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This inviting Mid-City home, formerly a pharmacy, seeks $445K

One of a few store-to-home conversions in New Orleans

300 South Pierce Street
All photos courtesy of Katie Witry/Witry Collective

Last week, Curbed New Orleans highlighted some of New Orleans’s homes that were converted from stores across in several of its neighborhoods. This former pharmacy, located on 300 South Pierce Street, ranks among our favorites. It sits a block from South Carrollton Avenue and two blocks from Canal Street.

At first glance, this large home sits on a 3,125-square-foot corner lot. Undergoing a massive renovation, it has open floor living and dining spaces and a surprisingly roomy loft area on its second floor. Highlights include its vaulted ceilings, concrete flooring in its living and dining spaces, wooden floors in all other rooms (except the bathrooms), built-in bookshelves, wood siding, and exposed wood beams.

Its airy floorplan accommodates for a large chef’s kitchen that has granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, brick backsplash behind the stove, and a long eat-in bar.

At 1,847 square feet, this home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Its master bedroom has a large walk-closet. Its ensuite bathroom has a double vanity and subway tile.

An uncovered patio, ample off-street and gated parking, and a one-car garage sit at this home’s rear.