Well we're back in New Orleans this week - I can't seem to stay away for too long !
Breathtaking Historic French Quarter Estate c.1803 gorgeously & extensively renovated within a block from world famous Royal & Bourbon Streets across from the Marigny with gated parking. Sold FURNISHED with Timeless Antiques. 5 separate apts in the back for guests, domestic help or rental income. Grand foyer, soaring ceilings, medallions, crown molding, chandeliers, courtyard, cabana, exquisite MBr & bath are just some of the amenities of this 1-of-a-kind beauty. Beautiful balcony overlooking Esplanade.
New Orleans - French Quarter
Built in 1803 - now that's a home with history - and it's sold furnished - WOW - I'd die for some of those pieces
5805 sq. feet
These must be the apartments in the back - LOVE the brick walls !
From the other New Orleans homes I've shown in the past this one seems to be a steal - especially with all the potential renting revenue here - Oh I most definitely WANNA live in this beauty !!!
I can just see strings of light strung across the patio - music playing - talk about " laissez les bons temps rouler " !!!
All info and images sourced from ZILLOW
Have a wonderful day everyone !
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JOIN ME AT THESE FABULOUS PARTIES !
HAVE A DAILY CUP OF MRS. OLSON THE UPTOWN ACORN
BETWEEN NAPS ON THE PORCH
MY UNCOMMON SLICE OF SUBURBIA
Can I rent a room from you... that is, if you score this beautiful, elegant home! In our dreams, right? Thanks for sharing it! :) ~RhondaReplyDelete
Fun post and I loved the New Orleans house tour. I grew up there and it brough back lots of memories!ReplyDelete
Wow. I can't imagine living in such a place. It's beautiful!ReplyDelete
Almost too good to be true! I wonder if it would turn out like the Money Pit house, banisters fall off, tub goes through floor, etc, etc. Right now I wish I knew a 2nd language so I could swear in it and my neighbours wouldn't know what I was saying! Perhaps you could do it for me? 😉. Starting to get really fed up with everything. xo PattyReplyDelete
Beautiful home both inside and out and that furniture............Absolutely Gorgeous. Wish I had some of them furniture pieces.ReplyDelete
In that kitchen area by the brick wall, I wonder when that shelf was added and is that a shower there in the kitchen area? Thought it was a pantry area at first until you see the door open and looks like a shower in there.
That back deck area; what a great place to hold some nice parties / family gatherings.
Yes, I could certainly live in that house with no problem......except for the $$$$$$$$$$$$$$ but a gal can dream. Ok, someone slap me to wake me up from this dream I'm having.
Yes. I'll take it!ReplyDelete
OH that one bed....amazing : )ReplyDelete
Mon Dieu! Laissez les bontemps rouler!! C'est Tres Jolie, Suzan! Let's go in on it together and use it for a vacay house for crazy Mardi Gras, n'est-ce pas? D'acord? Maybe a bunch of friends could go in together and we could afford it. That is what I think every time you show us a gorgeous home! I try to scheme a way to afford them? Ha!ReplyDelete
Evan and your daughter are so cute in the last pic you showed of them. Evan is so alert! Wow, he's gonna be a whiz kid!
xoxoxo, Aur revoir, Cherie!
Laura, et al
I know Laura - the thought has crossed my mind to get a ton of people in on the deal and have a blog conference in New Orleans LOL !!!Delete
Have a bon weekend as they say in Montreal !
Gorgeous! I agree, I'd love some of the pieces in this home.ReplyDelete
Is this the house Brad and Angelina owned? I love New Orleans although I have not been there since the 80's. Still rates as one of the top places in the US to visit.ReplyDelete
I had no idea that Brad and Angelina owned a house there - although I know Brad did a lot of humanitarian work there!Delete
I SO want to visit New Orleans !
Wow! Love the brick walls as well and the color of the shutters. The two beds are gorgeous! Thanks for sharing with SYC.ReplyDelete
I went to NOLA last year for the first time... I LOVED it! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful home! I love the older houses like that in New Orleans. They are always full of character and beautiful moldings.ReplyDelete
I love it, Suzan. The porches really "get me". Some of the furniture is gorgeous, too. You found a good one this time. xo DianaReplyDelete