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For 490K you can buy this Bywater shotgun with a guest home and studio

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Off-street parking does exist in the Bywater

3049 North Rampart Street
All photos courtesy of Lisa Fury/Urban Vision Properties

Built in 1897, this classic shotgun sits nestled on a 6,000 square foot lot, along with a guest house an an artist studio. Located on North Rampart Street, the home sits a block from St. Claude Avenue and five blocks from Franklin Avenue.

The asking price is $490,000.

At first glance, the home has a simple shotgun facade—standing tall and narrow with one window and one entrance. The home sits in between its driveway and workshop.

With each room stacked after the next, the shotgun has a formal living room, den, and an open floor dining room that blends into the kitchen. Soaring ceilings and wood flooring are found throughout this shotgun.

The kitchen has custom cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, and elegant stained glass above the sink.

The 2,089-square-foot shotgun has one bedroom—with ample closet space—and two bathrooms.

The mother-in-law suite, which measures in around 900 square feet, has one bedroom, one bathroom, and an open floor living room. The suite connects directly to the wide open-space workshop.

At the rear of the home is a covered wooden deck, and a landscaped patio shared between the primary and mother-in-law residence. A cozy garden sits on the side of the shotgun.