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The Late Paul Prudhomme's 'Marigny Compound' Hits the Market for $3.385M

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The New Orleans chef Paul Prudhomme died last month, and now a cluster of Marigny properties—both residential and commercial—belonging to the late chef are on the market.

The $3,385,000 asking price gets you six addresses in the neighborhood: 523, 527 and 533 Mandeville Street and 2418, 2420, 2422 and 2424 Chartres Street, which includes four residential properties (one is a double; another includes the vacant space next door) and one commercial property, totaling 10,288 square-feet. The chef lived at 527 Mandeville St. and his research and experimental kitchen was located at 523 Mandeville St. Among the properties you'll find trompe l'oeil walls, a pools and pool house, gardens, water features, a stained glass depiction of the chef, and an amazing bathtub with blue and white tiled steps—clearly the chef's jovial spirit translated to his decor taste.

· 527 Mandeville St. [Realtor]