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Eclectic French Quarter home hits the market at $1.35M

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It has two detached guest homes

1021 Orleans Street.
All photos courtesy of Liz Tardo/Keller Williams Realty

Built in 1882, this unique creole home sits on Orleans Street, less than a block from North Rampart Street and Louis Armstrong park.

The asking price is $1,350,000.

At first glance, this three-bay creole home has a striking facade (which appears to be a creole and greek revival mix), mansard roof, and a noteworthy dormer.

It has formal living and dining rooms, and a spacious family room. Maintaining its historical charm, this home outstanding millwork, crown molding, tall ceilings, hardwood flooring, exposed brick, and mantels.

Its airy kitchen has appealing wooden cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, and a fireplace.

Standing two stories tall, this home has four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, and 2,094 square feet. Its master bathroom has wood flooring, a stand-in shower, and soaking tub.

A beautiful courtyard and two detached guest wings sit at this home’s rear. Its guest homes, which have a total of 1,200 square feet, are currently rented as apartments.