Today, let's take a quick look at some charming housing stock in the Gentilly neighborhood, which covers a large swath of New Orleans. Sure, parts of Gentilly are still in rebuild mode post-Katrina and there's some food desert issues, but compared to the more booming (read: $$$) parts of the city, there's definitely a good amount of nice, affordable on-the-market dwellings here.
First up, this charming Painters Street abode, an "impeccably renovated" place with four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a pretty sweet little porch set-up. The $237,500 ask gets you 1,800-square-feet of space.
↑ The listing for this arts and craft cottage in Gentilly Terrace doesn't present a stellar bunch of photos, but after a bit of squinting, it becomes clear that this place is the real deal. It has good bones, as "they" like to say. The Arts Street home has five bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, 11-foot ceilings, and a fenced back yard. The ask: $229,000.
↑ Another Gentilly Terrace dwelling, this 2,172-square-foot raised cottage comes with three bedrooms, three bathrooms, original hardwood floors, and a $239,000 price tag.
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