As Sidney Torres IV prepares for his new CNBC show, “The Deed,” which premieres on CNBC in March, he is completing his move into his Esplanade home in the French Quarter. In light of his new mansion, Torres gave a live tour of his renovated French Quarter Home via Periscope.
Check out the full home tour, curated by Torres himself, on this Periscope 360 video. If you have the Periscope app, you’ll be able to scroll up, down, left, and right during the tour. If you’re on a desktop, click here to to see the video in a panoramic view.
Take a home tour with @sidneydtorresiv, host of our new show, @thedeedcnbc! #Periscope360 #TheDeedCNBC https://t.co/P3H3YUrQ53— CNBC Prime (@CNBCPrimeTV) January 21, 2017
According to Torres, his home was built in the 1800s and is one of the few homes in the French Quarter to have a front yard.
The mansion has several distinct features such as crown molding plastere (which was recently remolded by hand), soaring 14 feet ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, and custom white glass cabinetry.
Most notably, the bathroom has custom stone flooring imported from Italy with a beautiful pattern design throughout.
The home doesn’t have permeant furniture as of now, but Torres plans to get custom-made furniture within the next few months.
In the meantime, Torres is promoting his new CNBC primetimeshow “The Deed,” which will air Wednesday, March 1, at 9 p.m., Central Time. The new show, hosted by Torres and Sean Colon, will follow the two real estate moguls as they serve as investment gurus, saving rising investors from financial demise.