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Top 10 most expensive homes sold in NOLA

From Greek revivals to center hall cottages.

As 2016 comes to a close, it serves as a time to reflect on neighborhoods, communities and homes. As New Orleans’ housing market grows, it can be exciting to see what kind of houses sold.

Here are some of the most expensive houses sold in 2016.

1) 1605 lakeshore Drive

Year Built: 1994.

Estimated Time on Market: 60 days.

Estimated Value: $1,979,974

Size: 4 Beds, 5.5 baths, 5,741 square feet.

The Skinny: A beautiful three-story home with a gorgeous view of new Orleans’s lake. The home’s exterior is complimented by magnificent windows and a lush green garden space.

2) 8 Rosa Park Street

Year Built: 1916.

Estimated Time on Market: 311 days.

Estimated Value: $2,035,000

Size: 4 Beds, 2.5 baths, 5,342 square feet.

The Skinny: A beautifully designed home located in the Uptown neighborhood, walking distance from Audubon park, Loyola University and Tulane. While the front living area has been nicely renovated, the home has a 627 square-foot rear home that has yet to be touched.

3) 1518 First Street

Year Built: 1860.

Estimated Time on Market: 192 days.

Estimated Value: $2,200,561.

Size: 3 Beds, 3.5 baths, 3,630 square feet.

The Skinny: A half-block from the St. Charles Avenue street car is an intimate French-inspired home with a beautifully-colored interior. What stands out most about this home is its unmatched limestone and brick flooring.

4) 1527 Sixth Street

Year Built: 1881.

Estimated Time on Market: 73 days.

Estimated Value: $2,779,273

Size: 5 Beds, 6.5 baths, 6,818 square feet.

The Skinny: If you like sitting outside, you’re in luck with this house. This victorian-styled home has a balcony that faces first street, and a private terrace which overlooks the home’s lovely backyard/pool area.

5) 44 Audubon Boulevard

Year Built: 1923.

Estimated Time on Market: 290 days.

Estimated Value: $2,230,076.

Size: 6 Beds, 6.5 baths, 7,043 square feet.

The Skinny: This Uptown home is beautiful inside and out. The recently renovated home has gorgeous wood floors, and soaring ceilings. Out back is a spacious paved patio.

6) 2929 Prytania Street

Year Built: 1916.

Estimated Time on Market: 209 days.

Estimated Value: $2,631,565.

Size: 7 Beds, 6.5 baths, 7,089 square feet.

The Skinny: Check out this neat Greek revival that is equipped with a beautiful garden and a spacious patio and pool area. Most notably, the kitchen has an amazing marble finish.

7) 5668 Bancroft Drive

Year Built: 1966.

Estimated Time on Market: 340 days.

Estimated Value: $2,568,160.

Size: 6 Beds, 8 baths, 10,858 square feet.

The Skinny: At over 10,000 square feet, this bayou mansion is huge. The home has soaring ceilings, up to 24 feet in the home’s great room. The back of the home overlooks Bayou St. John.

8) 1454 Moss Street

Year Built: 1866.

Estimated Time on Market: 209 days.

Estimated Value: $2,926,662.

Size: 6 Beds, 5 baths, 5,679 square feet.

The Skinny: A beautiful center hall home built on the Bayou. The home has beautiful wood floors, tall ceilings and a pool just incase the Bayou isn’t enough. And, if you’re up for some excitement, the house has a speak easy bar.

9) 479 Audubon Street

Year Built: 1916.

Estimated Time on Market: 133 days.

Estimated Value: $2,570,601.

Size: 6 Beds, 6 baths, 5,345 square feet.

The Skinny: This Uptown home’s exterior is graced with beautiful French-style shutters, complimented by large windows. Inside the kitchen is a treat with beautiful top finishes and custom cabinets.

10) 1433 Philip Street

Year Built: 1851.

Estimated Time on Market: 67 days.

Estimated Value: $3,174,181.

Size: 4 beds, 4 baths, 6,399 square feet.

The Skinny: A beautiful Garden District center hall cottage, with a roomy floor plan and a spacious outdoor, fenced area. Outdoors include a lush, open garden area and a patio/pool area. What more is there to ask?