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Uptown Homes For Sale

Victorian on St. Charles Avenue gets a $50,000 price chop

It includes plenty of stained glass windows

Comfy yet upscale, a circa-1898 Uptown home asks $845K

It boasts not one, not two, but three porches

This Uptown shotgun double uses its space creatively and offers a three-for-one deal

The multifamily home has three units and a pool

This Uptown Victorian is built for entertaining

Check out its saltwater pool and impressive foyer.

This beautifully preserved midcentury modern home is a real Uptown treasure

Heads up, photographers: it has a darkroom.

The St. Elizabeth Condominiums’ chapel unit is on the market for a cool $1.75M

It’s one of Anne Rice’s many former homes.

This Uptown shotgun has a vegetable garden with its own rainwater irrigation system

Did we mention it’s only $299K?

5 open houses in New Orleans to check out this weekend

From City Park to the Garden District.

$849K Audubon cottage boasts a stunning before-and-after renovation

The 100-year-old gem has a whole new lease on life.

A Queen Anne Victorian by Thomas Sully asks $1.65M

Its wraparound porch overlooks St. Charles Avenue.

A beautifully updated Victorian with a saltwater pool asks $1.95M

Built in 1893, the Uptown home has four bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms.

You can own this double gallery Victorian for a cool $1M

Built in 1865, it’s one block from St. Charles Avenue.

Own this 130-year-old center hall for $1M

It’s one block away from Audubon Park

Uptown cottage renovated by Lee Ledbetter asks $1.6M

The simple bargeboard cottage conceals a sleek, contemporary compound

5 open houses in New Orleans to check out this weekend

From a new construction in St. Roch to a historic Bywater double

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From Audubon Park to the French Quarter

Another Emile Weil mansion is on the market, asks $2.36M

If you like the Saenger Theatre’s night-sky ceiling, you’ll love this home’s dining room

Uptown Victorian gets a makeover, asks $1.12M

The new pool and cabana might be the best additions

Neoclassical home by noted architect Emile Weil hits the market at $1.95M

It’s a block off St. Charles Avenue

Elegant Uptown victorian home offers historic details and modern amenities

It has a saltwater pool and solar panels

Craftsman with deep backyard lists for $579K

This home has off-street parking—which is easily appreciated near Magazine Street.

Former Art Neville Uptown home hits market at $1.45M after full restoration

Its redesigned interior gives it plenty of space

Uptown condo with balcony, sunroom asks $499K

Built in 1931 is an Uptown multi-family property. The home is divided into two living spaces, and the top floor unit is for sale.

Gorgeously renovated St. Charles mansion asks $2.35M

A 43-year-old mansion located on St. Charles Avenue just hit the market at $2.3 million. The residence is located near S. Carrollton Avenue and Audubon Park.

Quirky Uptown cottage hits market at $460K

A single family cottage, located in the Uptown neighborhood in the Bordreaux sub-district, just hit the market. The home is directly across from Wisner Playground and three blocks from Magazine Street.

Uptown victorian cottage with pool asks $535K

Located in Uptown is a three bedroom victorian cottage on Annunciation Street. The house, built in 1900, is on a key lot property, and has a flexible floor plan.

Cozy Uptown cottage with open floorplan lists for $419.5K

Built in 1926 is a cozy uptown cottage located on Annunciation street. The house is three blocks from Magazine Street and is nearby Audubon Park.

Uptown home lists for $760K

Built in 1907 is a two-story arts and craft house located in Uptown. The house is nearly a block from Jefferson Avenue, and nearby Tulane University, Loyola University and Audubon Park.

Uptown Victorian Shotgun asks $635K

Built in 1906 is a victorian shotgun home located three blocks from Magazine Street and two blocks from Jefferson Avenue in the Uptown Carrollton area.

Garden District Victorian Camelback lists for $875K

This victorian camelback was built in 1893 and holds true to its classic appeal. Inside, the house beautiful hardwood floors and soaring ceilings.

Uptown fixer-upper listed for $449K

Built in 1916 is a victorian camelback house on Laurel street. The 1235 square-foot house house has three bedrooms and two bathrooms.

Audubon home lists for $1.35 million 

Built in 1918, this raised basement cottage located a block away from Freret street and five block from the St. Charles streetcar line.

Carrollton cottage lists for $389K

Built in 1941 is a New Orleans cottage located a block and-a-half from Carrolton. The cottage is near several Carrolton shops, and five blocks from the iconic Oak Street.

New Double Gallery abode in Uptown asks $939K

A new Uptown home is up for sale. This traditional double gallery home is located a block away from magazine street, which is home to several locally owned businesses.

Contemporary multi-use property lists for $1.325 Million

New Orleans is known for its original, classic architecture. But sometimes, architects and designers like to switch it up. A contemporary multi-use property is up for sale in uptown.

Post-Civil War home hits market at 575K 

A post-Civil War home just hit the market in uptown. Located on Coliseum street, walking distance from St. Charles Avenue, Magazine St. and several parade routes, sits a raised center-hall home built in 1870.

Price down on parade-party friendly Uptown home

After hitting the market in September, the price on this spacious, perfect-for-a-parade party home Uptown has been knocked down twice. Originally listing at $1.2 million, after the latest cut the price is down to $1.15 million. Take a look inside.

Inside an elegant Garden District side hall

This elegant Victorian side hall camelback just hit the market in the Garden District. Boasting 13-foot ceilings, the 3,151 square-foot home has formal living and dining rooms with original floors, pocket doors, and fireplaces. Take a look inside.

Price down on Saints player's Uptown bachelor pad

Saints wide receiver Brandin Cooks recently put his high-end bachelor pad on the market. The Black Pearl home hit the market at $910,000, and now it’s down to $899,000. The 3,584 square-foot home features a massive walk-in closet. Take a look inside.