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NOLA’s 25 most expensive homes for sale

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Without a doubt, New Orleans has a wide selection of luxurious homes. New Orleans's 25 most expensive homes—all upwards of $1.9 million—are located in several neighborhoods, including French Quarter, Garden District, Audubon, and Uptown. Some of the listed homes rank amongst the oldest in the city.

Whether you're mapping your dream home, or looking to make a purchase, here is a map of the 25 most expensive homes listed in New Orleans.

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5603 St Charles Avenue

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$5.75 milion

Placed on an oversized lot, this recently renovated St. Charles Avenue Mansion has an elegant grand staircase, Tiffany fireplaces, and its original formal chandeliers.

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3711 St Charles Avenue

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$4.5 million

Anne Rice once owned this Victorian home built in 1885. Sitting on an expansive lot, we’re impressed with this home’s charming double gallery. Interior highlights include its unique cypress staircase, large rooms, and plaster medallions.

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84 Audubon Boulevard

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$3.999 million

This home designed by Architect Charles Freret has several grand rooms, a chef’s kitchen, and a master bedroom suite with a spacious walk-in closet. A saltwater pool and patio sit at its rear.

Via Lynn Morgan/Keller Williams

2211 Prytania Street

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$4.5 million

Designed by Barry Fox, the home has large formal spaces, beautiful mantels, and an outstanding courtyard at its rear. Measuring at 7,464 square feet, it has four bedrooms and six bathrooms.

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1311 Jefferson Avenue

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$3.3 million

This uncommon Greek Revival sidehall mansion hit the market in Uptown. Built in 1893, it has a landscaped front yard, a salt water pool, and a roomy two-car garage. At 6,060 square feet, this home has airy rooms with gorgeous hardwood flooring and soaring ceilings. Its large, well-equipped kitchen has stainless steel appliances, a clean countertop finish, and striking cabinets.

Via Robert Carroll.RE/MAX

1776 State Street

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$2.999 million

This stately home is nestled onto an 11,761-square-foot lot, nearly a third of an acre. It has several airy rooms, including traditional living and dining rooms, family room, and an outdoor living room. Other highlights include chandeliers, pocket doors, and gorgeous hardwood flooring.

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1001 Julia Street penthouse B

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$3.15 million

This condominium is one of eighty-one units at The Standard. This particular penthouse unit has three bedrooms, four bathrooms, 3,154 square feet of living space, and a 1,655 square-foot private terrace. Planned on the fifth floor, this condo will have floor-to-ceiling windows, solid white oak flooring, walnut cabinetry, and marble countertops. Other highlights are a 72-inch soaking tub, and oil-rubbed bronze fixtures. HOA $1,843/month.

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1215 Royal Street

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$2.99 million

This past August, Curbed NOLA listed this French Quarter home as one of the largest in the city. At 8,235 square feet and four-stories tall, this French Quarter mansion has two master bedroom suites, a marble-finished foyer, unmatched hardwood flooring, and chandeliers.

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600 Port of New Orleans Units 12C/D

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$2.9 million

Built in 1992, this lovely condominium is walking distance from the Riverwalk. At 3,610 square feet, it has three bedrooms and three bathrooms. Most notably, this home has a huge balcony that overlooks the Mississippi River. HOA dues are $3,316/month.

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5200 St. Charles Avenue

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$2.31 million

Located on the corner of St. Charles Avenue, this palatial abode has interior designed by Jon Vaccari Design. Other highlights include an expansive wine cellar, in-house elevator, and lovely parlor.

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4626 St. Charles Avenue

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$2.323 million

Nestled into a 6,873 square-foot lot, this home sits near many Mardi Gras Uptown parade routes. It has several spacious rooms, a gourmet kitchen, and a backyard oasis.

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622 Esplanade Avenue

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$2.49 million

This 5,805 square-foot home comes furnished with "timeless antiques" and includes five separate apartments that are intended to be used for guest homes. Other highlights include chandeliers in all formal rooms, a controlled wine cellar on the third floor, and an elevator that services all three floors.

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620 Ursulines Avenue

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$9.25 million

In late 2017, this giant French Quarter mansion hit the market, and toppled the lists for the largest and most expensive homes in New Orleans. Measuring at 12,365 square feet, this home has eight bedrooms and nine and a half bathrooms. Beyond its grand rooms and luxurious finishes, it has a unique view of Ursulines Avenue from its third-floor widow’s walk.

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1571 Exposition Boulevard

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$2.999 million

If you’re looking for an expansive home in Audubon, check out this Neoclassical Revival center hall. It has landscaped grounds, four beautiful columns, and a modest second-floor balcony. Standing three stories tall, we’re in love with this home’s wide foyer, crown molding, and giant master bedroom. Out back is a large pool and sizable sun patio

Via Lynn Morgan/Keller Williams

1531 Exposition Boulevard

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$2.55 million

This Colonial Revival home ranks as one of the largest homes for sale in New Orleans. We’re in love with its deep center hall, formal rooms, and magnificent brick fireplace. At 7,948 square feet, this home has six bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms.

Via Britt Galloway/Keller Williams Realty

600 Governor Nicholls Street

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$3.5 million

Sitting less than two blocks from the French Market, this giant French Quarter home has an open layout, crown molding, chandeliers, and dark hardwood floors. It’s luxurious, but we wouldn’t expect anything less from a house that was built in 1857. Measuring at 4,973 square feet, this home has three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms.

Via Suzanne McClellan/Dorian Bennett Sotheby’s International Realty

2520 Prytania Street

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$2.95 million

Built in 1853, this Thomas Parker house has undergone a major restoration. We’re in love with its expansive landscaped grounds, its gorgeous facade, and private guest quarters. At 7,256 square feet, this two-story abode has six bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, and an elevator.

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717 St Charles Avenue

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$4.8 million

This three-story mansion that sits near Lafayette Square has a tall facade with striking iron work. Built in 1801, the well maintained home has two impressive balconies and three large common spaces. Highlights include its exposed brick walls, gorgeous floors, and soaring ceilings. Measuring at 6,240 square feet, this home has seven bedrooms and three bathrooms.

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917 Dumaine Street

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$2.995 million

This French Quarter home stands four story tall with over 4,800 square feet of living space. Its mixes its historic charm with new construction. Traces of exposed brick can be found in several rooms of this home. It also has two galleries with gorgeous iron work.

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1220 Dauphine Street unit B

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$2.995 million

One of the most expensive condos on the market in New Orleans, this 2017 construction sits two blocks from Esplanade Avenue. Its modern interior it outfitted with pendant and recessed lighting, crown molding, and large windows. Measuring at 3,875 square feet, the home has four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms. HOA dues are $2,325/month.

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819 Bourbon Street

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$2.995 million

Near the heart of the French Quarter, you’ll find this circa 1850s townhouse with a wraparound balcony. We’re in love with its mantels, ornamental moldings and medallions. It has seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and 6,361 square feet of floorspace. Its balcony overlooks a landscaped courtyard at the rear.

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1231 Bourbon Street

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$2.95 million

This three-story townhouse condo with elevator access has plenty of architectural highlights. Check out the home’s airy floorplan, exposed beams, French doors, and exposed brick. Its eat-in kitchen has custom cabinetry. Its master suite has a soaking tub and direct access to the home’s balcony.

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1413 Jefferson Avenue

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$2.75 million

In Uptown, you can find this renovated 19th-century home on the market. Built in 1888, the home has a large front yard, covered sitting porch, a balcony, and plenty of off-street parking. The home has a roomy interior, built-in bookshelves, and large windows. Measuring at 4,800 square feet, this home has four bedrooms and four bathrooms. You’ll find a patio and pool at the rear of the home.

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2228 St Charles Avenue

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$2.65 million

In the Garden District, you’l find this magnificent center hall for sale. At its facade it has an oversized porch and stunning columns. It opens to stately rooms with wood trim, mantels, and medallions. Measuring at 7,776 square feet, it has seven bathrooms and four and a half bathrooms.

Via Jane King/Gardner Realtors

1633 Dufossat Street

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$2.4 million

This renovated home is another one of New Orleans’s largest homes on the market. Standing three stories tall, this 8,813-square-foot home has six bedrooms and seven bathrooms. We’re in love with its landscaped grounds, sunroom, and gorgeous galleries.

Via Eleanor Farnsworth/Gardner Realtors

5603 St Charles Avenue

Via Rana Cabeceiras/Keller Williams

$5.75 milion

Placed on an oversized lot, this recently renovated St. Charles Avenue Mansion has an elegant grand staircase, Tiffany fireplaces, and its original formal chandeliers.

Via Rana Cabeceiras/Keller Williams

3711 St Charles Avenue

Via Eleanor Farnsworth/Gardner Realtors

$4.5 million

Anne Rice once owned this Victorian home built in 1885. Sitting on an expansive lot, we’re impressed with this home’s charming double gallery. Interior highlights include its unique cypress staircase, large rooms, and plaster medallions.

Via Eleanor Farnsworth/Gardner Realtors

84 Audubon Boulevard

Via Lynn Morgan/Keller Williams

$3.999 million

This home designed by Architect Charles Freret has several grand rooms, a chef’s kitchen, and a master bedroom suite with a spacious walk-in closet. A saltwater pool and patio sit at its rear.

Via Lynn Morgan/Keller Williams

2211 Prytania Street

Via Ricky Lemann/Berkshire Hathaway HomeService

$4.5 million

Designed by Barry Fox, the home has large formal spaces, beautiful mantels, and an outstanding courtyard at its rear. Measuring at 7,464 square feet, it has four bedrooms and six bathrooms.

Via Ricky Lemann/Berkshire Hathaway HomeService

1311 Jefferson Avenue

Via Robert Carroll.RE/MAX

$3.3 million

This uncommon Greek Revival sidehall mansion hit the market in Uptown. Built in 1893, it has a landscaped front yard, a salt water pool, and a roomy two-car garage. At 6,060 square feet, this home has airy rooms with gorgeous hardwood flooring and soaring ceilings. Its large, well-equipped kitchen has stainless steel appliances, a clean countertop finish, and striking cabinets.

Via Robert Carroll.RE/MAX

1776 State Street

Via Carmen Duncan/RE/MAX

$2.999 million

This stately home is nestled onto an 11,761-square-foot lot, nearly a third of an acre. It has several airy rooms, including traditional living and dining rooms, family room, and an outdoor living room. Other highlights include chandeliers, pocket doors, and gorgeous hardwood flooring.

Via Carmen Duncan/RE/MAX

1001 Julia Street penthouse B

Via The Standard

$3.15 million

This condominium is one of eighty-one units at The Standard. This particular penthouse unit has three bedrooms, four bathrooms, 3,154 square feet of living space, and a 1,655 square-foot private terrace. Planned on the fifth floor, this condo will have floor-to-ceiling windows, solid white oak flooring, walnut cabinetry, and marble countertops. Other highlights are a 72-inch soaking tub, and oil-rubbed bronze fixtures. HOA $1,843/month.

Via The Standard

1215 Royal Street

Via E. J. Maysonave

$2.99 million

This past August, Curbed NOLA listed this French Quarter home as one of the largest in the city. At 8,235 square feet and four-stories tall, this French Quarter mansion has two master bedroom suites, a marble-finished foyer, unmatched hardwood flooring, and chandeliers.

Via E. J. Maysonave

600 Port of New Orleans Units 12C/D

Via Glenda Bach/Latter & Blum

$2.9 million

Built in 1992, this lovely condominium is walking distance from the Riverwalk. At 3,610 square feet, it has three bedrooms and three bathrooms. Most notably, this home has a huge balcony that overlooks the Mississippi River. HOA dues are $3,316/month.

Via Glenda Bach/Latter & Blum

5200 St. Charles Avenue

Karen Prieur/RE/MAX

$2.31 million

Located on the corner of St. Charles Avenue, this palatial abode has interior designed by Jon Vaccari Design. Other highlights include an expansive wine cellar, in-house elevator, and lovely parlor.

Karen Prieur/RE/MAX

4626 St. Charles Avenue

Via Eleanor Farnsworth/Gardner Realtors

$2.323 million

Nestled into a 6,873 square-foot lot, this home sits near many Mardi Gras Uptown parade routes. It has several spacious rooms, a gourmet kitchen, and a backyard oasis.