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A light-filled Uptown cottage is ready to serve as Mardi Gras parade headquarters

The charming cottage with a fenced backyard asks $485K

Perched a block off Magazine Street in Uptown, this two-bedroom, two-bathroom cottage is ideally situated to serve as a Mardi Gras parade headquarters. Its exterior gives us gingerbread-house vibes, thanks to its gable porch roof, fanciful fretwork, and cinnamon hue.

The interior is light, simple, and airy. Transoms and large windows provide ample natural light. Wooden floors, fireplaces, and wainscoting add to the cottage’s sense of cheer.

The kitchen’s glass cabinets and stainless-steel vent hood give it an antique feel.

The bedrooms also cleave to the minimalist-cottage-chic vibe. Note the patches of exposed brick and high ceilings. The master bathroom has a deep soaker tub with jets.

It wouldn’t be a cottage without a few nooks and crannies. With its exposed overhead beams and slanting ceiling, this room looks like the perfect place to hole up with a book.

The 1,400-square-foot home also has a fenced yard and utility room.

The home at 3815 Camp Street asks $485,000, and it’s open Wednesday, January 16 from noon to 2 p.m. and again from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Via: Megan Saporito