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In the Irish Channel, a classic double gallery asks $795K

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Offering a prime St. Patrick’s Day location to its lucky future owners

White Greek revival columns join a brick porch with a hedgerow and black iron fence. Photo courtesy Lane Washburn, Reve Realtors

Two-story townhouses popped up in the South throughout the 18th and 19th centuries, becoming especially popular in New Orleans and its Uptown neighborhoods.

On Third Street between Magazine and Constance streets, a beautifully renovated example of the classic architectural style was recently listed for $795,000.

The double gallery-style four-bedroom home in the Irish Channel also sits between the dueling barrooms of mainstays Tracey’s and Parasol’s, two neighborhood landmarks in an area that’s essential to the city’s Irish heritage and its annual St. Patrick’s Day celebrations.

Lush greenery surrounds a secluded brick porch with iron railings. Inside, a foyer and hallway with stained glass windows lead to a roomy dining and living area. There are brick touches throughout the home, including in the kitchen, where brick walls surround a marble-topped island, white cabinets, and stainless steel appliances.

On the other side of the first floor, a separate hallway bar area connects the kitchen with the living and dining rooms; there is also a pantry, laundry room, two bathrooms, and a bedroom. In the backyard, an air-conditioned shed (with plumbing) is large enough for a secluded office or art room.

The front foyer continues to a hallway that opens to the kitchen and a wide staircase. Upstairs, a long hall leads to a master bedroom and two additional bedrooms. A black-tiled en suite bathroom in the master bedroom has a white clawfoot tub, and fireplaces throughout the house retain their classic iron covers, reminders of the neighborhood’s storied past in the middle of a thriving present.

Via: Lane Washburn, Reve Realtors

Blue diamond shapes weave into two stained glass windows in a long white hallway with dark wood floors. Photo courtesy Lane Washburn, Reve Realtors
On the left, a hallway opens to a dining area with a white table chandelier and a living room within the center of the house. Photo courtesy Lane Washburn, Reve Realtors
Light-red brick fills the walls in a kitchen with marble countertops, stainless steel appliances, and a bar seating area in the center. Photo courtesy Lane Washburn, Reve Realtors
Six white lights frame the mirror in a bathroom with a white clawfoot tub, white marble countertops, and a dark wood cabinet Photo courtesy Lane Washburn, Reve Realtors
A white room has a crib on the left with a tall white bookshelf set against the wall at the foot of the crib. A fireplace and white mantle are against the wall on the right. Photo courtesy Lane Washburn, Reve Realtors
In a backyard, green grass, bushes, and trees abut a tall shed with a light-red brick patio and a grill. Photo courtesy Lane Washburn, Reve Realtors