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Spacious Treme Camelback asks $425K

Space wise, this house is inexpensive

1923 Dumaine Street
Photos via Redfin

Built in 1926 is a roomy Treme Camelback that was recently renovated.

The Treme home is blocks away from the Lafitte Greenway and the Louis Armstrong park. Nearby are several local favorites, including Dooky Chase’s Restaurant and the Basin Street Lounge. The neighborhood boasts an above average bike score of 92, according to

The Asking price is $425,000.

The home’s asking price is below the median average of $449,000 in its neighborhood. Moreover, at 2,175 square feet, the home is $195 per square feet, which is $235 less per square foot than the neighborhood average.

The home has three bedrooms and two full bathrooms. As an added plus the master bedroom has a spacious Walk in closet on the second story of the home. Other neat room features include a spacious hallway in the home and a designated laundry room.

The kitchen has beautiful granite counters, and opens into a spacious, flexible dining area and to the living room. Soaring ceilings and beautiful hardwood floors are a standard throughout the home.

Outside the camelback’s exterior is graced with New Orleans-centric shuttered windows. Out back, is a roomy backyard area.