The Craftsman bungalow asks $349K
The asking price is $350K
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Two 1,000-square-foot apartments are perched above the expansive sanctuary.
The shotgun home is as synonymous to New Orleans as Mardi Gras is to the city.
Check out these four fixer-upper homes that just hit the market this week. These shotguns range from $45,000 to $150,000.
Built in 1957, this updated single-family home sits right on Lavender Street. The shotgun is a block from Franklin Avenue, and is near the Interstate-610.
Up for sale is this circa 1930s double craftsman camelback located on Laurel Street. Currently the home houses two month-to-month tenants.
Built in 1917 is a modest raised shotgun that is roughly two blocks from Esplanade Avenue, and six blocks from Orleans Avenue.
A 150-year-old Victorian fixer-upper in Bywater is now for sale. The three-story home sits on a 200-foot deep lot, and inside there’s original medallions, pocket doors, and high ceilings. It has two outbuildings that could be guest houses, too.
The home was originally built on the first subdivided lots of the Livaudais Plantation for Mary Ann Grigson, and restored by New Orleans antiquarian Don Didier. The three-story home retains much of its charm, but could use some careful sprucing up.
This midcentury estate on St. Charles Avenue is a beauty, but it needs a lot of updates (and a kitchen). For a $1.175 million asking price, this could be your high-end fixer-upper. It was designed by architect Earl Mathes as his own home in 1954.