This Smurf-blue Tremé home, built sometime between 1851 and 1860, has certainly seen better days but it's not a total wreck. The listing says the 7,000-square-foot dwelling on Gov. Nicholls Street is "the largest home in historic Tremé" and someone took advantage of the space by packing it full of tchotchkes. Brushing right over the busted state of the rear of the home and the saddest kitchen ever, brokerbabble instead focuses on the "period details such as pocket doors, picture rail, elaborate Victorian mantles, hardwood floors, and medallions." The asking price for this 11-bedroom spread with eight bathrooms: $399,000.
· Listing: 1608 Gov. Nicholls St. [Latter & Blum]