What Can $499,000 Get You In Shreveport?

A Charming home built in the 1900's with over 3,593 square feet of beauty with 4 bedrooms and 2 1/2 baths on 0.70 acres.

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You already know about "For the Love of Old Houses" where they highlight some beautiful homes all over America. This listing definitely caught their eye and you'll see why in a minute.

This South Highlands Home Was Moved to Its Address.

This American farmhouse was built by the Noel family in 1900. James S. Noel the benefactor of the LSUS library was born in this home. In 1982 this home was moved to Ockley street where it has taken on a whole new look and life.

Here is what the listing agent Grace Rogers said about the home, "Beautifully renovated historic home on .7 acres in the heart of South Highlands! This home has been meticulously renovated to suit todays preferences while retaining the historic charm of the 1900's. 10ft ceilings, original heart pine floors, detailed original millwork, transoms, gorgeous stained pocket doors, and a finished third floor. Third story is currently a playroom but could be utilized as a 5th bedroom. Tankless hot water heater, whole home dehumidifier, quartz and marble countertops, recessed lighting throughout, beautiful tile work, coffered ceilings, hardwood floors on all 3 levels, custom cabinetry, floor to ceiling bookshelves, custom hidden murphy beds, too much to list! Massive backyard and a 3 car garage with walk-up attic that's perfect for an office. This home has it ALL."

Yup, 627 Ockley Drive is a beauty. Do you want to make this home yours? You can call the listing agent Grace Rogers with Coldwell Banker Gosslee at (318)773-2240. Check out the listing on Realtor.com by clicking here.

Historical Shreveport Home Fully Renovated for Sale

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