than 16,000 square foot church into a half-dozen new townhome-style condominium homes.
All of the three-story residences include well more than 2,000 square feet of living space, and typically come in a two- to four-bedroom design. Priced starting well upwards of $1 million, the multi-level condos share access to the church tower and wine cellar.
The 130-foot bell tower is perhaps the most prominent feature of the exterior of the building, but hardly the only thing that sets this property apart. It took around two years for crews to turn the old church and its historic address into some stunning new homes.
As for the condos of Bell Tower at Stanton Park, each is distinctly unique, with modern finishes, soaring ceilings of up to 16-feet and some restored stained-glass windows. Each unit also includes a private elevator, quartz countertops, marble baths and hardwoods.
You will also find en-suite bathrooms and personal elevators with the condos of Bell Tower. As well, buyers are treated to some original restored arches and columns throughout the property.
While the building’s original structure is well more than a century old, it now includes such modern and sustainable features as LED lighting fixtures, ENERGYSTAR appliances and high-efficiency HVAC systems. A true mix of the old and the new, The Bell Tower at Stanton Park checks of all boxes for certain buyers interested in luxury condo living, with a rich sense of history.
The location itself is also a plus for buyers. It offers convenient access to such local sites and attractions as the Capitol Building and DC’s Union Station.