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Lower Garden District Greek Revival with guest home asks $1.2M

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It has a large open space at its rear

1233 Coliseum Street.
All photos courtesy of Dorian Bennett/Dorian Bennett Sotheby's International Realty

Built in 2012, this Greek Revival sits on Coliseum Street, near Prytania Street, St Charles Avenue, and Coliseum Square. The Lower Garden District neighborhood has a Walk Score of 93.

The asking price is $1,200,000.

At first glance, the home has a classic double gallery, complete with a lush front yard.

Soaring ceilings and hardwood flooring are installed throughout. On the first floor, this Greek Revival has a traditional dining room and an open floor living room that effortlessly blends into the kitchen.

The airy chef’s kitchen has stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, a breakfast nook, eat-in area, and custom cabinetry.

At 3,273 square feet, this home had four bedrooms and three bathrooms. The master bedroom has a walk-in closet. One bedroom is located on the first floor—which is currently used as an office space—while the other three are located on the second floor. The gallery is accessible though walk-out windows, located in one of the bedrooms and the dedicated laundry room.

At the rear of the home sits a wraparound porch, uncovered patio, and a guest home that has one bedroom and one bathroom.