1525 sq. ft
2 full baths - 1 half
Built in 1815 - fully renovated
Realtor - HARRY VARNADORE
THE DOORS !
I can't get enough of these homes - so I'm going to show you another one this same realtor has listed !!!
This one will transport you to another time with it's beautiful architectural details !
4 beds -
4 full baths - 1 half
4400 square feet
150 years old
Realtor HARRY VARNADORE
I want to have a cocktail party in this room !!!
Twin fireplaces !
Guest House apartment !
Court yard - this has amazing potential !
I really feel like posting another one - but I'm afraid it'll be overkill - so I think we may just be returning to New Orleans again next week !
Unless I win the lottery - then I'll be down there myself purchasing one of these :)
Have a great Wednesday everyone - it's half over
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JOIN ME AT THESE FABULOUS PARTIES !
FRENCH COUNTRY COTTAGE MY TURN FOR US
MY ROMANTIC HOME BETWEEN NAPS ON THE PORCH
SAVVY SOUTHERN STYLE BEYOND THE PICKET FENCE
IVY & ELEPHANTS
I love New Orleans, but I don't think I would want to live in the French Quarter. There would always be so many tourists peeking into the house and/or garden.ReplyDelete
But, if anyone gave me a house in the French Quarter, I would jump at it!
Thank you for sharing these homes. New Orleans is one of my top five favorite cities, and I'd LOVE to have a gorgeous French Quarter home there!ReplyDelete
I really like the exposed brick in the first one. Second one feels a little dark to me...ReplyDelete
Oh Suzan what magnificent homes!! Wowzers! What fun to live there! Thank you!ReplyDelete
I really love the transoms above the windows and doors in both houses... I wanted transoms above my bedroom and office door... But after checking with Budget, that won't be possible !ReplyDelete
Call me if you get one of those places so I can come visit, okay? xo DianaReplyDelete
Just beautiful both of these. I am only about a million short to buy one sigh..... Ahhhh love those floors in the second one. Oh la la they are so full of character.ReplyDelete
We're only 2 and a half hours away from NO, so we go over quite a bit. I like to try to see in the windows of some of these homes, but it's difficult since they are so hidden away. Glad to see your photos of the interiors. Be-Utiful.ReplyDelete
Ive seen so many great homes in NOLA . Great to see inside these. When we were in the French Quarter we were lucky to get a peek inside a old building being rebuilt. Lovely details.ReplyDelete
I want to have a party in one of these - with Jazz music playing in the background and wine glasses clinking and lots of laughter - that's how much I love them - I've envisioned an entire evening LOL !!!Delete
Oh, with your lotto winnings please buy me the first one and I'll pay you back someday. Really, at first I thought I would want to just die with my arms around the sub-zero or whatever it is, then changed my mind to just live in the tub/shower area. Only thing that bothered me was what were they thinking with the cheap coverlets on the bed? Have they not heard of staging?ReplyDelete
Love how they show some of the old walls, beams and fireplaces, like that little one in the corner by the the door in the guest house...So very cute!!! I love San Diego and that's where I want to buy a place, but, just have to find some money Baaahahahaha!!!
Have a great weekend!!!
thank you for the tour of the fabulous New Orleans houses. As a Louisiana native, I've always adored New Orleans & visit every chance I get! *happy sigh* Love it!
Thank YOU for touring it with me - it's a beauty - and I'm happy sighing right along with you !Delete
We'll pack our bags today :) We LOVE New Orleans....the city is grand and the architecture is DEVINE!!! Thanks for sharing that....we needed that today as well ~ more snow and kids are once again home from school lol! Also wanted to say that we loved your fireplace story as well....got some good laughs out of that one ~ AND we are so glad that it worked so he couldn't say "I told you so!!"ReplyDelete
Enjoy the rest of your week!!
Karla & Karrie
Wow, I loved the tour. These homes are truly beautiful and gracious. I love all the intricate iron work and architectural elements. My favorite is the one with all the open floor to ceiling doors.ReplyDelete