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You can buy this 19th-century Creole cottage in the Marigny for $299K

One of New Orleans’s most unique house styles

825 Mandeville Street.
All photos courtesy of Lisa Fury/Urban Vision, LLC

Built in 1850, this cozy Creole cottage on Mandeville Street just hit the market. It sits two blocks from both St Claude and Elysian Fields avenues. Walking distance from the French Quarter, the Marigny sports a Walk Score of 92.

The asking price is $299,000.

This home has large living room, and an open floor dining space that blends effortlessly into its kitchen. Highlights include beautiful wood flooring, soaring ceilings, and exposed ceiling joist in its dining space.

It’s kitchen has striking custom cabinetry, exposed brick, and a staircase that leads to the upper-floor bedroom.

At 977 square feet, this home has two bedrooms and one bathroom. The upper-floor bedroom is considerably larger at twice the width of the fireplace-equipped bedroom on the first floor.

This home has a private and uncovered brick patio at its side.