New Orleans really has some of the most historic and beautiful homes throughout several of its neighborhoods, from the French Quarter to Garden District as well as Uptown. As a matter of fact, some of the homes you are about to see are actually some of the oldest residences in the city.
The architect Charles Freret designed this stunning residence which features several grand rooms, a chef’s kitchen, a master bedroom suite and a saltwater pool.
Featuring extensive formal spaces, gorgeous mantels and an outrageous courtyard, this extraordinary 7,464 sqft property was designed by Barry Fox.
Built in 1801, this three-story mansion is located near the Lafayette Square. Exposed brick walls, stunning floors and soaring ceilings are some of the details that completely stand out from this residence.
This mansion was recently renovated and features luxurious elements, such a grand staircase, Tiffany fireplaces and original formal chandeliers.
This astonishing 12,635 sqft French Quarter mansion features eight bedrooms and nine and a half bathrooms. It provides sweeping views of the avenue.
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Source: Curbed New Orleans