Carolina On The Hill
- Address: 101 North Carolina Ave SE, Washington, DC 20003
- Units: 49
- Stories: 5
- Delivered: 2005 as condominiums. But it was built in 1900 as a dormitory for single women working in DC. At the time it was known as the Saint Catherine’s Home for Working Girls and was operated by the Baltimore based Sisters of Mercy.
- Ownership: Condominium
- Location: North Carolina Avenue SE between First Street SE and 2nd Street SE, nearest E Street SE.
- Neighborhood: Capitol Hill
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- Metro: Capital South is only a 4 minute walk to the north.
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Carolina On The Hill was converted to condos in 2005 by Tenacity Group. The units have 12 ft ceilings and over-sized 7 ft windows. It is walkable to numerous restaurants, bars, gyms, and very near the Library of Congress, the U.S. Capitol, the Supreme Court, the Cannon House Office Building, Folger Park, Spirit of Justice Park, St. Peters Church, and numerous other institutions and points of interest. The nearest grocery stores are Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods.
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 this condominium or any other condominium.
VA: as of 10-31-2022 Carolina On The Hill was VA Approved, always check here to see the current status. Enter city/state and the condo name.
FHA: as of 10-31-2022 Carolina On The Hill was not approved on the “FHA Approved Condo” list. It was previously FHA approved but that approval has expired. Click here to double check to see if there has been any change. Enter city/state and the condo name.
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