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Former Chapel Turned Home Hits the Market in Georgetown

by Lark Turner

Former Chapel Turned Home Hits the Market in Georgetown: Figure 1

A historic chapel turned home in Georgetown hit the market on Monday for $3.895 million.

The five-bedroom, 4.5-bath house was once the Market Street Chapel, built in 1855 to serve Georgetown residents living west of Wisconsin Avenue, according to the listing agent, Theresa Burt. It was turned into a residence in the 1930s by Carl and Elsa Ernst.

Former Chapel Turned Home Hits the Market in Georgetown: Figure 2

In 2012, the current owners did a complete renovation on the home, which had fallen into disrepair. The home now has a double-height living room, a separate in-law suite, an updated kitchen, rooms with exposed beams and a jaw-dropping master bathroom. There is also a side yard, a rarity for Georgetown, and a spacious back patio that backs onto Volta Park.

Former Chapel Turned Home Hits the Market in Georgetown: Figure 3

The listing comes with two separately-deeded garages. Here are more photos and details:

  • Full Listing: 1552 33rd Street NW (map)
  • Price: $3.895 million
  • Bedrooms: Five
  • Bathrooms: 4.5
  • Year Built: 1855
  • Listing Agent: Theresa Burt, Washington Fine Properties

Former Chapel Turned Home Hits the Market in Georgetown: Figure 4

Former Chapel Turned Home Hits the Market in Georgetown: Figure 5

Former Chapel Turned Home Hits the Market in Georgetown: Figure 6

Photos courtesy of HomeVisit.

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