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For $639K you can buy this Bywater center hall with an expansive backyard

This home is for exposed brick lovers

613 Louisa Street.
All photos courtesy of Lisa Fury/Urban Vision Properties

Built in 1862, this center hall home sits on Louisa Street, less than a block from Chartres and two blocks from Crescent Park. The Bywater neighborhood sports a Bike Score of 99 and a Walk Score of 86.

The asking price is $639,000.

This elegant center hall home has a simple facade, sitting directly on the sidewalk. Having two entrances, one leads to the master bedroom while the other grants entry into the center hall.

The deep center hall is flanked with exposed brick. Other highlights include French and pocket doors, hardwood flooring, and wood ceilings. This home has an open floor living room that flows effortlessly into its open dining area.

The previous owner updated the kitchen, which now includes handmade cabinets, subway tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops, a unique wooden island, and a modest breakfast

At 1,894 square feet, this home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Two of the bedrooms have exposed brick and wooden ceilings. The smaller bedroom without exposed brick has a spacious walk-in closet.

At the rear of this home is a giant covered sitting porch that overlooks its expansive backyard and a 675 square-foot storage space.