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You can live in this giant contemporary home in Faubourg Livaudais for $1.1M

It has three sets of stairs

1839 4th Street.
All photos courtesy of Felicia Baptiste/Inhab Real Estate

Built in 1988, you’ll find this home with a double gallery-like facade on 4th Street, which sits about four blocks from St. Charles Avenue. Its asking price is $1.1 million, priced at $223/square foot.

At first glance, this home, which sits on a corner lot, has a sizable front yard, lovely columns columns, tall windows, and an adorable sitting porch.

We’re in love with this home’s deep and airy layout, including its traditional foyer, and its large sitting, family, and media rooms. Highlights include its recessed lighting, brick fireplace, spiraling staircase, and large windows. And, if you like the furniture, its also up for grabs along with the sale of this home.

Its eat-in kitchen has tons of room. It also comes with stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, a large island, porcelain floors, and subway tile backsplash.

At a whopping 4,932 square feet, which almost makes it a contender for Curbed NOLA’s map of largest homes on the market, this home has five bedrooms and three bathrooms. Its master bedroom suite has an ensuite bathroom and overlooks 4th Street.

A sizable backyard, roomy cabana, and second-floor balcony sit at this home’s rear.