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19th-century Creole cottage with restored carriage house just hit the market at $1.91M

Its courtyard is absolutely gourgeous

1129 Burgundy Street.
All photos courtesy of Lynda DePanicis/Shelnutt Real Estate Enterprises

Built in 1834, this French Quarter Creole cottage, located on Burgundy Street, sits a block from North Rampart Street and three blocks from Esplanade Avenue. The French Quarter has a Walk Score of 95 points, which is the highest neighborhood rating in the city.

The asking price is $1,910,000.

Placed on a 2,900-square-foot lot, this Creole cottage, has a compact facade, two tall windows, and one dormer on its roof. Unlike most Creole cottages in the city, this home has a side entrance.

It has a spacious living room and open floor dining room. Highlights include wide pine flooring, soaring ceilings, antique crystal empire chandeliers, plaster medallions, and recessed lighting.

Its luxurious kitchen, which flows into the dining area, has stainless steel appliances, a large island, its original mantel, and marble countertops.

The main home has two bedrooms and 1.5 bathrooms. Its master bathroom, which just underwent a renovation, has exposed brick, a beautiful double vanity, and a marble finish.

A private landscaped courtyard, saltwater pool, and two-story carriage house sits at this home’s rear.

Its carriage house has one bedroom, a renovated bathroom, and a balcony.