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The largest homes for sale in New Orleans

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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in July 2017 and has been updated with the most recent information.

While New Orleans is not the largest city around, that doesn’t stop it from having giant homes.

In an effort to consolidate the largest homes in the city, Curbed NOLA created a map to highlight the most palatial homes in New Orleans. These giant abodes span the Uptown, Garden District, Marigny, French Quarter, and Holy Cross neighborhoods.

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2211 Prytania Street, Garden District

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7,464 square feet

Built in 2002, this giant home that cost $4.5 million sits less than two blocks from the St. Charles Avenue Streetcar line. Designed by Barry Fox, it has large formal spaces, soaring ceilings, recessed lighting, crown molding, and gorgeous wood floors. Its master bedroom suite has two ensuite bathrooms.

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1317 Killdeer Street, Lake Terrace

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7,941 square feet

Beyond its massive front yard, this seven-bedroom home has 26 Acadian windows, which the owners installed in July of 2017. It also has airy formal rooms, a mudroom, and—since we’re highlighting homes with plenty of space—an outstanding open-floor recreation space on its third floor. This massive home goes for $980,000. HOA dues are $25/month

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2228 St Charles Avenue, Garden District

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7,776 square feet

Built in 1853, this center hall mansion is nothing short of luxurious with its tall ceilings, gorgeous light fixtures, mantels and crown molding. At the rear of the home is a patio, raised wooden deck, lawn, and a pool.

Asking $2.65 million, the home has seven bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms.

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1776 State Street, Audubon

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8,046 square feet

This palatial abode sits on a 11,761 square foot lot. Notable rooms include its outdoor living room, family room, and a large basement. At five bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms, its master bedroom has a super-sized walk-in closet. You can buy this home for just under $3 million.

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1215 Royal Street, French Quarter

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8,235 square feet

While few homes are known for being particularly large in the French Quarter, it makes this four-story home an exception. Beyond its hardwood floors, amazing chandeliers, and plaster medallions, it has two master bedroom suites and a marble-finished foyer. This home’s listing price is $2.99 million.

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3711 St. Charles Avenue, Milan

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8,747 square feet

Mentioned in Curbed NOLA’s map of the 25 most expensive listed homes in New Orleans, this former Anne Rice center hall maintains its charms with outstanding crown molding, hardwood flooring, mantels and chandeliers. Though, considering the size of this home’s master bedroom suite, you may never need to leave this home. It seeks $4.5 million.

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1633 Dufossat Street, Uptown

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8,813 square feet

Near St. Charles Avenue, you’ll find this palatial abode sitting on a vast, landscaped lot (that measures a third of an acre). Standing three stories tall, this mansion has six bedrooms and seven bathrooms. Ceilings soar as high as 20 feet in this building. It also holds a giant kitchen that has stainless steel appliances, pendant lighting, and a breakfast nook. You can buy this home for $2.4 million.

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5603 St. Charles Avenue, Audubon

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9,200 square feet

Yet another Audubon home makes the list of the largest homes in the city limits. Built in 1903, this mansion has a full basement, grand rooms, and a carriage house. It has seven bedrooms and six bathrooms. This home asks $5.75 million.

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1448 Fourth Street, Garden District

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9,800 square feet

A popular destination in the Garden District, the Cornstalk Fence Mansion has six bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. While the property is grand, it has one of the best kitchen we’ve seen to date. The last asking price was $4.3 million. While the original listing expired, it looks like an offer can still be made.

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620 Ursulines Avenue, French Quarter

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12,365 square feet

At the start of November, this French Quarter home toppled the competition for both the most expensive home and the largest homes for sale in New Orleans. Asking $9.25 million, this 19-century abode has eight bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and a widow’s walk. One of its most beautiful attributes is its expansive brick courtyard that has a pool. If you’re curious about parking, the property can hold up to 15 cars.

Via Eleanor Farnsworth/Gardner Realtors

2211 Prytania Street, Garden District

Via Ricky Lemann/Berkshire Hathaway HomeService Preferred

7,464 square feet

Built in 2002, this giant home that cost $4.5 million sits less than two blocks from the St. Charles Avenue Streetcar line. Designed by Barry Fox, it has large formal spaces, soaring ceilings, recessed lighting, crown molding, and gorgeous wood floors. Its master bedroom suite has two ensuite bathrooms.

Via Ricky Lemann/Berkshire Hathaway HomeService Preferred

1317 Killdeer Street, Lake Terrace

Via Shelly Breaux/Keller Williams

7,941 square feet

Beyond its massive front yard, this seven-bedroom home has 26 Acadian windows, which the owners installed in July of 2017. It also has airy formal rooms, a mudroom, and—since we’re highlighting homes with plenty of space—an outstanding open-floor recreation space on its third floor. This massive home goes for $980,000. HOA dues are $25/month

Via Shelly Breaux/Keller Williams

2228 St Charles Avenue, Garden District

Via Jane King/Gardner Realtors

7,776 square feet

Built in 1853, this center hall mansion is nothing short of luxurious with its tall ceilings, gorgeous light fixtures, mantels and crown molding. At the rear of the home is a patio, raised wooden deck, lawn, and a pool.

Asking $2.65 million, the home has seven bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms.

Via Jane King/Gardner Realtors

1776 State Street, Audubon

Via Carmen Duncan and NJ Hopper of RE/MAX N.O. Properties

8,046 square feet

This palatial abode sits on a 11,761 square foot lot. Notable rooms include its outdoor living room, family room, and a large basement. At five bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms, its master bedroom has a super-sized walk-in closet. You can buy this home for just under $3 million.

Via Carmen Duncan and NJ Hopper of RE/MAX N.O. Properties

1215 Royal Street, French Quarter

Via E.J Maysonave

8,235 square feet

While few homes are known for being particularly large in the French Quarter, it makes this four-story home an exception. Beyond its hardwood floors, amazing chandeliers, and plaster medallions, it has two master bedroom suites and a marble-finished foyer. This home’s listing price is $2.99 million.

Via E.J Maysonave

3711 St. Charles Avenue, Milan

Via Eleanor Farnsworth/Gardner Realtors

8,747 square feet

Mentioned in Curbed NOLA’s map of the 25 most expensive listed homes in New Orleans, this former Anne Rice center hall maintains its charms with outstanding crown molding, hardwood flooring, mantels and chandeliers. Though, considering the size of this home’s master bedroom suite, you may never need to leave this home. It seeks $4.5 million.

Via Eleanor Farnsworth/Gardner Realtors

1633 Dufossat Street, Uptown

Via Eleanor Farnsworth/Gardner Realtors

8,813 square feet

Near St. Charles Avenue, you’ll find this palatial abode sitting on a vast, landscaped lot (that measures a third of an acre). Standing three stories tall, this mansion has six bedrooms and seven bathrooms. Ceilings soar as high as 20 feet in this building. It also holds a giant kitchen that has stainless steel appliances, pendant lighting, and a breakfast nook. You can buy this home for $2.4 million.

Via Eleanor Farnsworth/Gardner Realtors

5603 St. Charles Avenue, Audubon

Via Rana Cabeceiras/Keller Williams Realty

9,200 square feet

Yet another Audubon home makes the list of the largest homes in the city limits. Built in 1903, this mansion has a full basement, grand rooms, and a carriage house. It has seven bedrooms and six bathrooms. This home asks $5.75 million.

Via Rana Cabeceiras/Keller Williams Realty

1448 Fourth Street, Garden District

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9,800 square feet

A popular destination in the Garden District, the Cornstalk Fence Mansion has six bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. While the property is grand, it has one of the best kitchen we’ve seen to date. The last asking price was $4.3 million. While the original listing expired, it looks like an offer can still be made.

Via Hillriddlejr.com

620 Ursulines Avenue, French Quarter

Via Eleanor Farnsworth/Gardner Realtors

12,365 square feet

At the start of November, this French Quarter home toppled the competition for both the most expensive home and the largest homes for sale in New Orleans. Asking $9.25 million, this 19-century abode has eight bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and a widow’s walk. One of its most beautiful attributes is its expansive brick courtyard that has a pool. If you’re curious about parking, the property can hold up to 15 cars.

Via Eleanor Farnsworth/Gardner Realtors