The Churchill: Refined Capitol Hill Living
With stunning floor plans and impeccably designed condos, The Churchill offers a refined sense of living on Capitol Hill. The elegant residences are part of a conversion project that began with a mid 1800’s-era sanctuary and rectory, changing over recently to a stunning array of new condos, with enviable features and an exceptional location.
The striking development takes advantage of its historic features, bringing a blend of modern design to the old structure, placing ten of the available units within the old, three-story church building and another two in the nearby row house. All homes offer the distinction of two-bedrooms, with up to 1,900 square feet of living space.
Large windows accommodate an infusion of natural light throughout the homes, from the main living and dining space, to the openly designed kitchens and comfortable bedrooms. Priced up to $1.5 million, some units within The Churchill start at around 1,000 square feet, and are priced from the mid $700,000s.
Common features of the homes include the wide plank hardwood floors, the private patios and balconies, walk in closets and the oversized windows. Other upscale features range from the chef’s kitchen with an accompanying large kitchen island, quartz countertops in the kitchens and baths, custom cabinetry and stainless steel appliances.
Just blocks away from popular restaurants, Eastern Market and Barracks Row, the area is additionally covered by two Metro stations, making it easy to travel throughout the rest of the DC region. Meanwhile, residents are sure to delight in the outdoor recreational possibilities of nearby Garfield Park, Folger Park and Marion Park.
While the structure was originally constructed more than a century and a half ago, the stylish building has now found a new future housing fashionable condos, close to spirited Pennsylvania Avenue, plus various federal buildings and landmarks in coveted Capitol Hill.
Here is a resource to learn more about The Churchill and view available condos.
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