The magic spell you cast, This is la vie en rose

 

Fontainebleau is like the new girl in school. She didn’t come around till the turn of the 20th century. This New Orleans neighborhood gives you such an inviting feel as residents greet each other while out strolling under the large oak trees.

Architecturally, Fontainbleau offers California Bungalow, Craftsman, Mission Revival, and some Spanish Revival.

The neighborhood’s most popular street is Versailles Boulevard. This is where you can find some of the largest and grandest homes in the area. No matter what section of New Orleans you call home – this street will stop you in your tracks.

Close proximity to Carrollton, Mid-City, and downtown makes Fontainbleau one of the most beloved neighborhoods in New Orleans.

 

Lagniappe: The arch that greets you when entering Fontainbleau was chosen by a design competition in 1912. 

Average Home Prices in Fontainebleau (Updated: 10/08/2019)

Single Family: $538k
Condo: No Sales
Multi-Family: $388k

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Fontainebleau Essentials

Police station - 2nd District

3401 Broadway
504-658-6020
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Fire Station - Squirt 25

2430 S. Carrollton
website

Broadway Food Store

2223 Broadway St.
504-218-5251

Sav A Lot

3033 S. Carrollton
504-866-6637

In & Out Urgent Care

6225 S. Claiborne Ave
504-229-6801

Fontainebleau Neighborhood Association

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Neighborhood Picks in Fontainebleau

Felipe's

Restaurant

6215 S. Miro
504-288-8226
website

Ted’s Frostop

Restaurant

3100 Calhoun
504-861-3615
website

Robert’s Bar

Bar

3125 Calhoun
504-866-9121

Riccobano’s Panola St. Cafe

Cafe

7801 Panola St.
504-314-1810
website

Elio’s Wine Warehouse

6205 S. Miro St.
504-866-1852
website

Crescent City Comics

Comic Book Shop

3135 Calhoun
504-309-2223

Crescent Lotus Dance Studio

3143 Calhoun
504-382-5199