1889 Victorian For Sale In New Orleans Louisiana

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1889 Victorian For Sale In New Orleans Louisiana

1889 Victorian For Sale In New Orleans Louisiana

$2,875,000

5718 Saint Charles Ave, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70115

5 beds5 baths5,099 sqft

Victorian, Queen Anne

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Realtor Information:

David Dominguez ¦ RE/MAX NORTHLAKE ASSOCIATES ¦ (985) 867-3629


About This 1889 Victorian For Sale In New Orleans Louisiana

One of the most iconic homes on St. Charles Ave! A quintessential 1889 Victorian home by architect Charles Lambert, on the National Historic Registry and affectionately known for many years as the Blue Lady. Main house is 4107 sq ft.

The original carriage house converted to 2 separate, 496 sq ft living spaces. Detached, over-sized garage and gated off street parking. Swimming pool and 7 ft high brick planter wall for privacy. Extensive mill work, cypress cabinets, leaded windows and 4 working fireplaces.

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4 Comments

  1. It’s all awfully BROWN inside with a touch of blue thrown in here and there. Scroll through the photos quickly and you’ll see what I mean. One can always tell when there is no help from an interior designer. They did some crazy things to this house, and a lot of character was lost. The back view with the pool made my mouth fall open. What did I just see? Egad. No clue what was going on there. Looked like some sort of cheesy hotel. The owner obviously knows nothing about period interiors and how to incorporate them into modern life without looking all pseudo. It’s certainly not a $3 million dollar house IMO.

  2. What a beautiful home. So nice to see a home decorated and appointed appropriately to the style of home. I’m glad the home is in neutral colors instead of garish colors that make it look more like a bordello instead of the gorgeous home it is.

  3. I am glad to see that at least some of the beautiful wood in this home has been preserved and not painted over in a white-on-white-on-grey-on-more-white-with-no-interior-walls excuse for interior design that some professional designers seem to think respects the architecture. It would have been nice to preserve it bit more of the original character in some areas of the house.

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