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This Treme shotgun double hit the market at $399K

In one of city’s oldest neighborhoods

2623 St. Philip Street
All photos courtesy of Alex Hill/WiseMove, LLC

Built in 1918, this two-unit home sits on St. Philip Street, less than a block from North Broad Street and Ursulines Avenue. With a Bike Score of 88, Treme has one of the highest ratings in the city.

At first glance, this shotgun has a sizable sitting porch and shuttered windows.

Recently renovated, both sides of the unit have identical floorplans, including a separate living room and eat-in kitchen. Highlights include 12-foot ceilings, hardwood flooring, and mantels.

Nearly 2,000 square feet in total, each unit has three bedrooms and one bathroom. Currently owner-occupied, the remaining unit rents for $1,500/month.

The owners unity has access to a cozy wooden deck that overlooks this home’s large backyard with a modest garden.

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