Fill ‘er Up! New Orleans Gas Station Turned One-of-a-Kind Home Guaranteed to Rev Your Engine
Take a Peek Inside
3300 Dumaine Street, New Orleans, Louisiana
These days, the large portico that once protected customers from the rain serves as an oversize patio cover.
The home’s airy foyer serves as a fuss-free dining room. In the corner stands a vintage 1930s clock-faced gas pump.
Open Floor Plan
From the steel-reinforced timber trusses holding up the roof to the walls of exposed brick, nothing in this unique house is hidden from view.
Non-Traditional Living Space
In the living room, mis-matched furniture (including a wooden porch swing!) is assembled into a casual conversation cluster for a decidedly avant garde look.
In keeping with the studio vibe, a bed is located just steps from the living room and kitchen area.
A large, top-of-the-line kitchen makes entertaining a breeze.
A soaring mosaic wall in the ground-floor guest bathroom features a giant Gulf Oil logo.
The second-floor bedroom enjoys a little more privacy that the one downstairs, plus the rear fender of a vintage car mounted above the bed!