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5759 Dauphine Street
New Orleans, LA 70117
Charming Side hall/shotgun home in the historic Holy Cross Neighborhood. This 3 bed \ 2 full bath home features original wood flooring, new kitchen and roof in 2021, and many recent updates to enhance the classic features of the area. The over sized 54 x 110 lot offers room for plenty of off street parking, parking for boats/rv's, or space to potentially build a large detached garage.
Listing courtesy of GSREIN / 1% Lists Greater New Orleans
Last updated Jan 18, 2022
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MLS# 2328778 —
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From St. Claude, South on Charbonnet, left on Dauphone
Alabo and Charbonnet
Property SubType Additional:
Detached, Single Family Residence
Repairs Cosmetic, Very Good Condition, Resale
City Lot, Rectangular Lot
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SQ 220 LOT 15 PT 16 DAUPHINE 54 X 110 SGLE/FR 8/RMS C/R
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Heating & Cooling
Central Air, 1 Unit
Off Street, Three or more Spaces
Edna Karr High School
Alice M. Harte Elementary School
Mcdonough 35 Senior High School
Warren Easton High School
Benjamin Franklin High School
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