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This Audubon Victorian camelback with wooden deck asks $690K

It’s bigger than it looks

6313 Laurel Street.
All photos courtesy of Todd Tedesco/Keller Williams

Built in 1897, this Victorian camelback home sits a block from Audubon Park and three blocks from Magazine Street.

The asking price is $690,000.

At first glance this victorian abode has a narrow facade, complimented by its modest sitting porch, adorned columns, garden, and floor-to-ceiling window.

It has an open floor living and dining area, and airy den. Architectural highlights include antique pine floors, tall ceilings, and mantels. It’s spacious kitchen, which flows into the den, has stainless steel appliances and a sleek black countertop finish.

At 1,761 square feet, this home has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Both bedrooms have ample closet space. The master bathroom has a large soaking tub, separate shower, and noteworthy stained glass window.

A rear deck overlooks a sizable landscaped backyard and a 250-square-foot detached shed. The private yard has an unique brick perimeter fence.