Uptown Homes For Sale
It includes plenty of stained glass windows
It boasts not one, not two, but three porches
The multifamily home has three units and a pool
Heads up, photographers: it has a darkroom.
It’s one of Anne Rice’s many former homes.
Did we mention it’s only $299K?
From City Park to the Garden District.
The 100-year-old gem has a whole new lease on life.
Its wraparound porch overlooks St. Charles Avenue.
Built in 1893, the Uptown home has four bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms.
Built in 1865, it’s one block from St. Charles Avenue.
The simple bargeboard cottage conceals a sleek, contemporary compound
From a new construction in St. Roch to a historic Bywater double
If you like the Saenger Theatre’s night-sky ceiling, you’ll love this home’s dining room
It’s a block off St. Charles Avenue
It has a saltwater pool and solar panels
Its redesigned interior gives it plenty of space
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.
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.
This victorian camelback was built in 1893 and holds true to its classic appeal. Inside, the house beautiful hardwood floors and soaring ceilings.
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.
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.
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.
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.