Design & Home

This Georgetown Tudor Home Used to Be a Chapel

And now it costs nearly $4 million.
This Georgetown Tudor Home Used to Be a Chapel

If you’ve secretly always wanted to live in a church—and you also have nearly $4 million to burn—here’s your chance. For 80-plus years, this 1855 Tudor was known as the Market Street Chapel to its Georgetown neighbors. Then in the 1930s, it was redeveloped into a residence, and in 2012 underwent a complete renovation to end up the place it is today—a five-bedroom, four-bath home with an in-law suite, a contemporary kitchen, two separately deeded garages, and a rare side garden that connects to the the rear patio. Architectural features include wooden beams and accents, a huge arched window, and, of course, cathedral ceilings.

1552 33rd Street NW is listed at $3.895 million. See inside below, then go to Washington Fine Properties for more details.

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