Carolina on the Hill Condos For Sale

101 North Carolina Avenue SE, Washington D.C.

Washington, DC is well known for its old historic buildings. But the Carolina on the Hill condo is one of the very oldest in the District. And that’s not all—it was once a dormitory for early DC career women! Built way back in 1800, this stately old white building with its spires, bays and grand front entrance flanked by columns, has a prime Capitol Hill location with windows that look out on the Capitol Building itself.

Located at 101 North Carolina Avenue SE in the District’s 20003 zip code, this five-story structure was originally known as the Saint Catherine’s Home for Working Girls, and operated by the Baltimore-based Sisters of Mercy. But that was a long time ago. Flash forward to 2005 when the Tenacity Group converted the building to 47 studio and one-bedroom condos for sale!

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These lovely residences feature private patios, soaring 12-foot ceilings and wood-burning fireplaces. Some of the smaller units still have Murphy beds—updated from 1800, of course—and you’ll also find sections of exposed brick, seven-foot windows, and restored hardwood floors. The bathrooms have been remodeled with ceramic tile flooring and vanity tops, while the awesome kitchens sport granite counters and stainless steel appliances. With floor plans ranging from 300 to 924 square feet, the residences at Carolina on the Hill aren’t big, but they are definitely sweet.

Condos for sale at Carolina on the Hill have recently listed between $275,000 to $400,000, offering solid value for modern DC workers who want to be walking distance away from congressional offices, the Supreme Court, and all the other important business that takes place on the Hill. Residents can also stroll to the Botanical Gardens, the Reflecting Pool, world-famous museums and the South Capitol Metro.

From dormitory living for single career gals in the days of the Founding Fathers to upscale living in modern DC, this is Carolina on the Hill—a DC landmark for over 200 years.

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