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For $342.5K you can buy this cute Audubon shotgun

It has a nice deck at its rear

6120 Delord Street.
All photos courtesy of Kim Carnegie/Gardner Realtors

Renovated in 2008, this unconventional shotgun, located on Delord Street, just hit the market. Recently, Curbed NOLA featured this home as one of four Audubon Homes for sale under $400,000.

The asking price is $342,500. At $204 per square foot, this home is $90 cheaper than media average of $294 per square foot, according to Redfin.

At first glance, the home’s facade foregoes a traditional front-facing entrance for a side entrance that leads to its foyer. The facade is decorated with a large fleur-de-lis and and a modest garden.

This shotgun holds true to its roots, having a long and narrow facade with each room stacked after the next. Highlights include beautiful wood flooring, tall ceilings, and a large open floor living room.

The kitchen has custom cabinets, concrete countertops, and subway tile backsplash.

At 1,375 square feet, this home has two bedroom, two bathrooms, and a bonus office space. Both bedrooms have decorative fireplaces with exposed brick. The master bedroom holds additional storage in a loft-like attic.

A detached shed and uncovered deck that over looks this shotgun’s sizable backyard sit at the rear of the home.