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This renovated Algiers Point camelback just hit the market at $400K

It has nothing but airy rooms

926 Brooklyn Street.
All photos courtesy of Michael Verderosa/Latter & Blum

Built in 1910, this gorgeous camelback sits right on Brooklyn Street on the West Bank of New Orleans. It sits three blocks from Opelousas Avenue, and a block from the Mississippi River Trail. Former home of Jazz musician Peter Bocage, this part of Algiers Point was known as the West Bank’s epicenter of Jazz Music in the early 20th century.

The asking price is $399,900.

At first glance, this home has a sizable front yard, generous sitting porch, and an eye-catching window transom.

The real beauty lies in it interior, with an open floor living room that flows effortlessly into the kitchen and eating area. Highlights include its stunning hardwood flooring, wooden beams, tall ceilings, a modern staircase, mahogany French doors, pocket doors, and vintage light fixtures.

Its airy kitchen has quartz countertops, custom wooden cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, and a large island.

At 2,130 square feet, this two-story home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The master bedroom has a large walk-in closet. The giant master bathroom has a double vanity, rainfall shower, and a soaking tub.

A spacious covered porch overlooks this home’s private backyard at its rear.