Historic ‘Frank Jeanmard Home’ built in 1910 in Elmhurst Park subdivision

The Frank Jeanmard House commands the corner of Dunreath and Brashear on five lots in Elmhurst Park.

On the market for $435,000, the home is located at 202 Dunreath St. This historic home has three bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms in 2,324 square feet.

The Frank Jeanmard House commands the corner of Dunreath and Brashear on five lots in Elmhurst Park. On the market for $435,000, this historic home has three bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms in 2,324 square feet.

Built in 1910, this historic house has been maintained through the decades. The original stylings, quality and grandeur have been preserved as the first owner intended.

All the accents — from the windows, the millwork, doors and transoms — were all custom designed for this home over 100 years ago. Guillot, the mason who laid the bricks for the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist in downtown Lafayette, also laid the bricks for the four fireplaces in this home.

The Frank Jeanmard House commands the corner of Dunreath and Brashear on five lots in Elmhurst Park. On the market for $435,000, this historic home has three bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms in 2,324 square feet.

The exterior of the home has two front porches, a screened-in back porch, custom accents on the windows and screened doors surrounded by various side yards.

The home has 11-foot ceilings and has an innate flow from room to room.

The Frank Jeanmard House commands the corner of Dunreath and Brashear on five lots in Elmhurst Park. On the market for $435,000, this historic home has three bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms in 2,324 square feet.

The large kitchen with lots of natural light still has its original sink. The room offers generous storage and a place for a dining table or breakfast bar.

There are multiple large living spaces for entertaining, including formal and informal living or dining areas.

The Frank Jeanmard House commands the corner of Dunreath and Brashear on five lots in Elmhurst Park. On the market for $435,000, this historic home has three bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms in 2,324 square feet.

The three bedrooms are spacious with hardwood floors. One of the bedrooms has an additional sleeping porch that looks out to the spacious yard and leads to one of the front porches.

Behind the home is a one-car carport with an attached storage room.

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