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Monday, November 11, 2019

Be safe with space heaters [ Local Stories]

The wind will be out of the North 20-35+ mph. Temperatures will fall into the mid 30s to low 40s Tuesday. That means the wind chill will be in the 30s through the day. Button up your overcoat! Scarf and mittens a good idea for the children. Wind chills Tuesday night will be in the 20s and 30s. Wind chills Wednesday morning will be in the teens and 20s.

Morning lows Wednesday will be in the mid 20s on the Northshore. Protect pipes, plants, pets and people. Lows along the Mississippi Coast will be in the mid to upper 20s. The models just updated, and are coming in colder for the Mississippi Coast. Protect pipes, plants, pets and people. Lows Houma to Belle Chasse line will be in the upper 20s to near 30. Protect plants, pets and people. Lows Metro will be near 30 to the mid 30s. Protect tender vegetation, pets and people.

The wind will make it feel colder. The wind does not make it colder for pipes, but the wind removes warm air quickly, allowing air next to pipes to get cold faster. This is more of a concern for exposed pipes.

I like to cover my low plants with pine straw. The pine straw traps heat, but also allows the plant to breath. Plastic should never be used to cover plants. You can put a trash can over some plants. Wrap tall plants with blankets and be sure to protect roots with pine straw or blankets. Remove all coverings when temperature goes above freezing. Plant will be damaged if left covered. If you have fruit trees like satsumas or lemons, you should remove your fruit on the Northshore.

If you use space heaters, make sure they are not anywhere close to curtains, bedding or anything flammable. Many house fires happen because space heaters are not used correctly.

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Wind chills in 30s Tuesday [ Local Stories]

Some rain will move across the area as the cold front moves through. There is some potential for some sleet Southwest Mississippi early Tuesday morning. It will not last long, and is not expected to accumulate. Gale warnings are in affect along the coast 3am through 5pm Tuesday. The wind is really going to blow. Winds will gust 45 knots along the coast. Freeze warning goes into effect 8pm Tuesday and lasts through 8am Wednesday. Lows will range from the mid 20s Northshore to mid low-30s Metro. The wind will make it feel a lot colder.

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Landry-Walker forfeits win against Belle Chasse [ Local Stories]

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Where to Eat in New Orleans on Thanksgiving Day - [Eater New Orleans - All]


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22 New Orleans restaurants where you can have a top-notch meal on Turkey Day

Turkey day is around the corner, the annual belly busting feast of turkey, pumpkin pie and football. If years past have been closer to a Salvador Dali than the iconic Norman Rockwell scene, maybe it’s best to go out. Here’s a list of 21 restaurants, many in hotels, but not all, that will take care of the cooking and the clean up — just make a reservation and chow down.

Prices exclude tax and tip unless specified otherwise, so keep that in mind.

If you really want to stay home watching the Saints play the Falcons, you can still have turkey dinner. Willa Jean, Cochon Butcher and La Boulangerie all offer soup to nuts Thanksgiving to go. Or try a pecan smoked bird or breast with a menu of sides from Blue Oak Barbecue, from giblet gravy (best $7 you’ll ever spend) to shrimp and andouillie dressing.


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Pontchartrain Elementary holds special program to honor veterans [ Local Stories]

On the Northshore Monday, it was a very special Veterans Day program at Pontchartrain Elementary School.



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New Orleans freeze plan to activate Tuesday, shelters will open [ Local Stories]

The city of New Orleans will activate its freeze plan from 8 a.m. Tuesday until 11 a.m. Wednesday ahead of dropping temperatures.



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Look Inside Junior’s, Lakeview’s New Modern American Restaurant With Hyperlocal Ambitions - [Eater New Orleans - All]


Inside Junior’s on Harrison, now open | Josh Brasted/Eater NOLA

Atchafalaya’s former head chef Jacob Cureton is in the kitchen at Junior’s on Harrison, open today

A Baton Rouge-based restaurateur team opened Junior’s on Harrison, a family-friendly, modern American restaurant in the former Cava location in Lakeview, today, October 11. Nick Hufft and Lon Marchand, New Orleans locals that run two eateries and a mobile creamery in Baton Rouge, snagged Jacob Cureton as head chef, who most recently ran the kitchen at local brunch favorite Atchafalaya.

Hufft and Marchand bill Junior’s as a “strangely familiar neighborhood joint” serving starters like a weekly rotating fish ceviche; head-on Gulf shrimp roasted in a Calabrian chile butter; and steamed buns with rock shrimp, bulgogi pork, or Szechuan chicken as fillings, ranging between $6 and $16. Mains like an “elevated” country fried rib, steak frites, and rock shrimp tacos are all under $20. Diners can also expect daily specials, weekly themed menus, and pop-ups, as well as a bar program from Tim Webb, most recently behind the bar at acclaimed Uptown restaurant DTB (Down the Bayou).

Designed by Hufft and Marchand with local architecture firm Studio Cicada, the renovation of the former Cava space was fairly extensive, resulting in a light-filled, landscaped interior. A huge whicker light fixture hangs over the open lunch counter at the entrance, leading to a dining room with natural woods, blue and grey leathers, marble touches, and greenery.

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The dining room at Junior’s on Harrison
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The lunch counter at Junior’s

The upstairs bar has a darker, nighttime vibe (it’s 21 and over after 4 p.m.) with communal high tops, vintage amplifiers and speakers, and high-backed leather stools in front of a bar made with handmade tiles. The 110-seat restaurant also offers patio dining, with an expansive terrace.

As of today, Junior’s is open daily for lunch at 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and for dinner 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. There are plans for an eventual boozie biscuit brunch on Sundays and a happy hour.

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Junior’s bar director Tim Webb, left, and head chef, Jacob Cureton, right

Do you have a hot restaurant tip? Noticed a spot in your neighborhood opening or closing? Leave a comment or send an email.

Looking for restaurant recs or a place to chat about favorite restaurants? Join Eater NOLA’s Facebook group.


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Works starts on Jefferson Parish landfill, residents skeptical [ Local Stories]

Works starts on Jefferson Parish landfill, residents skeptical



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Here’s what to expect at this weekend’s Weird Homes Tour in New Orleans - [Curbed New Orleans - All]


The former home of photographer Ernest J. Bellocq is on the tour. | Photo by Thanin Viriyaki

Abodes ranging from a former jail to a 171-square-foot tiny house

Launched in 2014, Weird Homes Tour has franchises in Austin, Portland, Houston, Detroit, and San Francisco. This weekend, it’s preparing to wow audiences across New Orleans. On Saturday, November 16 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., the tour will showcase 10 unconventional homes citywide.

“When you enter one of our homes you will feel like Alice passing through the looking glass into a new world, said cofounder David Neff in a press statement. “You become enveloped in a place with different rules, different truths.”

Ten percent of ticket sale revenue benefits HousingNOLA, an affordable housing initiative. For more information on tickets, which starts at $30, visit the Tour’s official website.

Here’s a sneak peek at the homes open this weekend.

Solar-Powered Studio

Artist Nicole Charbonnet shares her 7,000 square foot Irish Channel home and art studio with her dogs, pig, and chickens. The solar-powered space includes water cisterns and a vegetable garden. “I have a huge space, but my bedroom and kitchen are tiny in order to maximize the working space,” Charbonnet said. “I wouldn’t call it weird. It is just different.”

 Photo courtesy Jonathan Evans and Mike Yoder

The Secret Wardrobe

Ever fantasize about a secret passage tucked inside a wardrobe? You’ll find exactly that in Todd Perley’s home.

 Photo courtesy Jonathan Evans and Mike Yoder

House of Quirk and Glass

Artists Sarah Smith and Jeremy Ballard showcase their work alongside vintage finds.

 Photo courtesy Jonathan Evans and Mike Yoder

The Last Madam

Built in 1911, this French Quarter abode is the childhood home to Ernest J. Bellocq and was later owned by famous madame Norma Wallace.

 Photo by Thanin Viriyaki

The Salvaged Home

Owners Shena and George used reclaimed wood from a neighboring Masonic Lodge to restore their once termite-ridden home.

 Photo courtesy Jonathan Evans and Mike Yoder

Inn at the Old Jail

Liz and Raul Canache’s home in a circa-1902 Queen Anne police station and jail preserves many of its original touches.

 Photo by Thanin Viriyaki

The Museum of Bad Taste

“I look for something that makes me laugh,” said Sam Mulvaney, who decorates his French Quarter apartment with kitschy vintage finds. “The uglier, the more hideous, the better.”

 Photo by Thanin Viriyaki

The Gallery of Good Taste

French artist Isabelle Jacopin shares her home studio’s balcony with the Museum of Bad Taste. Her art-lined home is nicknamed The Gallery of Good Taste.

 Photo by Thanin Viriyaki

Algiers Art Adventure

This Algiers Point home owned by art dealer Mario Madero and his wife Emily also houses an impressive collection.

 Photo courtesy Jonathan Evans and Mike Yoder

Tiniest Home in New Orleans

Formerly a homeless New Orleanian, Michael Burnside hopes the 176-square-foot home he built himself will help inspire others to live more minimally. “A small house means small cleaning, small maintenance, and a small impact on the neighborhood,” Burnside stated in a press release.

 Photo courtesy Jonathan Evans and Mike Yoder

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Night Out at NOEH [ Local Stories]

New Orleans East Hospital is celebrating five years with its Night Out event where families can get their flu shots, health resources and learn more about job opportunities.



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The death of Jessica Easterly Durning, 43, is still under investigation, the New Orleans Coroner's Office said. [ Local Stories]

The death of Jessica Easterly During, 43, is still under investigation, the New Orleans Coroner's Office said.



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The 19th-century sidehall shotgun in the Lower Garden District asks $499K - [Curbed New Orleans - All]


Exterior of a home with floor to ceiling windows and a porch behind shrubs and an iron fence

Hand-carved moldings, crystal chandeliers, and so much more

Anyone who follows the New Orleans real estate market knows that $499,000 is a steal for a meticulously preserved, circa-1851 Italianate side hall shotgun in the Lower Garden District—and listing agent Jonathan Maki knows that, too. “It’s worth more” he said in an emailed statement.

Both the home’s listing price and the process are a little unusual, and both are designed for efficiency. “We are planning on doing two broker tours (Tuesday and Wednesday) the week of November 17, and then open houses on November 23 and 24,” Maki said. “Then my seller would like a few days to review all offers.”

Located at 2027 Coliseum behind Trinity Church, the 1,750-square-foot abode sits on the former site of the Livaudais plantation, on a lot that’s two blocks from St. Charles Avenue and three blocks from Magazine Street’s cafes, bars, and shops.

The side hall belts a corridor of rooms that includes a double parlor in the very front, where a crystal chandelier, brackets and trim, coved plaster moldings, decorative arches, and heart pine floors preserve its 19th-century charm. Next comes the master bedroom suite, which includes 12-foot ceilings, transoms, and a fireplace.

A den and modern kitchen with stainless-steel appliances, a modern light fixture, and tile backsplash sits behind that, and another bedroom with an ensuite bath is tucked in the rear. Out back, find a deck and raised, landscaped flower beds.

Interested parties may contact Jonathan Maki at 504-982-1115 or JonathanMaki.Realtor@gmail.com.

Double parlor with crystal chandelier and antique dining table

Kitchen with white upper cabinets, brown lower cabinets, stainless steel appliances and a tile backsplash
Bedroom with white walls, transoms, fireplace and wood floors
Bathroom with glass enclosure shower, rainfall shower head, vessel sink and white tile

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Margaret's Weather Picture for November 11, 2019 [ Local Stories]

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WDSU Baby of the Day for November 11, 2019 [ Local Stories]

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Freezing temperatures on the way to southeast Louisiana [ Local Stories]

Don't be fooled by Monday's highs in the 70s, a blast of cold air is on the way and will bring freezing temperatures for many areas by Wednesday.



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Louisiana seeing more foster care children adopted [ Local Stories]

Louisiana's social services agency says 893 children in foster care were adopted over the last year.



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New Orleans gets mapping program, grant to fight opioids [ Local Stories]

The district attorney for New Orleans has launched two new initiatives to reduce opioid related deaths.



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Videocast: Arctic blast, prepare for freeze this week [ Local Stories]

Daytime wind chills will be in the 20s and 30s for all Tuesday. Low temperatures Wednesday morning are forecast to fall below freezing North of the Lake.



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Sunday, November 10, 2019

Tailgating on Saints Sunday [ Local Stories]

Fans were pumped ahead of the game against the Atlanta Falcon while tailgating in true Who Dat fashion.



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Cold front Monday, very cold Tuesday and Wednesday [ Local Stories]

It's going to be a dramatic weather pattern shift over 24 hours for Monday into Tuesday.



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SHOCKING UPSET: Falcons beat Saints 26-9 [ Local Stories]

Drew Brees sacked 5 times, NOLA now 7-2 overall

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NOPD investigating double shooting in Michoud area [ Local Stories]

Officials said two male victims arrived at a local hospital with gunshot wounds.



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New airport swamped by long security lines Sunday [ Local Stories]

First peak travel day since new terminal opened



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Saturday, November 9, 2019

RTA transit available on Basin Street Nov. 10 [ Local Stories]

Officials say Duncan Plaza will be split into 3 stops.



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Lakeview celebrates annual Veterans' Day Parade [ Local Stories]

Lakeview puts on its annual Veterans' Day Parade.



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Nice for Saints, freezing temps next week [ Local Stories]

Beautiful weather continues for Sunday ahead of the Saints game in the Superdome.



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Education town hall held in New Orleans Saturday [ Local Stories]

Step Up Louisiana, Erase the Board Coalition hosts event



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Plans for a child-friendly New Orleans [ Local Stories]

Mayor's Office of Youth and Families hosts event, discusses infrastructure



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STEM NOLA teaches kids about complex structures [ Local Stories]

Children learned more about Hard Rock construction collapse in Saturday's event



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1811 German Coast Uprising reenactment in New Orleans [ Local Stories]

Hundreds gather to remember largest slave rebellion in American History



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Tigers lead Tide 33-13 at halftime [ Local Stories]

The No.2 ranked LSU Tigers lead the No. 3 Alabama Crimson Tide 33-13 at halftime.



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Oil spill money for bird rookery off Louisiana coast [ Local Stories]

Nearly $10 million in 2010 oil spill money is rebuilding a barrier island bird rookery off Louisiana.



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A sunny and cool LSU Saturday [ Local Stories]

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LSU facing rival Crimson Tide in highly anticipated matchup [ Local Stories]

The LSU Tigers are on top of the AP rankings going into one of the most anticipated matchups of the season against the No. 2 Alabama Crimson Tide.



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Saints Head Coach Sean Payton Engaged [ Local Stories]

Sean Payton gets engaged to long time girlfriend



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Friday, November 8, 2019

Mostly sunny Sunday [ Local Stories]

Rain chances go up Monday night as a strong cold front moves through early Tuesday morning. The wind is going to blow. Winds gusts over 40 mph possible. Gale warnings may be posted. Temperatures are going to drop. Highs will be early Tuesday with temperatures falling into the 40s during the day. Cloudy skies, windy conditions and some rain will make it an unpleasant day. Much colder weather is forecast Wednesday morning. Lows will drop below freezing on the Northshore into the upper 20s to low 30s. Freeze warnings or hard freeze warnings are possible. Lows on the South Shore will be in the mid to upper 30s. Highs will be near 50. An area of low pressure may develop in the Gulf and move Northeast offshore from our coast, but will increase our rain chances again on Thursday.

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Candidates for Louisiana governor visit New Orleans [ Local Stories]

Edwards, Rispone pushing for votes with one week left in campaigns



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Coat tonight [ Local Stories]

The weather changes Monday. Wind becomes southeast sending in warm moist air. Some rain possible Monday, but likely Monday night as a strong cold front moves through. The wind is going to blow Early Tuesday through the day and into Wednesday. Gale warnings may be necessary. Winds forecast to gust to 43 mph in Metro early Tuesday. Cloudy and windy with some lingering rain Tuesday. Temperatures stay in the 40s. The wind will make it feel colder. Hard freeze possible on the Northshore. Stay weather aware with this system. Morning lows forecast in the upper 20s to mid 30s. Highs near 50.

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One of America's oldest veterans lives in New Orleans [ Local Stories]

Ahead of Veterans Day, Lawrence Brooks shared some words of encouragement for those currently serving.



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Mayor Cantrell asking voters to approve ballot initiatives for infrastructure [ Local Stories]

Mayor LaToya Cantrell is making a strong push to get as much money as possible for needs in the city.



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Gov. Edwards wagers LSU-Alabama game bet against Gov. Kay Ivey [ Local Stories]

Gov. John Bel Edwards challenged Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey to a little competition of their own.



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Belle Chasse Animal Shelter closing for good, needs public's help [ Local Stories]

PAWS is asking the community to adopt the animals, or donate so they can be moved to nearby shelters.



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Man, juvenile in stolen car crash into Terrytown home during police pursuit [ Local Stories]

A man and a juvenile in a stolen vehicle crashed into a Terrytown home Friday after a police pursuit with a Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office deputy, according to the sheriff's report.



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Former state Sen. Wesley Bishop federally charged with making false statement [ Local Stories]

According to the bill of information, Bishop knowingly and willfully made a false statement to the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development.



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Guinness World Record holder on mission to sing national anthem in 80 different countries [ Local Stories]

Capri Everitt, 15, is on a mission to help other kids, spanning 80 countries.



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Increased security at Bryant-Denny ahead of presidential visit, LSU-Alabama game [ Local Stories]

The city of Tuscaloosa is preparing for a huge weekend! A visit from President Donald Trump and a showdown between the two top-ranked teams in college football will have Tuscaloosa buzzin'.



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Group to host yoga block party [ Local Stories]

Domineaux Yoga stops by to tell us about its 100 Man Yoga Block Party.



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Uber responds to price surges at new MSY terminal [ Local Stories]

Some Uber ride prices Thursday night leaving the airport were as high as $100.



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Mandeville 13-year-old arrested on suspicion of bringing gun to school [ Local Stories]

The school's resource officer took the gun from the seventh grader, police said.



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3 indicted in Covington woman's heroin overdose [ Local Stories]

District Attorney Warren Montgomery said those indicted were Christopher Hickman, 30, of Bogalusa, and Raymond Magee, 40, of Franklinton.



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Here’s what $145K buys around New Orleans now - [Curbed New Orleans - All]


Homes in Hollygrove, Algiers, St. Roch, the Garden District, and more

Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent or buy for a set dollar amount in various New Orleans neighborhoods. Today’s price: $145,000 (or thereabouts). Vote for your favorite below.

Coming in slightly under budget at $140,000, this trim, cheery three-bedroom, one-and-a-half bedroom cottage sits on a fenced lot in St. Roch. The interior feels stylish and airy thanks to large windows and wooden floors. There’s also a brick fireplace, backyard, and storage shed. All in all, it covers 1,800 square feet.

There’s almost always a unit or two for sale in this monolithic building near the intersection of St. Charles Avenue the I-10 overpass, but not all of them are as bright and stylish as this studio, with its Murphy bed and kitchenette. The bare-bones price tag of $135,000 includes top-of-the-line amenities, such as a gym, pool, and 24-hour security. Pay an extra $3,500 and you’ll get to keep the furnishings.

Located on the West Bank in Algiers, this three-bedroom, two-bathroom home was renovated in 2019. The updated kitchen boasts a backsplash and stainless-steel appliances, and vinyl faux wood floor is present throughout the 1,469-square-foot abode. There’s also a massive backyard, and the asking price is $145,900.

Here’s a one-bedroom, one-and-a-half bathroom with distinctly tropical vibes, thanks to its palm trees, courtyard pool, and rooftop deck with marina views. The 767-square-foot abode is petite yet luxe, counting granite countertops, walk-in closets, and an ensuite bathroom among its highlights. The asking price is $139,000.

At $155,000, this Hollygrove home comes in slightly over budget (but still in the ballpark). It has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a very on-trend renovation with touches that include quartz counters and wood floors. Each bedroom has its own ensuite bath, and screened porches and a large yard extend the home’s 840 square feet of living area.


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