Studded with music clubs, bars, and restaurants, the Marigny Triangle is a destination in its own right. Add its optimal positioning between the bustling, historic French Quarter and the more residential Bywater/Marigny neighborhoods, and you have the best of both worlds at your fingertips.
This three-bedroom brick cottage sits in the middle of the Marigny triangle, and it has features you don’t often find in the city’s dense, urban core: a large, grassy backyard and covered porch among them.
A 2015 renovation created a modern open living area in the home, which retains a rustic feel thanks to exposed brick and beams. The crystal chandeliers are a bright and unexpected juxtaposition.
Doors can be shuttered for privacy or opened to let the sunlight in.
Highlights of the kitchen include quartz counters and stainless-steel appliances.
The home’s 1,650 square feet include three bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms, where the exposed bricks and beams continue.
Last of all, here’s a look at that crawfish boil-ready backyard and porch.
Via: Jennifer Saltaformaggio of Keller Williams Realty