Designated as the New Orleans’ author’s final home by a historic marker on the property and documents floating around the internet, the center hall was built in 1885. The 3,636 square-foot home boasts wood floors, 12-foot ceilings, and formal living and dining rooms.
The kitchen, which has marble counters, a big island, and custom cabinetry, leads to a family room that opens onto a covered deck and patio. The first-floor master suite has a luxurious bathroom with a soaking tub.
What’s the price on this piece of literary history? $1,150,000.