House of the week: Victorian cottage on Webster Street

When I first started posting these homes, I compromised my dreams and tried to limit my search parameters to something affordable. But I got to thinking, why should I limit my dreams? Why shouldn’t I dream big? I figure that maybe if I strive for something absolutely spectacular, I won’t be so disappointed when I end up with something nice. On that note…

I found yet another perfect house that has so many incredible pluses, I’m not sure where to start. Located on Webster Street Uptown is this stunning, renovated Victorian cottage built circa 1910 featuring three bedrooms, two bathrooms, 11 foot ceilings and gorgeous hardwood floors. It also sports a “gourmet” kitchen replete with stainless steel appliances, 6-range oven and a center island with granite counter tops. There are transom windows above all the doors and windows, French doors leading from the master bedroom to the back deck, a claw foot tub, custom walk-in his & her closets and a really, cute backyard.

Two huge bonus features are all about location. First, this elegant, wonderful house is only three blocks from Audubon Park & Zoo which would make Pippin (my adorable shih-tzu) one very happy puppy.  Second, and possibly my “raison d’etre”, the house is located mere steps from Restaurant Patois…and y’all know how much I adore Mr. Burgau.

This dream abode is listed at only $499,000…but who’s counting?

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