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19th-century townhouse in the Marigny for $825K

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We love its secret garden

621 Mandeville Street.
All photos courtesy of Lisa Fury/Urban Vision Properties

Built in 1836, this lovely townhouse on Mandeville Street just hit the market for $825,000. Its easy to appreciate this home’s spacious and hidden oasis, which is apart of its 155-foot-deep lot.

This two-story home has a simple facade with gorgeous transoms, large windows, French doors, and eye-catching shutters. We also appreciate its covered balcony that has a wrought-iron railing.

This home opens to a sizable living room. We’re impressed by its tall ceilings, exposed brick, pocket doors, and mantel. It has stained concrete flooring throughout its first floor, and on its second story you’ll find wood floors). Toward the rear of this home rear you’ll find an open office and study.

Its eat-in kitchen has plenty of cabinets, a mantel, and comes furnished with stainless steel appliances.

Measuring at 1,942 square feet, this home has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Both of its bedrooms and a large shared bathroom sit on its second story. The balcony can be accessed through its master bedroom.

At its rear you’ll find a landscaped garden and patio that holds two entertainment spaces.

Interested? There’s an open house on Tuesday, March 27, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.