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The top six expensive homes in NOLA on the market in January 2017

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Top six most expensive homes in NOLA on the market

In the world of architecture, New Orleans is an architectural gem. The city has various styles and influences that make subdistricts and entire neighborhoods come to life.

While known for its architecture, New Orleans isn’t quite known for having the world’s most expensive homes. Regardless of that, the homes in New Orleans feature attributes in their design that make it unique to the city.

Here is a list of the top six most expensive homes in New Orleans on the market as of January 2017.

1) 1215 Royal Street

Year Built: 1837.

Asking Price: $3,395,000.

Size: Six beds, 7 baths, and 8,235 square feet.

The Skinny: Located right in the French Quarter is a Royal Street mansion that has a beautiful foyer with marble flooring. The home has a beautiful balcony that overlooks its private courtyard.

2) 524 Esplanade Avenue

Year Built: 1846.

Asking Price: $3,500,000.

Size: Four beds, 5.5 baths, and 6,000 square feet.

The Skinny: Located right in the edge of the French Quarter is a Greek Revival mansion. The home has a beautiful center hall, soaring 14 foot ceilings and pine wood floors.

3) 28 Audubon Place

Year Built: 1916.

Asking Price: $4,999,000.

Size: Six beds, 6.5 baths, and 8,523 square feet.

The Skinny: Blocks away from Audubon Park is an expansive uptown mansion with a roomy guest house.

4) 1649 Joseph Street

Year Built: 1949.

Asking Price: $5,200,000.

Size: Six beds, six baths and 8,708.

The Skinny: Located in Uptown is a three story mansion, renovated by Michael Carbine. The home has beautiful gourmet kitchen.

5) 1448 Fourth Street

Year Built: 1859.

Asking Price: $5,500,000.

Size: Six beds, 4.5 baths, and 9,800 square feet.

The Skinny: Placed right in the Garden District is the famous Cornstalk Fence Mansion, which has been featured in several books, magazines and movies. The home has a beautiful garden, and an amazing kitchen.

6) 5603 St. Charles Avenue

Year Built: 1903.

Asking Price: $6,380,000.

Size: Seven beds, six baths and 9,200 square feet.

The Skinny: Located right on St. Charles Avenue is a full renovated mansion. The home has a beautiful grand staircase, and spacious rooms. Most of all, the home comes fully furnished.