The 1830s Creole townhouse also got a big renovation that kept some of the original details: the wood floors have been refinished, and there's a wrought iron balcony, two staircases, exposed brick and beams.
Within the 5,034 square feet of space, you'll find similarities to its sister home, although the first one has a bit more of a patina. But the fresher property has lots of exposed brick, plus a side balcony that overlooks a courtyard.
This townhouse is asking a little more than its sister did at first: $1,599,000. (The other townhouse asked $1,550,000, which is now down to $1,399,000 after a second price chop.)
• 1347 Magazine St. [Realtor]
• 1351 Magazine St. [Realtor]
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