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Renovated Masonry Building in the LGD Gets a Price Chop

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The style is mid century-meets-industrial

After a recent price chop, a renovated 19th century masonry building in the LGD that was going for $695,000 is now down to $655,000.

Once blighted and the subject of neighbor complaints, the structure got a stylish mid century-meets-industrial makeover.

Renovated by owner/architect William Rosenthal, the light-filled home includes a mezzanine that would make an ideal office space.

Upstairs, the minimalist master bathroom includes a swampy green distressed clawfoot tub. A back balcony provides even more views of the city. There's also a big backyard and off-street parking.

Renovated 19th Century Masonry Building in the LGD Asking $695K [Curbed NOLA]
1026 Melpomene St. [Wirth-Moore Realty]
10 Renovated Homes for Sale in New Orleans [Curbed NOLA]