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French Quarter fixer-upper, built in the 1830s, asks $969.9K

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Features high ceilings, ornate mantels, ceiling medallions, moldings, exposed brick, and hardwood floors

This 1830s Creole cottage in the French Quarter definitely needs a renovation, but the crumbling charm and beautiful details of the space it make it interesting.

The window-filled two-story cottage features high ceilings, fireplaces with ornate period mantels, ceiling medallions, moldings, lots of exposed brick, and hardwood floors. There’s also a balcony, private courtyard, and two-story guest house.

The asking price is $969,900. It will be interesting to see what the future owner does to the space.