440 12th St Ne Unit #11, Washington, DC 20002

$624,900
2
BD
1
BA
1,020
SqFt
List Price
$624,900
Price Change
▼ $15,100 1655166997
Days on Market
31
Status
ACTIVE
MLS#
DCDC2051344
Bedrooms
2
Bathrooms
1
Full Baths
1
Living Area
1,020
Style
Victorian, Colonial, Transitional
Year Built
1900
County
Washington DC
School District
District Of Columbia Public Schools

Property Description

The industrial remodel you've been waiting for! No expense was spared. Over $100,000 of custom renovation put into one of the most iconic school conversions in the city; Lovejoy Lofts (formerly Lovejoy Elementary). These early 19th century remodels which preserve the rich history of landmarked Washington DC buildings while incorporating modern luxury only come to market a handful of times each year. Soaring ceilings within this home make an expansive floor plan feel even larger. Windows traveling along both the north and east side of the unit pair with a sequence of globe pendant lighting, illuminating the unit throughout the day. In the evening, turning on the under-cabinet-lighting within the kitchen while switching all other lights off, can create an intimate and relaxing mood. This condo not only has in-unit laundry, it has a fully dedicated laundry room with a top-of-the-line graphite steel wash-tower. Enjoy your professionally designed luxury bath with floor to ceiling, dark marble-look tile, complimented by Santorini-marble honeycomb flooring. A spacious master-bedroom provides plenty of room for a king bed; Custom shelving has been built into the closet to conveniently store an amply sized wardrobe. The designer kitchen brings together two great perks: The perfect blend of black with white-carrara for visual appeal as well as a significant amount of counter space for cooking and entertaining. A private parking space is also included with this unit. Prime location in regards to convenience; Within walking distance to Stanton Park as well as Lincoln Park, H Street Corridor & Eastern Market. Originally built in 1901, this school was named after Eijah Parish Lovejoy; a prominent newspaper editor and abolitionist who was on the forefront of anti-slavery in the early 1800s prior to the Civil War. Following his murder to the hands of a pro-slavery mob, he became a martyr to the abolitionist cause opposing slavery in the United States, while being praised as a defender of free speech and freedom of the press as well.

Additional Information

Subdivision
Capitol Hill
Building Name
Old City 1
Taxes
$4282
Condo Fee
$430
Amenities
None
School District
District Of Columbia Public Schools
Community Amenities
None
Heating
Forced Air
Heating Fuel
Natural Gas
Cooling
Central A/C
Water
Public
Sewer
Public Sewer
Basement
Yes

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