This shotgun home with a spacious side gallery marries a restored historic structure with a modern addition to the back.
Tall ceilings, original wood floors, fireplaces, plaster medallions and a still-functioning pair of huge pocket doors all come together to transport visitors to another time.
Built after the great fire of 1895, this beautiful double-shotgun in Algiers Point is adorned with hand-carved millwork, beautiful wood flooring and original solid wood doors.
With a “happy mix of glamour and comfort, whimsy and utility,” Catherine Makk’s charming Victorian home boasts 12-foot ceilings, original egg-and-dart moldings and period medallions and woodwork.
This delightful sidehall shotgun is filled with bold artwork, bright paint colors, architectural salvage, and natural light.
This year’s bonus house for the Shotgun House Tour is a raised centerhall cottage boasting a spacious porch and an impressive art collection.
With soaring ceilings, wood floors, and original millwork, this shotgun was love-at-first-sight with its homeowner.
This renovated shotgun double with a brightly-painted exterior still functions as two independent units.
Linda Burns is the fifth generation in her family to have lived in the 1300 block of North Rendon Street.
When John Miller purchased the beautiful 1890s three-bay side-hall shotgun at 3356 Esplanade Ave. in 2008, it needed a full renovation.