After hitting the market at the end of May, asking $765,000, this Lower Garden District fixer-upper that was a labor of love of artist Matteo Neivert got a price cut. It’s now asking $699,500.
The photos from Curbed’s original feature, which coincided with the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, on the renovation show a chain-link fence and a sparse front yard, drawing a lot of comments from readers. Neivert reached out to say he has since added a "historically accurate iron fence" as well as a growing garden to the home’s front yard. The backyard of the home also continues to flourish.
• 1922 Constance St. [Realtor]