Location: 1375 Maryland Avenue, Ne, Washington, DC

Square Footage: 23,000+

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 15 bedrooms & 15 bathrooms

Price: $7,250,000

This historic school house, located at 1375 Maryland Avenue Ne in Washington, DC, was transformed into 9 rentable lofts plus a 2-story penthouse. The lofts (pictures #11,12) range in size from 1500 to 2000 square feet and feature an open concept living area with raised kitchen. The amazing penthouse features a 2-story great room with loft, huge gourmet kitchen with butler’s pantry, breakfast room, large home office with original chalkboards and more. The property also features a home theater, rooftop deck, 38,000 gallon heated swimming pool, gym and a rear garden.

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  • Otessa Regina Compton

    I think this is marvelous, that this structure was turned into some good looking apartments. IT IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN EVER BEFORE TO WASTE NOT, WHAT NOT. NEVER WASTE, RESTRUCTURE AND RECYCLE, AND MOST STRUCTURES THAT SEEM “DEAD” CAN BE PUT TO REMARKABLE USE.

    On another note: Your blogs have become more enhanced, do not think people do not take notice. I sure have. Keep up the enterprise and the incentives.




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    • Kenny Forder

      Thanks, Otessa!




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  • opinionfree

    I moved to DC when the whores and heroin controlled 14th St. and down. Curtains could be seen billowing from broken windows of the Hay-Adams. The gays held the line at 17th. You never traveled below 17th at night. It was a downtrodden district that has blossomed into a true American renaissance city. Unfortunately for me, from arrival to whence I was expelled in 2006, DC and I played a real nasty Freaky Friday-esq swap. I encourage all to visit or spend time in, despite many political bad nicks, the epicenter of the American way of life.
    I remember this building and wondering if it or I, could ever be saved. The area was ‘tough’. More times than I could count, my ex would appear, nets in hand and drag my tore up ass home.
    It’s beautifully quirky and celebrates it’s design challenges. People that live in there are lucky. I don’t like that it is a rental building. As a landlord, tenants can be lots of trouble. If I knew how to hammer a nail or use a wrench, I think it would be a great place to be a building manager.




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  • Daniel

    Glad this could be saved.




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  • Steve

    I think I knew the guys who built this. They were a gay couple who owned my ex-girlfriend’s apartment building back in 1999. In 2000, they mentioned that they were buying a school in NE and turning into apartments. Wonder if it’s the same place…




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