An interior designer's own home combines historic architectural elements with bespoke details and curated finishes. Original colorful glass windows, hardwood floors, and mantles evoke the history of this 156-year-old house, while the kitchen, bathrooms and many other aspects have been completely renovated in the last 4 years. Storage has been built in throughout the home, including the dramatic library and beverage fridge below the stairs. Primary suite is located downstairs and two bedrooms with a Jack & Jill bathroom are upstairs. Tropical French Quarter-style courtyard has fruit-laden citrus trees. Conveniently located just 2 blocks from Magazine Street and everything in the LGD and Warehouse District.
EXCLUSIONS: Drapes in pink bedroom, all TVs (mounts to remain)
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