Fully Restored Home in Famed Garden District
NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana
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6 bed/8.0 bath
One of the famed Garden District ''Freret Follys'' circa 1861, fully restored for modern living. Double Gallery Side Hall w/ 13 ft ceilings, Italianate medallions, ornate plaster moldings and marble fireplaces, marble kitchen and butler's pantry that opens to side yard entertainers delight. Ballroom, media room, 6 bedrooms, 3 stories, porches, galleries, entablature, side yard with room for a pool, covered off street parking for several cars.
Ballroom, media room.
WHAT MAKES THIS A BUNGALUX
Garden District beauty
- • Put simply, New Orleans' Garden District has some of the most beautiful real estate anywhere.
- • Why is this one called a "Freret Folly"? Well, it's one of a row of once identical Greek Revival townhouses erected in 1861 by New Orleans architect William A Freret as a speculative building project. The row was so named after the Civil War made the venture financially unsuccessful.
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