New Orleans has several beautiful homes on the market. Some listed homes date back to the 19th century, while other have captivating stories behind their constructions. Here’s a list of four exceptional open houses you shouldn’t miss this weekend, November 10 to November 12.
If you’re in the mood for a raised-basement home, check out this craftsman-inspired abode in East Carrolton. This home has an outstanding front porch, airy rooms, and a sizable master bedroom suite. Measuring in at 3,626 square feet, it has five bedrooms and three bathrooms. Though, we think its pool and landscaped front yard make it worth seeing in person. Its asking price is $1.089 million. Its open house is scheduled for Saturday, November 11, from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m.
After a recent $25,000 price cut, this renovated Queen Anne is still up for grabs. Built in 1894, this home now has beautiful hardwood flooring, soaring ceilings, and a luxurious kitchen. On its second floor, this home has a large center hall that divides its five bedrooms. Its master bedroom suite has access to its gallery and a large walk-in closet. Asking $624,900, this home is open for viewing on Saturday, November 11, from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.
If you’re looking for something unconventional, check out this Geodesic Dome home on the market in Black Pearl. This uniquely-shaped home has 1,608 square feet of space that accommodates for two bedrooms and two bathrooms. It has a circular open-floor living and dining room space. Highlights include its tall and vaulted ceilings, and roomy second-floor bedroom. A tranquil patio sits at its rear. Its asking price is $425,000. You can visit this home on Sunday, November 12, from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.
If you’re interested in store-to-home conversions in New Orleans, now is your chance to check out this Algiers Point corner home. It has an open living room with built-in book shelves, fireplace, tall ceilings, and crown molding. At 1,853 square feet, it has three bedrooms and one bathroom . This home is listed for $275,000. It’s open Saturday, November 11, from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.