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Irish Channel’s Grigson-Didier House hits the market at $899K

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It was originally built on the first subdivided lots of the Livaudais Plantation

The gorgeous Greek Revival Grigson-Didier House, built in 1835, just hit the market in Irish Channel.

The home was originally built on the first subdivided lots of the Livaudais Plantation for Mary Ann Grigson, and restored by New Orleans antiquarian Don Didier (you can read a feature about him and the house in The Magazine Antiques here). Today, the three-story home retains so much of its charm, but could use the sprucing up of a careful preservationist.

Inside, there’s four gas fireplaces, pine floors throughout, beamed ceilings, French doors, period hardware, and other historic features. The home also boasts a balcony, spacious sunroom, patio, and another full lot that comes with the house.

What’s the asking price? $899,000.