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Central City double, with exposed brick, hits market at $409.5K

Walking distance from the St. Charles streetcar line

1833 4th Street
All photos via Redfin

Built in 1885, and located in Faubourg Livaudais, a subdistrict of Central City, is a multi-family camelback home. The two-unit home is three blocks from St. Charles Avenue. The surrounding area is rated as very walkable, according to Redfin.

The asking price is $409,500, which is which is almost twice the median average of its neighborhood. However, does this owner occupied residence make the steep price point worth it?

The camelback home is separated into two units. The owner’s unit has 2 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and balcony access. The second unit has two bedrooms and one bathroom. The combined living space is a sizable 2,528 square feet at $162 per square foot.

The home was renovated in 2011, which included a overhaul of plumbing and gutters. Upgrades also extend to the kitchen, offering new granite counter top finishes.

The home also has a beautiful bathroom in its owner unit that is equipped with decorative tile and a unique free-standing tub.

The home holds its classic appeal, including its original exposed brick, hardwood flooring, and ceilings that reach a height of over 14 feet.

Out back is a spacious backyard, which is overlooked by the home’s balcony.