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$770K buys this vibrant French Quarter Creole cottage with a private patio

It has a giant master bedroom

834 Governor Nicholls Street.
All photos courtesy of Lane Lacoy/Latter & Blum

Built circa 1815, this recently renovated Creole cottage just hit the market. Located on Governor Nicholls Street, it sits two blocks from both North Rampart Street and Esplanade Avenue. The French Quarter has a Walk Score 98 and Bike Score of 92.

The asking price is $769,900.

This residential home has a classic Creole cottage facade, and four sets of electric blue shutters.

This cottage sports an extremely spacious open floor living and dining room. Architecture highlights include exposed brick, cypress beam ceilings, wide pinewood flooring, and French doors.

its charming kitchen has stainless steel appliances, subway tile backsplash, brick floors, marble countertops, and custom cabinetry.

At 1,362 square feet, this home has two bedrooms and one bathroom. The master bedroom has closet space, mantle, and soaring ceilings.

A private brick patio and garden sit at the rear of this home.