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Renovated French Quarter Creole townhouse seeks $2.2M

It has a beautiful private courtyard 

1233 Bourbon Street.
All photos courtesy of Dorian Bennett Sotheby’s International Realty

Built in 1842, this three-story Creole townhouse sits on the quieter side of Bourbon street, roughly two block from Esplanade Avenue.

The asking price is $2,195,000.

At first glance, this home has beautiful shutters, large windows, dormers, and a private balcony.

Sporting a contemporary redesign, this home has a traditional living room on its first floor, an additional open floor living and dining space on its second floor, and a bonus study. Highlights include wide plank flooring, exposed brick walls, pendant lighting, and an elevator.

Its kitchen has stainless steel appliances, marble countertops, a roomy eat-in bar, and custom cabinetry. A sizable pantry is tucked into a corner next to the kitchen.

At 2,858 square feet, this home has four bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms. Its master bedroom, which sits on the third floor, has vaulted ceilings and an ensuite bathroom.

Out back is a rear-facing balcony, and a landscaped courtyard. This home also has two off-street parking spaces.

  • 1233 Bourbon Street [Dorian Bennett Sotheby’s International Realty]