Available for the first time in decades! You’ll notice immediately when you step onto the front porch this home is special. It feels well-loved, well maintained, welcoming and it doesn’t disappoint when you walk through the front door.
The character of this early 1900’s home has been preserved & lovingly improved. Featuring original hardwood floors, gorgeous carpentry throughout, and stunning chandeliers. The galley kitchen has a rustic brick accent wall, a gas range/oven, stainless steel hood vent, granite counters, glass-front cabinets that will make you feel like a culinary pro! Also offers a wine fridge to keep the bubbles chilled! The butlers’ pantry lends extra cabinetry, a wet bar, and additional storage & display space. The layout of this stunning two-story home features both formal & informal spaces-fabulous for entertaining!
The downstairs features a first-floor bedroom that has french doors opening to the back deck overlooking the beautiful park-like backyard. This is a deep lot with room to add a pool and keep plenty of green space! The darling gazebo in the rear of the yard gives a little extra outdoor entertaining space.
Travel up the exquisite staircase to land in a den area perfect for watching tv or grabbing a book from one of the custom built-in cases. The expansive primary bedroom (don’t miss the closet) offers a balcony off the rear of the house, so you’ll enjoy privacy and phenomenal views. This home is unique in many ways but one of the best aspects is all the bedrooms have attached outdoor space!
Located on one of the most desirable blocks in the neighborhood, you are just a quick stroll away from the Mississippi River with incredible city views, the ferry station which is a short ride to the French Quarter, neighborhood restaurants, shops & watering holes. It truly offers the best of New Orleans living in a tight-knit, idyllic neighborhood!
This home is truly a gem that also features a brand new roof, off-street parking, a whole home generator, and is located in an X flood zone.
Updated on June 17, 2021 at 1:33 am