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John Kennedy Toole’s house, a swanky midcentury modern, and more: Pick the home of the week

We featured a lot of cool—and diverse—homes on the site this week

We featured a lot of cool—and diverse—homes on the site this week, from a cute (but what many have called overpriced) Bywater shotgun to the last New Orleans home of a literary legend. Although they’re all so different from each other, which one is your favorite? Vote in the poll below!

↑ This cute Bywater shotgun with some Hollywood South history has a 615 square-foot apartment attached to it. It is asking $468,000, which many of you on Facebook think is way too high.

↑ This bright blue craftsman bungalow in Gentilly Terrace was built in the 1920s and renovated recently with on-trend details. It’s asking $275,000, but according to a commenter it is already under contract.

↑ This Riverbend midcentury stunner was designed by the New Orleans architecture duo Curtis & Davis and definitely updated at some point. The Zen-like bamboo garden, deck, and pool are gorgeous. It’s asking $795,000.

↑ This classy Uptown center hall was the final home of A Confederacy of Dunces author John Kennedy Toole. A renovation gave it a fancy kitchen and master bathroom. The asking price is $1,150,000.