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Preservation Resource Center annual shotgun house tour

A sneak peak at some of the homes on the tour

The PRC’s annual shotgun house tour will include seven owned homes in the Bayou St. John Neighborhood
All photos courtesy of Sara Essex

This weekend, Preservation Resource Center will host its annual Shotgun House Tour in in the Bayou St. John neighborhood. This self-guided tour has seven homes that represent the best of New Orleans’s shotgun culture.

Proceeds from the tour will fund PRC’s mission of restoring, rebuilding, and revitalizing New Orleans’ historic architecture and neighborhoods.

The self-guided tour is between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, April 22 and 23. For more information regarding tickets and the event, click here.

Here’s a sneak peak of some of the homes available for viewing on the tour.

1317 Rendon Street

Owned by Linda and Malcolm Burns, this Eastlake double shotgun has a lovely sitting porch, beautifully painted exterior and a recently renovated interior.

1320 Rendon

This classic shotgun has is nestled into a supersized lot, leaving room for a sizable front yard. Inside are tall ceilings, beautiful wood floors, and a relatively spacious floorplan.

932 Moss Street

Shotgun homes come in different shapes and sizes, and this one is no exception that. This two-story shotgun has a beautiful balcony and a refreshing interior.

3129 Ponce de Leon

Located next to Fair Grinds Coffeehouse is a beautiful shotgun home that has exposed brick, beautiful wood flooring, and a gorgeous side hall.

Need more shotguns? Check out our map of 15 Shotguns for sale in New Orleans.