Built in the mid-1800s and home to jazz great "Papa Jack" Laine at the peak of his career in the early 1900s, this 3,460-square-foot Marigny dwelling is now up for grabs. The Chartres Street home, which last sold for $516,000 in 2003, consists of a two-bedroom, two-bath main building with an attached three-story structure that has four bedrooms and two bathrooms. The perkage includes a wrap-around ironwork gallery, interior balconies overlooking a charming brick courtyard, tall ceilings, and reclaimed pine floors. This baby doesn't come cheap, though. The ask: $995,000.
· Listing: 2401 Chartres St. [Keller Williams]