Mixed media artist Elise Allen, whose Venetian Plaster paintings have earned her acclaim and a studio on Magazine St, is selling her family home with husband Benjamin Allen, the president of Dolphin Debit Access and Vice Chairman and co-founder of the New Orleans Startup Fund. Elise's textured, abstract paintings are visible throughout the home and add a bit of modernism to this century old home. Historic touches include crown molding archways and door frames as well as prairie glass.
Natural light abounds in this window-heavy home, which includes just as much space with a walk-in closet and attic space for storage. Like a welcoming canvas, the home's sleek, white design extends from head to toe with white hardwood floors giving way to white fireplaces, walls, and ceilings. 1002 Webster St hits the market at $1,105,200, offering three bedrooms and two and a half baths.
· 1002 Webster St [Realtor.com]
· On The Market [Curbed NOLA]