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Elegant 19th-century Italianate home hits market at $645K

Classy inside and out

2226 Constance Street.
All photos courtesy of Eileen Wallen/Gardner Realtors

Built in 1837, this renovated Italianate home sits on Constance Street, less than a block from both Magazine Street and Jackson Avenue. The Lower Garden District has a Walk Score of 93.

The asking price is $645,000. Priced at $354/square foot, this home is $21 less than the neighborhood median of $375/square foot.

At first glance, this Italianate home has a sizable front yard, spacious sitting porch, and three beautiful floor-to-ceiling windows with fully-operational shutters.

It has an airy floorplan, double parlor, den, and a study room that can easily be converted into a bedroom. Architectural highlights include heart of pine flooring, pocket and cypress doors, mantels, and soaring ceilings.

It’s kitchen has a large center island, mahogany cabinets, stainless steel appliances, and granite countertops.

At 1,822 square feet, this home has three bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms. The large master bedroom has direct access to the backyard. The master bathroom has a large tub, vessel sinks, and a stand-in shower.

An uncovered wooden deck overlooks the private landscaped backyard and brick patio.

2226 Constance Street [Gardner Realtors]