Homes in the French Quarter, Warehouse District, Central City, River Ridge, and Holy Cross
The 19th-century Creole townhome overlooks leafy Esplanade Avenue
Options for visitors to New Orleans or locals looking for a change of pace
Paddle on the bayou or float in the saltwater pool
Over-the-top NOLA opulence at its finest
As summer officially comes to an end, it’s easy to fall into autumn festivities. One that makes particularly fun use of both public and private green space are pumpkin patches.
Formal gardens in the front, heated pool in the back
The Lakeview abode has an unexpectedly luxe backyard
Because New Orleans has unique architecture, we can only expect that trend to spill over to its coffeeshops. Here are a few of our favorite shops around the city.
It has not one, not two, but three units
So much exposed brick, so many French doors
Former houses of worship find new life and 21st-century appeal as yoga studios, theaters, restaurants, and more
Previously listed for $2.8M, the 8,064-square-foot property will sell without reserve
Homes for sale in Central City, Uptown, Gentilly,and Bywater
You can hear Jazz Fest headliners from the porch
The three-day-a-week service stands in for the Central City Library during its move to a new location
A project of the Preservation Resource Center, this circa-1900s home is beautifully renovated
It has two separate units—one upstairs and one in the ground-level basement
The circa-1869 Creole townhome overlooks leafy Esplanade Avenue
An $800,000 renovation updated the play land’s exhibits and boosted accessibility
It’s a prime address for Mardi Gras parade parties
The Craftsman bungalow asks $349K
It lives much larger than its 704 square feet
Homes for rent in five neighborhoods—which one would you choose?