Grace Church

Grace Church Capitol Hill DC Real Estate

Grace Church was originally built in 1891 and reincarnated in the 1950s as Faith Baptist Church.  Located on Capitol Hill, Grace Church was converted in 1989 into 18 condo units that range from 570 to 1,375 sf. The 3-story building features units with one to three bedrooms, many with loft space, lots of natural light, and stained glass windows, reminiscent of the building’s history. Read more about Grace Church.

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Grace Church Location

Grace Church is located on 9th Street between D Street and South Carolina Avenue on Capitol Hill.  This location features a WalkScore of 98 and offers convenient urban living just steps from Barracks Row.  The Eastern Market Metro Station is just two blocks from Grace Church.  The nearest grocery store is a Trader Joe's located around the corner at 750 Pennsylvania Avenue SE.

Grace Church Fast Facts

  • Units: 18
  • Stories: 3
  • Delivered: 1989
  • Ownership: Condominium
  • Location: 9th Street SE between D Street and South Carolina Avenue
  • Neighborhood: Capitol Hill
  • Metro: Eastern Market
  • Property Management: Delbe 202-237-0187
  • Address: 350 9th Street SE, Washington, DC 20003
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