This is the first time it has ever hit the market
It’s a little suburban paradise right in New Orleans
The 100-year-home comes with a private backyard patio
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.
Homes in five neighborhoods
The building will reportedly be turned into condominiums
The cheery abode has a guest house and a long history
Homes in the French Quarter, Bayou St. John, Irish Channel, Uptown, and Marigny Triangle
Every New Orleans neighborhood has something worth seeing. Whether its the compact French Quarter or the lower 9th Ward, the city has monuments worth visiting and streets worth taking leisurely strolls.
Towards the end of pride festival, New Orleans will host its annual parade.
The original millwork, wainscoting, and clawfoot tub are present in the renovated home
The elegant Marigny home is replete with stained glass and original mantels
The asking price has dropped from $825K to $799K
It offers a lot of value (and a courtyard) for the price
Its large, grassy backyard is a rarity for the neighborhood
The hotel’s soft opening was in October
Its wood paneling might make you fall in love with the trend all over again
Homes for sale in five neighborhoods
The 11th annual Halloween parade in New Orleans rolls tonight.
See what you can get in Gentilly, Holy Cross, the French Quarter, the Marigny, and St. Claude.
A (very long) bike tour courtesy of Bike Easy’s executive director, Dan Favre
It’s much bigger inside than it appears
This time around our selection of dwellings includes a condo and three single-family homes for under $250,000.
While shotgun homes are the city’s most iconic house style, the Creole cottage is its oldest.
To pay homage to this distinct and celebrated architectural style, here is a curated collection of the best single and double shotgun homes for sale in New Orleans.
In an effort to consolidate the largest homes in the city, research and analytics firm NeighborhoodX ranked the largest listed homes on the the market.
Opened in late 2016, the North Rampart/St Claude streetcar spans 1.3 miles, from Canal Street to Elysian Fields Avenue.
From its native shotgun to its Creole cottage, New Orleans’s architecture makes the city a living, breathing history book.
Here’s a list of five exceptional open houses you shouldn’t miss this weekend, June 2 to 3.
You’ll get plenty of space, but no off-street parking.
Here’s a list of five exceptional open houses you shouldn’t miss on Sunday, May 20.
The new construction has 12-foot ceilings throughout and an open floorplan.
Here’s a list of five exceptional open houses you shouldn’t miss this weekend, May 5 and May 6.
It has a homey porch, a simple yard, and plenty of off-street parking.