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Renovated Garden District Cottage seeks $1.3M

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Its private backyard is like a sanctuary

2828 Coliseum Street.
All photos courtesy of Fred Buras/Keller Williams Realty

Built Circa 1839, this Creole cottage on Coliseum Street is one of the oldest listed homes in New Orleans.

The asking price is $1,295,000.

At first glance this gated home has a sizable brick patio, covered sitting porch, and four petite columns. It also has two eye-catching dormers, which are present on its gable roof. This abode has two entrances at its facade, and two side entrances that lead to its foyer.

It has a double parlor, traditional dining room, and a study room. Highlights include its crown molding, original wood flooring, recessed lighting, and soaring ceilings.

After recent renovations, its foyer stands as the most recent and substantial addition to this home

Standing two stories tall, it has five bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, and 4,054 square feet. With all of the bedrooms located on the second floor, this home has two master bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms and ample closet space.

A screened porch with a headboard ceiling overlooks this home’s expansive and landscaped backyard.

Interested? There’s an open house on Sunday, October 15, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.