This listing offers you the best of both worlds: You can live in a Greek Revival home which looks as if it could be in one of New Orleans’ older neighborhoods, but instead you have all the convenience of suburban living.
The plus factor of buying a home in one of New Orleans’ suburbs is that you have plenty of space. You can have a very large house, surrounded by plenty of grounds, a driveway for off-street parking, a garage and even a view of a beautiful waterway…
This listing combines the best of both worlds: You can live in one of New Orleans’ historic houses in one of New Orleans’ historic neighborhoods, but the interior is as modern as new construction. It was completely renovated in 2011.
If you’re looking for sophisticated living in an urban setting, this condo has it all with hardwood floors, granite countertops in the kitchen and bath, a mirrored backsplash, 13-foot ceilings, extra-large windows, two-inch blinds and custom draperies.
The Vieux Carre, or the French Quarter, is generally considered pretty upscale real estate. However, for the more reasonable price of a condominium, you can enjoy all the amenities of this neighborhood for a fraction of the value of a single-family home.
This listing is a really good buy: It’s located in the older, established neighborhood of Broadmoor, and although the house was built in 1929, it’s been completely renovated with all-new plumbing and wiring plus the rooms have an open floor plan now.
Not every cute house has to be listed in the upper price ranges. This is an adorable house freshly painted in an established neighborhood and it’s priced most affordably.
This listing is something unique: it’s new construction in the middle of older homes and in one of the older sections of the city. It’s convenient to Paris and Mirabeau avenues, as well as Mirabeau Park, Lake Pontchartrain with its jogging trails,…
When Hotel Peter & Paul opened in late 2018 in Faubourg Marigny, the attention to detail and respect for the architecture during an expansive restoration made it a hit with visitors, locals, city preservationists and publications, including Tr…
This is an excellent example of the kind of house that visitors on tours of the Garden District ooh and aah about. It has all the graceful elements of a bygone era of the Old South: a generous porch, Ionic columns marching across the porch and bal…
This is an extremely attractive listing in the bustling city of Kenner with its Rivertown theatre. It’s a brick house with a four-columned façade with bricks leading up to its front door. It has a nice portico with a gallery on top and three dorme…
This listing has everything you’ve ever dreamed of in a home: It’s situated on a body of water – Bayou St. John – it’s close to City Park, and the house itself is magnificent, complete with large rooms, entertaining areas and a swimming pool.
This is an opportunity to live on historic Esplanade Avenue with its avenue of oaks, right across from the French Quarter, yet acquire a property with rental potential.
This listing reminds one of an English manor house: it is not only absolutely massive, but also very beautiful. It has mature professional landscaping consisting of plenty of trees, shrubs and bushes.
This is an excellent example of the kind of house that visitors on tours of the Garden District ooh and aah about. It has all the graceful elements of a bygone era of the Old South: a generous porch with French doors flanked by shutters, Greek col…
The biggest reason to buy a condominium rather than a single family home is that you can live in an upscale expensive neighborhood, but at a much lower cost. And this condo is very well priced to sell.
This listing would be an absolutely heavenly place to live. You not only get to reside in the Uptown neighborhood, but you also can enjoy living in a former chapel and former Anne Rice home.
This listing would be a very good chance to live Uptown, but at a fraction of the price of most Uptown properties. Not only that, but it’s been totally renovated with all new systems and plenty of upgrades.
There are not a whole lot of contemporary houses in a city as old as New Orleans, so if this is your preference, you should make an offer on this house right away.
The trend toward tiny houses has become a social movement as buyers choose to downsize the space they live in, simplify and live with less. This listing is the perfect tiny house – and the price reflects that.
If your dream is to live in the heart of the city – across the street from the French Quarter, near Armstrong Park, the medical center complex and in a historic building, this listing is for you.
Bywater has become one of the hottest neighborhoods in the city these days. The artists and writers are still in residence, but houses have been renovated and new, hip people are moving in – to houses like this one.
If you ever dreamed of living in a home that looks like a palace, this is the house for you. Plus, it’s located on world-famous St. Charles Avenue, and the Mardi Gras parades march right in front of your door.
If you’ve ever had a dream of living in a plantation home, this listing would fill that bill nicely. Its West Indies design has wide curving front steps leading to a generous porch and a beveled glass door with white columns and a picket fence. It…
This mansion sits atop a 25-foot bluff and 400 feet of beachfront overlooking the Gulf of Mexico, on the Scenic Drive of the historic district of Pass Christian, Mississippi.
A good way to enjoy the excitement of the French Quarter, yet maintain some quiet and privacy, is to buy a house in Faubourg Marigny, the neighborhood adjacent to the Quarter.
The most attractive aspect of buying a condo is that you get to live in one of the most desirable neighborhoods in the city, but at a fraction of the price of a single-family home.
This listing is an excellent way to live near the hustle and bustle of the Vieux Carre, yet still maintain some semblance of privacy. It’s in the adjacent neighborhood downriver from the French Quarter, and when you buy a condominium, you get to l…
If your dream has always been to own a plantation home – and maybe run a bed and breakfast there, this is your golden opportunity.
When Realtors tell you the three most important features of a house are location, location, location, this is what they mean: This listing is in the historic Bayou St. John neighborhood, within walking distance to the Fairgrounds, Jazz Fest and Ci…
If you like unusual, modern architecture instead of the traditional houses found throughout most of New Orleans, and if you’re a fan of architect Frank Lloyd Wright, you have got to have a look at this listing.
This listing is one of those fabulous old New Orleans Uptown homes that just lend itself to raising a large family, having lots of charitable functions and sheltering extended friends when they come to town.
This listing is your opportunity to own a condo in the oldest neighborhood in the city, filled with all the artifacts New Orleanians love: high ceilings, exposed brick walls and modern, large rooms.
When you buy a condo in a renovated building, you get the best of both worlds: a residence in an established neighborhood plus new plumbing, wiring and roof. This listing is your opportunity to own a condo in the oldest neighborhood in the city, f…