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Beautiful French Quarter home with classic appeal asks $1.75M

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This home boarders the Treme and Marigny neighborhoods

909 Ursulines Avenue
Photos courtesy of Tracey Moore.

Built in 1897 is a single-family home located on Ursulines Avenue. The home sits near the the edge of the French Quarter, two blocks from Rampart Street and three blocks from Esplanade Avenue. The French Quarter neighborhood has an above average bike score of 95 and an incredible walk score of 97.

The asking price is $1,750,000, which is down from its $2,195,000 price point last November.

The single-family residence sits on an over-sized, private lot, which is nicely contained by a brick wall. Inside the confines is a spacious uncovered brick patio, graced with beautifully greenery and trees. Around the home is ample green space, and a decorative fountain placed on the side of the residence.

The home true classic appeal is visible from the inside. As a standard, all rooms have soaring ceilings and unmatched wood flooring. Pocket doors, a double parlor and a formal dining room, a den and an eat-in kitchen also add to the home’s refreshing ambiance.

The 2,961 square foot home has three bedrooms, two full bathrooms and a half bathroom. The master bathroom suite is equipped with a stand-up shower and a beautifully finished tub.