Attention, New Orleans music lovers: this is a home with history. The owners of this Treme raised basement are Aron and Alvin Lambert who, along with cousins in the Jaffe family, have a long history with the venerable Preservation Jazz Hall—both running it and playing there. The listing agent, Eric Wilkinson, tells me the very first WWOZ broadcast took place in the home's basement before moving to a studio location. The 1,743 square-foot home needs some work, but it's filled with historic details: heart of pine wood floors, original pocket doors and transoms, and colorful fireplace mantles. How much for this musical manor? $419,000.
· 1314 Treme St. [Realtor]