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Car Barn Condominium > Washington, DC > 20003

Car Barn Condominium

Car Barn Condominium is a Romanesque Revival building and was designed by Waddy Butler Wood in 1896. Car Barn Condominium was built as a part of the conversion of Streetcars in Washington, D.C. to electric traction. In 1962, the building it was used to store buses. In 1973, the DC Transit Company was acquired by Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, and the building was vacant. A private developer purchased the property and developed it into condominiums. [3] The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places on February 5, 1974.

What financing options are available for this condominium?

CONVENTIONAL: there may be many different conventional loan options available with varying down payments and terms. Please contact Brian Martucci for specifics if you want to get a conventional loan to purchase in Car Barn Condominium, or any other condominium.

VA: as of 03-20-2021 Car Barn Condominium is VA Approved, but that can change at any time, please double check current status by clicking here. Enter city/state and the condo name.

FHA: as of 03-20-2021 Car Barn Condominium was not approved on the “FHA Approved Condo” list, it was formerly FHA approved but that approval has expired. Enter city/state and the condo name. Click here to double check the current status.

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