In a gentrified neighborhood where many double shotguns have been retrofitted into single-family homes, this listing stands out. Built in 1868, the property at 3317-19 Dauphine Street in Bywater maintains its original multi-family footprint. A front porch spans two front entrances, each opening to a double parlor. Both 1,238-square-feet units have two bedrooms, one bathroom, and a kitchen in the rear. Separate screened porches, connected by a shared laundry and storage area, overlook the charmingly overgrown backyard. At a generous 159 feet deep, this yard, too, is unusual for the neighborhood.
Inside, find traditional architectural details including transom windows, interior wood columns, fireplaces, high ceilings, pecky cypress kitchen cabinets, and ceramic tile flourishes. The owner’s side features central heat and air conditioning, and the rental side offers passive income.
Via: Lane Lacoy of Latter & Blum Realty