Built in 1847, this side hall Victorian camelback offers a two-for-one deal. The property is comprised of a 2,740-square-foot main home (rather sizable for the French Quarter) and a 390-square-foot guest home.
The three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom main home offers all the grandeur one would expect from a $1,675,000 property: high ceilings, original pine wood floors, brick fireplaces (two are functional), and a marble-trimmed master bathroom with a Roman tub. Renovated in 2013, the kitchen includes granite countertops, new cabinets, and a new convection oven. There’s also a new-ish slate roof (it’s three years old).
The home’s footprint is long and narrow, even for a shotgun. Its first floor places the sitting room, dining room, kitchen, and master bedroom and bathroom in succession, under a vaulted ceiling. A staircase beside the kitchen leads upstairs, where you’ll find a bathroom and two more bedrooms—one of which opens to a courtyard-facing balcony.
The guest home—a studio with a small kitchen and bathroom—also shares courtyard access. The courtyard includes plenty of plants (with their own watering system) and a fountain—and there’s also parking for three cars on site.
Via: Brigitte Fredy of Latter & Blum, Inc.