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A circa-1919 manse by Audubon Park asks $1.25M

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It’s hard to say whether the home’s park-adjacent location or stylish renovation is more appealing

Sitting two blocks from Audubon Park and two blocks from Magazine Street, this five-bedroom abode enjoys one of the toniest (and prettiest) locations New Orleans has to offer. The circa-1919 home also presents plenty of period ambience (exposed brick fireplaces, heart-of-pine-floors, a double gallery) alongside modern amenities, thanks to a to-the-studs renovation in 2018.

On the first floor, a foyer and dining room span the home’s width. Illuminated by floor-to-ceiling windows and chandeliers, and bisected by a brick chimney, this area leads to an open living room and kitchen. There, marble waterfall counters and stainless-steel appliances create a serene, contemporary look. A bedroom, bathroom, and den are tucked in the rear, and the den opens to a covered porch.

The second floor houses two bathrooms and three more bedrooms, including the master, which opens to a balcony. The master bedroom suite also includes a balcony-facing sitting room and a luminous, marble-clad bathroom with a soaking tub and glass enclosure shower.

On the third level, a narrow bedroom, bathroom and playroom hug the attic ridge, creating an additional 625 of living space. All in all, the five-bedroom, five-and-a-half bathroom home covers 3,990 square feet and asks $1,250,000.

Via: Cody Stringer of Inhab Real Estate

Audubon Park

6500 Magazine Street, , LA 70118 Visit Website