Sold Homes in New Orleans
This past August, a Thomas Sully-designed mansion hit the market asking $2,225,000. The mansion was previously used as a Bed and Breakfast, but could easily be converted to a grand private residence.
After originally hitting the market at $1.95 million, City Business reports a traditional Uptown home recently sold for $1.85 million. On a quiet street near the universities, the 4,468 square-foot home features a wraparound front porch and balconies.
This drop-dead gorgeous mansion on the French Quarter side of Esplanade Avenue, which hit the market in March 2015, just sold for $2 million, according to City Business. The most recent asking price was $2,200,000. Take a look inside the home.
I regret to inform you that two beauties are off the market: A stylishly renovated masonry building in the LGD and an Albert C. Ledner-designed midcentury modern in Fontainebleau recently sold. Both properties sold sometime between Aug. 13-19.
Someone’s about to have a summer full of pool parties. A lodge-like home in Lakewood South recently sold for $982,500, right under its original asking price of $985,000. A historic center hall in Black Pearl sold for just under its asking price, too.
This chic Uptown manse with a "glass house" just sold for slightly above its asking price of $1,650,000. The final selling price to buyers Jeffrey D. Young and Laurie B. Young was $1,651,000. It boasts lots of space (4,568 square feet) and some glam.