All of the historical elements you expect from an Algiers Point home are here, from hardwood floors to 7 (seven!) decorative fireplaces to 12-foot ceilings PLUS rare 2-car off-street parking! The original parlors have been opened up to provide a stunning living room with a center double-sided fireplace with mantels and a brick accent wall. Filled with natural light from the windows and transoms, the possibilities are limitless for how you want to design and use the space.
Through original pocket doors, you’ll enter the kitchen that is the perfect combination of old and new. The brick accent wall above the decorative fireplace provides great visual interest, while the custom center island, updated glass-front cabinets, and quarts counters give you the working space you need, including an extra long prep space. Recessed and pendant lighting brings additional light to an already charming spot.
Attached to the kitchen is a sunny breakfast/dining area that’s big enough for a long table and chairs, while the island provides room to add a couple of bar stools for casual dining.
Fully equipped, the sale includes the refrigerator, a gas range/oven, dishwasher, microwave, and washer + dryer.
With 3 sizeable bedrooms and 3 full baths, you won’t be short on private spaces here. The primary bedroom has an en suite bath that adds a modern take to a historic room, with dual sink vanity, a separate walk-in shower, and a soaking tub. The third bedroom is currently being used as an office and has spectacular wood ceiling accents, built-in bookcases for storage and display, and an attached full bath.
In a neighborhood filled with great front porches, you’ll be part of the gang here. Outdoor ceiling fans provide a breeze on even the hottest of summer evenings, and the white picket fence provides that Mayberry feel that everyone talks about.
A fenced backyard sits under the shade of a mature oak tree and a side porch gives yet another place to enjoy the outdoors.
Algiers Point is the second oldest neighborhood in New Orleans, filled with historic architecture and a small-town feel. 437 Vallette sits in the middle of it all, close to neighborhood restaurants, pubs, churches, a market, coffee shops, and more. The Canal Street ferry is 8 blocks away for those days you want to zip over to downtown New Orleans or the French Quarter without the hassle of driving and parking!
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