1611 16th St Nw, Washington, DC 20009

$5,000,000
4
BA
11,850
SqFt
List Price
$5,000,000
Days on Market
13
Status
ACTIVE
MLS#
DCDC2147610
Bathrooms
4
Half Baths
4
Living Area
11,850
Lot Size (Acres)
0.22
Style
Other
Year Built
1894
County
Washington DC
School District
District Of Columbia Public Schools

Property Description

This stunning Dupont Circle church property is an exciting opportunity for a new congregation, residential development or some special exception uses per the RA-4 zoning. The Sanctuary building was designed in the Gothic Revival style by renowned architect H. Langford Warren (founder of the School of Architecture at Harvard University); the 1894-1896 construction was supervised by Paul J. Pelz, best known as the main architect of the Library of Congress. The three-level South Wing was added in 1912. Prominently located at the corner of 16th and Corcoran Streets NW, the total building area is estimated at 16,150 square feet with a lot size of 9,860 square feet; see docs for the existing floor plans. Off the front driveway find parking for five cars. This active Swedenborgian church has an estimated seating capacity in the Sanctuary of 340; the South Wing has large and small meeting rooms for various gatherings and services. This wonderful Dupont-Logan location offers a unique residential development opportunity. See documents for conceptual condo floor plans from Bonstra/Haresign Architects.

Additional Information

Subdivision
Dupont Circle
School District
District Of Columbia Public Schools
Flooring
Hardwood, Concrete, Luxury Vinyl Tile
Heating
Radiator, Forced Air
Heating Fuel
Natural Gas, Electric
Cooling
Central A/C, Ceiling Fan(s), Ductless/Mini-Split, Window Unit(s), Zoned
Water
Public
Sewer
Public Sewer
Basement
Yes

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