Built in 1852 is a historic Antebellum Greek Revival that author Troy Taylor lists as one of New Orleans haunted homes in his book “Haunted New Orleans.”
The asking price is $1,345,000.
The Greek Revival has four large white columns that easily compliment the home’s balcony and floor-to-ceiling windows.
The modestly-sized foyer appeals to the home’s antebellum roots with its tall ceilings and exposed brick. Highlights include original woods floors, soaring ceilings and crown moldings.
Beyond its haunted notation, the home’s strongest attribute is its kitchen, which is adorned with marble countertops, exposed bricks and custom cabinetry. The kitchen is also equipped with stainless steel appliances, and a spacious island that can comfortably fit six.
The 4,170 square foot home has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a half bathroom. The master bedroom leads to a gorgeous bathroom suite that includes a standing shower, soaking tub, and two sinks separated by a beautifully finished divide.
On the third story of the home is an elaborate guest room equipped with a bathroom, kitchen and a joint living room and bedroom.
Outside are two separate balconies that overlook the home’s expansive pool and courtyard.
- 1447 Constance Street [Sotheby’s International Realty]