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Spacious Treme shotgun fixer upper hits market at $199K

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Between location and design, its potential is limitless

2418 Barracks Street
All photos courtesy of Jacqueline Hedlund, Realty Executives NOLA

Built in 1917 is a modest raised shotgun that is roughly two blocks from Esplanade Avenue, and six blocks from Orleans Avenue. Additionally, the surrounding neighborhood has a Bike Score of 90 on Redfin, which would make rides to City Park, Mid City Market and the French Quarter a breeze.

The asking price is $199,000, Which is $90,950 under the median neighborhood average of $289,950.

At first glance, this classic shotgun is a fixer upper that can use a much-needed exterior refresh. However, the classic floorplan and effective use of space can easily make up for the difference.

Inside, the home has modest ceilings and charming Oak floor throughout the living rooms and bedrooms area. The 1,133 square foot home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Both bedrooms are accented with exposed bricks and soaring ceilings.

The spacious kitchen is equipped with oak cabinets, wood finished countertops and ceramic tiling. The kitchen has space for a dining/eat-in area.

Outside, the home has a fenced, intimate backyard area that comes with a detached storage area.