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It's $679K For an 1830s Treme Townhouse With a Contemporary Renovation

Comes with a beautiful backyard

This townhouse in Treme—part of a row of brick townhouses named Monrose Row after the original owner, Charles Monrose—dates back to the 1800s, but the owner/agent Eric Wilkinson gave the space a contemporary makeover a few years ago.

A contemporary open kitchen with white cabinets and backsplash opens to the window-filled living room. A wraparound balcony with four sets of French doors offers views of the neighborhood and the downtown skyline.

The master bathroom, with exposed brick, a clawfoot tub with patina, glamorous lighting and a sleek shower and sink, typifies the home's mix of styles.

And don't sleep on that lush backyard.

What's the asking price? $679,000.

1301 Governor Nicholls St. [Eric Wilkinson]