Historic House Listings

National Register Property. Circa 1905 in Louisiana. $249,500

May 4, 2020

Cute house! Love the porch! This home was built in 1905. It is located in Lake Charles, Louisiana. This home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The home has original hardwood floors, bead board wainscoting, and original trim. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,223 square feet. $249,500

Contact Lydia Holland with RE/MAX ONE: 337-794-7848

From the Zillow listing:


This beautifully restored Victorian home in the Charpentier District can be found on The National Historic Registry. With over 2200 square feet of living area, an extra large living and kitchen area, hardwood flooring and charm and character of years back, this beauty is a must see. Its exterior has been recently re-painted. The home was gutted, re-wired and re-plumbed around 2003. Stainless appliances, slate flooring, high ceilings and the 2 car covered carport in the backyard are just a touch of the amenities this spacious home has to offer. The crown molding and cedar cabinets add the finishing touches we rarely see in newer builds today. The upstairs loft/bonus area are simply lagniappe and allow an awesome guest space with its own bathroom. This property lies in flood zone X where flood insurance is typically not required. Historically preserved homes with modern day conveniences are a rare find. Schedule your showing today.


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