In February, Curbed New Orleans mapped the most gorgeous center hall homes on the market. This week, a lovely center hall built circa 1902 just hit the market, asking $1.2 million.
At first glance, we’re in love with this home’s facade. Sitting on landscaped grounds, this home has gorgeous columns, tall windows, a roomy sitting porch, and a fantastic dormer.
Its interior is magnificent. We’re drawn to its deep center hall, several archways, plaster medallions, and open-floor living and dining room. Its previous owner has maintained this home’s charm, particularly seen in its gorgeous heart pine floors and cypress doors and mantels.
In its airy kitchen, which has a breakfast area, you’ll find subway tile backsplash, granite counters, and a commercial vent for its 1950 O’Keefe &Merrit stove. There’s a dedicated room used as a bar next to the kitchen.
Measuring at 2,803 square feet, this home has three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. Its master bedroom has an ensuite bathroom and a sizable closet.
Two back decks, a screened porch, and a landscaped patio sit at this home’s rear. Other highlights include its 58 solar panels and off-street parking that can accommodate up to five cars.
- 2612 Royal Street [Latter & Blum]