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Remodeled Garden District Victorian home asks $674.9K

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Love at first sight

2412 Constance Street
Photos courtesy of William McIntyre

Built in 1882 is this single-family Eastlake home located on Constance Street. The victorian home is near several local shops and venues on Magazine Street. According to Redfin, the neighborhood has a Walk Score of 90.

The asking price is $674,900. At $309 per square foot, the home is $71 per square foot cheaper than the neighborhood average of $380.

At first glance, the home has eye-drawing columns, two floor-to-ceiling windows, and a nicely-sized sitting porch.

Inside, the home has been completely remodeled, refreshing its original hardwood flooring, pocket doors, fireplace mantle, and exposed brick. Room highlights include a traditional dining room and an open floor living room. Soaring ceilings are found throughout the home.

The home’s kitchen has hard wood flooring throughout, a sizable island with wood finishing, quartz countertops, and an oven range.

The 2184-square-foot home has four bedrooms and two bathrooms.


At the rear is an uncovered brick patio, and a work shed.