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Bywater Bed and Breakfast hits market at $1.3M

This property can be sold as either a commercial B&B or a single-family home

3820 Burgundy Street
Photos courtesy of Michael Verderosa

Built in 1860 and located in the heart of the Bywater is the Maison de Macarty Bed and Breakfast, which is two blocks from St. Claude Avenue and roughly 1.5 miles from the French Quarter. Previously apart Louis Barthelemy Chavalier de Macarty Plantation, the property is part of the National Register of Historic Places.

Most notably, the property is being sold as either a commercial B&B or as residential purchase.

The asking price is $1,300,000.

At first glance, the property has beautiful ornate columns, a covered front porch, and a gorgeous covered cantilevered balcony.

Inside, the home offers a spacious, floor plan with soaring ceilings and beautiful hardwood floors. The 4,324 square foot bed and breakfast has nine bedrooms and nine bathrooms.

The owner’s suite is located on the first floor, along with two dining rooms, a kitchen and several open spaces that can easily be converted into a living rooms, entertainment or den areas. The second floor houses six bedrooms, with the remaining two bedrooms held in cottages separate from the residence.

Outside, the home has a gorgeous, private courtyard, equipped with a wooden deck, an unground pool, lush greenery and a cabana.