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Beyond But Beautiful c.1897 Louisiana Victorian Home For Sale Reduced to $185K
January 22, 2024
OHU50K Notes $199,900Reduced to $185,000
From the exquisite gingerbread porch and vintage front door to glorious woodwork and hardwood floors, it is hard not to fall in love with this three bedroom, two bath Victorian home for sale on a third of an acre lot. It is located a couple of blocks from the bayou and is about two hours west of New Orleans.
909 First St, Franklin, LA 70538 $199,900 Reduced to $185,000
If interested in a property, please contact the realtor whose link is provided in the post below, or contact an agent of your own choosing. Independent verification of details and status is recommended.
The Picturesque Front Porch with Stunning Wood Detail is a Beautiful Welcoming Feature upon arriving at 909 First Street. Upon entering, you are greeted by original hardwood flooring and more beautiful woodwork on the wainscoting, doors, door casings, etc! While the fireplaces are no longer active, the beauty of the mantles remain in the living room and all bedrooms. This 3 bed, 2 bath home also offers a Spacious Dining Room, Breakfast Nook, Mudroom, Living Room with Bay Window, 2 Bedrooms with Jack & Jill Bathroom set up, Laundry area, Kitchen with Gas Stove, and More! The Exterior also offers a fenced-in yard, shed, a wheelchair ramp, and More! No Flood Insurance Required as the home is located in Flood Zone X! Don’t Wait, Contact Us Today to Schedule Your Private Viewing!
Franklin is known for its rich history and is often referred to as the “Cypress Capital of the World” due to the abundance of cypress trees in the surrounding area. The city has been a center for the cypress lumber industry, and you can still see beautiful examples of Victorian-era homes and buildings throughout the town.
In addition to its historical significance, Franklin offers various recreational activities for residents and visitors. The nearby Atchafalaya River provides opportunities for boating, fishing, and wildlife watching. The city also hosts events and festivals throughout the year, including the Bayou Teche Black Bear Festival and the Harvest Moon Festival.