Bryan School Lofts

Located at 1315 Independence Ave SE, Washington, DC 20003 | Capitol Hill

Located in one of Washington, DC’s oldest neighborhoods, Bryan School Lofts is a great example of how developers have found ways to repurpose historic buildings into luxury condominiums. The handsome brick structure between Kentucky Avenue and 14th Street SE was built in 1906 as the Thomas Barbour Bryan Elementary School. Today, the little red schoolhouse is home to 20 highly attractive dwellings with soaring ceilings and exposed elements such as brick walls and overhead ductwork.

The historic schoolhouse on Capitol Hill stood vacant for approximately 20 years before its transformation to loft condos in 2004. A fascinating combination of old and new includes artifacts from the past such as separate Girls and entrances, each with labels carved in limestone pediments above the doorways.

Gleaming cherry hardwood floors, massive schoolhouse windows, open space living areas, fireplaces, and stunning gourmet kitchens with stone counters and custom cabinetry, all come together gloriously in a sublime luxury experience. The building is part of a larger complex called Bryan Square from the developer Abdo, that includes townhouses at the corner of Independence Avenue and 14th Street.

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Residences at Bryan School Lofts range in size from approximately 1,250 to 2,402 square feet, with ceiling heights up to 24 feet. Floating iron stairs lead up to loft bedrooms or in some cases, open den areas that are just perfect for use as work-from-home spaces. Many units have private outdoor spaces of some sort, and a few select penthouses have upstairs entertainment areas with wet bars, and French doors leading out to rooftop decks with wooden floors and impressive cityscape views.

Residents of the boutique condo community enjoy parking, concierge service, extra storage, and a community room. The four-story building along with the adjacent townhouses form a pleasant community with trees, sidewalks and grassy lawns while still being within walkable distance of that Capitol Hill has to offer. Other condominiums in the neighborhood include the Butterfield House, and Landmark Lofts.

The old brick schoolhouse and the neighborhood offer an intriguing juxtaposition of traditional Washington and its evolving modernity. The loft condos are a couple blocks from Lincoln Park, and are also conveniently close to bakeries, restaurants, Trader Joe’s, Safeway, Harris Teeter, and the historic Eastern Market with its many independent local vendors. The U.S. Capitol building is a little over a mile away to the west, while waterfront attractions like Yards Park with major league baseball are about a mile south.

To learn more about condos for sale at Bryan School Lofts, please call Andre Perez at District Partners at Compass, 202-929-3600.

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Q: What is the price range of condos at Bryan School Lofts?

A: With only 20 lofts, availabilities can be scarce and prices van vary widely. Recent closings have generally ranged between around $850,000 and $2,200,000.

Q: Is the condo community pet friendly?

A: Yes, it is. You can walk your dog on the community’s grassy areas, or head to the small nearby St. Monica’s Park or the larger Lincoln Park.

Q: Is there a Metrorail station in the area?

A: Yes, the Eastern Market Metro station with Blue, Orange, and Silver Line service, is less than a mile away.

Q: How far is it from the Bryan School Lofts to the Pentagon?

A: The Pentagon is on the other side of the Potomac River. The distance is about five miles. If driving, you can cross via I-395, but the local Metro is another good option

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