Up for sale in Uptown, this circa 1930s double craftsman camelback sits right on Laurel Street. Currently the home houses two month-to-month tenants. The home sits two blocks from Tchoupitoulas Street, and two blocks from Magazine Street. The surrounding neighborhood has a Walk Score of 89.
The asking price is $599,000. At $200 per square foot, the home is priced $66 less than the neighborhood median average of $266.
The units sport a mirror floorplan, with each unit measuring in at three bedrooms, one bathroom and 1,500 square feet. The floor plan allows for a traditional dining and living room. Highlights include original wood flooring on the fist floor of each unit, and 12 foot ceilings throughout the residence.
In respect of the privacy of the tenants, we aren’t allowed to show the interior of the home for this particular listing, but the exterior makes up for that.
At first glance, the home has a spacious, separated sitting porch, both complete with a swinging benches.
On the left side of the home is off-street parking that can accommodate up to three cars, while on the right side is a cozy side garden.
The home has two private backyards at its rear. One unit has a modest courtyard, while the second unit is adorned with a wooden deck and a roomy gazebo.
- 5013 Laurel Street [Engel & Voelkers New Orleans]