Joan Beduze ¦ Keller Williams Realty Acadiana ¦ 337-735-9300
About This 1930 Historic House For Sale In New Iberia Louisiana
Welcome to 504 East Main Street; the epitome of Southern charm. Nestled beneath a bevy of beautiful oaks, this lovely home continues to reflect the ageless style of a bygone era. Built in 1930; the home retains most of its original materials and details, which showcase the level of craftsmanship that existed at that time. It’s located close by The Shadows on the Teche, The Weeks House, Steamboat House, and many other local Historic Homes lining Main Street.
The spacious and inviting front porch is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the view, and it spans the entire front of the home. The Living & Dining rooms are open to each other and their lovely chandeliers remain. On the other side is the parlor or den, with its built-in bench seating below the side windows. The Master Bedroom and the half bath are located downstairs, with the other four bedrooms and two full baths upstairs, along with a “sleeping porch” in the rear, with its walls of windows overlooking the rear yard.
The Kitchen; located in the rear of the home, has plenty of cabinets and storage, and a cozy breakfast nook near the side door. Just off the Kitchen, is the comfortable Family room, with lots of natural light, and a pair of French doors leading to the back patio & carport. There are a total of five fireplaces; some of which originally burned coal, and now with gas, and gas logs. The magnificent doors will immediately catch your attention with their intricate panel details, as well as the wood trim seen throughout the home.
Another unique feature, are the stained-glass windows which can be found all across the front and some sides of the house. These were all handcrafted in France, and have been painstakingly re-leaded over time. The flow of the floor plan is perfect for entertaining, and this property would also lend itself to being the perfect Bed and Breakfast or Venue. Schedule your private showing today, and take a walk through history under the moss-draped oaks.