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Cozy Victorian shotgun asks $365K

An intimate home with a big heart

705 General Pershing St.
Photos courtesy of Joan Judycki, Revolution Realty NOLA

Built in 1919, this adorable Uptown victorian shotgun just hist the market. The cozy home is located just 1.5 blocks from Magazine Street and Lawrence square.

Locals will be a fan of the neighborhood’s vicinity to Magazine’s restaurant row, which includes Shaya, Theo’s and Mona’s. During Mardi Gras, the home is also located nearby the Napoleon parade route. This house is also being sold by an owner/agent.

The asking price is $365,000, which is nearly $100,000 under the median average of homes sold in Uptown.

The modest shotgun has a welcoming and intimate porch area, graced by a tall, beautiful window. Inside the home has two bedrooms and one bathroom.

As a standard, the house has beautiful wooden floors, a spacious floor plan, and tall ceilings throughout the home. The shotgun’s interior color also treats guest to a warm, homey feel.

As a bonus, the artwork inside the house was created by the owner’s mother.

Outside, the home offers back and side yard space. The backyard has room for a pool or garden. The home also has a side area that can be converted into a garden and a driveway that can easily accommodate two cars.