A sweeping Uptown estate has hit the market. 1635 Amelia St is apparently so jam-packed with amenities and awesomeness that it has "too many extras to list," according to its listing. Built in 1901, this five bedroom, five and a half bath includes a deck, porch, and balcony, as well as a substantial backyard with a saltwater pool. Way back in the early 90s, that backyard was almost expanded as a previous owner had offered to buy the once-blighted Hernandez-Davis House located the lot over and demolish it. Luckily, the James Freret-designed home survived is now a vibrant part of the neighborhood, which you also could be apart of if you swoop up 1635 Amelia St. Move in the whole family if you have to — the three story home includes two private suites on its top floor and a spacious master bedroom along with two other bedrooms on the second floor. $1.6M gets you all this, plus real estate on a fairly historic block.