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Bywater Mansion Turned Bed and Breakfast Gets a $300K Price Chop

The manse was built in 1856 and renovated in 2006

Whether you want it as your antebellum dream home or to continue its business operations, the mansion-turned-b&b called Camellia Manor just got a price chop. When it hit the market in January it was asking $1,650,000, and now it's down to $1,350,000.

The imposing Bywater manse, known for its stately columns and namesake camellia gardens, was built in 1856 and renovated in 2006. The home has eight bedrooms, five-and-a-half bathrooms and lots of historic details, including hardwood floors, pocket doors, high ceilings, and mantles.

906 Mazant St. [Latter & Blum]
Bywater's 1850s 'Camellia Manor,' Currently a Bed and Breakfast, Asks $1.65M [Curbed NOLA]