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Remodeled, spacious Algiers Point creole cottage asks $284.9K

Renovated minimalism at its best

501 Homer Street
All photos courtesy of Jacqueline Hedlund, Realty Executives NOLA

Built in 1856 is a fully remolded creole cottage located on Homer street. The home is a marriage of old and new, merging a classic home design with modern minimalism.

The asking price is $284,900.

At first glance, the two story cottage has two entrances, one leading directly to a bedroom and the other that leads into the living room. As with most homes with similar cottage designs, the home is placed directly on the sidewalk.

Inside, the home has beautiful pine wood flooring installed throughout, which is complimented by the home’s spacious floor plan and soaring ceilings. The cottage’s floor plan accommodates for a separate living room area and a combined kitchen and dining area.

Though, its worth noting that one strong suit of this cottage is its sweeping storage spaces found in various nooks, corners and, rooms in the home.

At purchase, the home comes with the stainless steel LG appliances pictured, which includes a stove, dishwasher and refrigerator. Beyond appliances, the kitchen adds a clean, modern feel with its continuation of pine wood flooring spreading into the kitchen, a modest stove range, and custom, minimal wood shelving. Along with its simplistic, clean cabinetry, the kitchen achieves a satisfying minimalistic ambience.

The spacious cottage, which has an estimated 1,428 square feet of living space, has two bedrooms. The first bedroom is located on the first floor, and the master bedroom is located on the second floor. Next to the Master bedroom is a beautiful bathroom equipped with a dual sink and Carrea marble tops. A walk-in closet is also located near the master bedroom.