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Before and after: Renovated Queen Anne home in Old Algiers lists for $650K

A beautiful home reimagined

1026 Brooklyn Street.
All photos courtesy of Michael J.D. Verderosa/Later & Blum

Built in 1894 sits this large two-story home on Brooklyn Avenue. It sits a block from the Mississippi River and roughly three blocks from Newton Street. It underwent a full renovation this past year.

The asking price is $649,900.

At first glance, this gated 19th-century home, nestled onto a 3,200 square-foot lot, has a beautiful balcony, covered sitting porch, and maintains its Eastlake-like properties on its facade.

It has a sizable center hall that connects its open floor living and dining rooms, den, and staircase. Hardwood flooring, exposed-brick fireplace, and soaring ceilings are a few of its renovated architectural details.

Divided from the den by this home’s original fireplace, its roomy kitchen has stainless steel appliances, marble finish, subway tile backsplash, and a nicely-sized island.

At 3,420 square feet, it has five bedrooms and four bathrooms. The master bedroom suite has an ensuite bathroom, direct access to the gallery, and access to a shared walk-in closet. The second-floor bedrooms of this home are split by a center hall.

1026 Brooklyn Street [Latter & Blum]