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Garden District Queen Anne Victorian designed by Thomas Sully sold for $2.25M

The mansion will operate as a bed and breakfast under new ownership

2631 Prytania Street.
Photos courtesy of Aaron Dare, Tommy Crane Group, Inc.

This past August, a Thomas Sully-designed mansion hit the market asking $2,225,000. The mansion was previously used as a Bed and Breakfast, but could easily be converted to a grand private residence.

The mansion officially sold in mid-December for $2,225,000 via Tommy Crane Group, Inc.

Built in 1890, the Sully Mansion was designed with elegance as a standard. To begin, the home has a beautiful, welcoming 415 square-foot wraparound porch. The exterior of the home is further graced with ornate columns and classic tall French-styled shutter windows.

Inside guest are met with a warm red interior in the Foyer, which leads to a grandiose staircase. The home is adorned by its beautiful wood floors, distinctive stained glass windows and unmatched ceiling height. Other easter eggs include plaster medallions, cypress pocket doors and exposed brick fireplaces with original mantels.

Then three-story mansion has 7,002 square feet of living space, which encompasses nine bedrooms, and nine private bathrooms.

In the back of the house is a tropical, spacious 2,200 square-foot courtyard area, complimented by several trees, greenery, a water fountain and a brick patio.

The new owners of the Sully Mansion plan to continue its use as a Bed and Breakfast.