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Thursday, November 7, 2019

For $449K, a renovated shotgun double in the Irish Channel offers rental income and plenty of privacy - [Curbed New Orleans - All]

Each side has its own deck and fenced backyard

It’s no secret that we have a soft spot for double shotguns here at Curbed NOLA. A stunning example of New Orleans vernacular architecture that ups housing density while providing rental income to the owner? Yes, please!

This Irish Channel double shotgun was renovated in 2019 and unlike most doubles, it doesn’t have a bare-bones renter’s side and a much more posh owner’s unit. Each two-bedroom, one-and-a-half bathroom side of the double is decked out with marble counters, subway tile, and wooden floors. It’s hard to pick a favorite.

Each side is approximately 800 square feet and has an open living area and kitchen in the front. There, highlights include exposed brick fireplaces and tile backsplashes. The bedrooms sit toward the rear, and the masters each boast French doors that open to a snug deck. Notably, the decks aren’t shared, and neither is the postage stamp-shaped backyard. A wooden fence divides the two backyards, because everyone knows good fences make good neighbors.

The cute little double sits a block from Tchoupitoulas Street and catty-corner to a Walmart Supercenter, which means never having to worry about running out of almond milk.

The asking price is $449,000.

Via: Cindy Dunn of Keller Williams Realty

Living room with window overlooking street and a brick fireplace, all in soothing gray tones, plus a bar cart
Kitchen with marble-topped island, stainless steel appliances and wood floors, plus a framed painting of a horse face
Bathroom with subway tile and clawfoot tub
Bedroom with French doors opening to deck
Deck with cushioned wicker furniture, small yard, and flowering tree

Source: Curbed New Orleans - All

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