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This palatial Audubon home with gorgeous rear yard hits the market at $3.2M

A stately residence on State Street

1776 State Street.
All photos courtesy of Carmen Duncan/RE/MAX N.O. Properties

It looks like we might have to make room on our map of the 25 most expensive homes in New Orleans after this giant State Street home hit the market. Adjacent to Loyola Avenue, this home sits blocks from the St Charles Avenue streetcar line, Audubon Park, and Tulane and Loyola Universities.

The asking price is $3,235,000.

This sumptuous abode sits on a 11,761-square-foot lot, which is about a third of an acre. At first glance, it has a large landscaped yard, lovely oak tree, spacious covered sitting porch, and generously-sized balcony.

Upon entrance are several stately rooms, including traditional living and dining rooms, family room, a unique outdoor living room, and a large basement. Other architectural highlights include plaster medallions, chandeliers, pocket doors, and hardwood flooring.

The sizable eat-in kitchen has granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, and custom cabinetry.

Sizing in at 8,064 square feet, this home has five bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms. The full master bedroom has a generous walk-in closet, elegant ensuite bathroom, and leads directly to the home’s balcony. A guest suite sits on the fourth floor of this home.

A private patio, massive pool, and landscaped yard sit at the rear of this home, surrounded by several tall and beautiful trees.