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Renovated Uptown cottage has a new roof, a brick patio, and a $329K price tag

It’s a stone’s throw from St. Charles Avenue

Photos courtesy Katherine Eshleman of McEnery Residential

Any time a renovated Uptown cottage hits the market for less than $350,000, it merits exploration. And when it’s a circa-1928 three-bedroom that received a total renovation, including a new roof and new electrical and plumbing systems, it’s a cause for celebration.

The star of this 1,517-square-foot home is definitely its open kitchen and living area. We love the kitchen’s abundant natural light, wood floors, open shelving, and transom window.

The rest of the home continues the spare-yet-stylish vibe with rustic exposed baseboards and windowsills. There’s also an accent wall of wood paneling in the hall.

In the bathroom, simple, sleek white tiles contrast the rough-hewn doorways.

There’s also a fenced brick patio, and the home is three blocks from St. Charles Avenue, within easy walking distance of plenty of bars, restaurants, and boutiques.

Via: Katherine Eshleman of McEnery Residential