While New Orleans is often known for its unique selection of Creole cottages and shotguns, it’s not often you’ll find a home like this. Built in 1947, this Tudor-style home sits on the corner of Peniston Street and Loyola Avenue, which is three blocks from Louisiana Avenue and five blocks from Napoleon Avenue.
The asking price is $640,000, priced at the Milan median of $201 per square foot.
Sitting on a giant 6,710-square-foot lot, this distinct home has a sizable front lawn, large rope columns, and a second-floor gallery.
It has traditional living and dining rooms, spacious den, breakfast area, and an office room. Architectural highlights include its original moldings, window casings and hardwood floors, and its elegant fireplace located in the living room.
Its kitchen has new stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, and custom wooden cabinetry.
At 3,177 square feet, this home has four bedrooms and two bathrooms.
A large patio and attached double-car garage sit at the rear of this home.
- 2205 Peniston Street [Keller Williams]