Audubon Park area is one of New Orleans’ most rarified neighborhoods. This circa-1912 manse speaks to the wealth present in the area at the turn of the century. It sits less than a block from the park and its collection of lagoons, live oaks, trails, and playground equipment. A swimming pool, patio, and generously sized front yard round out the home’s outdoor living options.
The heavily fenestrated stucco abode features a recessed entrance with an arched doorway, which leads to a chandelier-hung central foyer. Medallions, mantels, hardwood floors, and high ceilings bring the antique charm. In the kitchen, exposed brick walls juxtapose marble waterfall countertops, and a stained-glass accent window provides a spot of color to liven up an otherwise subdued, neutral palette.
All in all, the 5,200-square-foot abode has six bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms, plus a sunroom and an office. The asking price is $1,999,900.
Via: Delisha Boyd