6 stunning homes in New Orleans
French Quarter. This recently gut-renovated two-bedroom condo on Bourbon Street retains the original stained glass and pine floors. Built in 1939, the home features custom metal sliding doors, walls paneled with 200-year-old reclaimed wood, and upgraded appliances.
The furnishings are included, and some of the artwork is negotiable. $849,000. Gino Loiacono, Dorian Bennett/Sotheby's International Realty, (504) 338-4466.
French Quarter. Built in 1849, this townhouse has a commercial space on the ground floor and three stories of living space The renovated four-bedroom main home features original millwork, Miele kitchen appliances, formal entertaining rooms, and a modern, tube-shaped elevator.
The property includes a slate courtyard, a former slave quarters with three floors of residential space, and a balcony with views of downtown, the French Quarter, and St. Louis Cathedral. $3,900,000. Michael Wilkinson, French Quarter Realty, (504) 491-0484.
Garden District. Currently a bed-and-breakfast, this 15-bedroom property is alleged to be haunted by ghosts. The 1858 Greek Revival house, known as Magnolia Mansion, retains the original woodwork, carved mantels, and two large parlors.
The exterior includes two verandas, three courtyards, and balconies with ornate railings. $5,475,000. Anthony Posey, Anthony Posey Properties, (504) 382-4425.
Uptown. Built in the mid-1800s, this property was once owned by novelist Anne Rice and was also formerly a girls' school. The three-bedroom, five-bathroom unit for sale has 16 floor-to-ceiling stained-glass windows, a theater, and 24-foot ceilings.
Outside, there's a pool-and-patio area shared by residents of the 28-unit building. $4,400,000. Bart Gillis, Keller Williams Realty New Orleans, (504) 915-1961.
Holy Cross. This 1917 Arts and Crafts–style home has been recently restored and covered in reclaimed heart of pine from floor to ceiling. The three-bedroom house features a front porch, a double- walled fireplace, a claw-foot tub, a custom kitchen island, and a walk-in closet.
The property includes a fenced backyard. $339,000. Rose Clouse, Clouse Realty, (504) 427-3899.
Marigny. This two-story, one-bedroom townhouse has painted brick walls, wood floors, and an updated kitchen. French doors open from the bedroom to a balcony upstairs.
There's a fenced garden area outside with a small pool. $339,000. Ernesto Caldeira, Dorian Bennett/Sotheby's International Realty, (504) 450-8991.
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