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This gorgeous Marigny Creole cottage hits the market at $599K

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This home sits near the Marigny neighborhood

2633 Dauphine Street.
All Photos courtesy of Troy Jowers/Pogo Realty, LLC

Built in 1842, this charming Creole cottage sits on the corner of Dauphine and Port streets and is three blocks away from St Claude Avenue. The Bywater has an exceptional Bike Score of 96.

The asking price is $599,000.

At first glance, this former bed and breakfast has an iconic Creole cottage facade, with purple-accented doors and shutters. The fire hydrant in front of the home shares that same purple flare.

This converted Bywater residence has an open living room, traditional dining room, library, and den on the first floor. Notable features include tall ceilings, beautiful hardwood flooring, and elegant wood trim throughout. The living room in particular is surrounded by floor-to-ceiling windows. And, as a plus, the home comes nearly fully-furnished.

At 2,360 square feet, this home has three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. The master bedroom has ample closet space and an ensuite bathroom. The two remaining bedrooms, both located on the second floor, have walk-in closets and private bathrooms.

While unassuming from the front, the rear of the home holds an sizable and private brick courtyard. Gated off-street parking sits off to the side of the home.