Tag: New Orleans neighborhoods


‘Cause Everything Old Is New Again

      So you’ve decided to to do some updating and/renovating to your old New Orleans home? Or maybe you are building a new home but want to incorporate some of the architectural details that New Orleans is known for. However, you feel a little nervous because you don’t want to rely on just… Read more »

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Porch Sitting

    It’s summer in New Orleans, yes it’s hot. As a matter of fact, everywhere you go, someone is going to comment on how hot it is but you know what I have always found amazing? Hot as it is, people are still porch sitting. Porch sitting is its own culture and for the… Read more »

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Paint it Blue

    If I ask you to close your eyes and picture your dream porch. What does it look like? Got a picture in your head? Here’s mine, it’s big wrap-around porch with rocking chairs, beside at least one of the rockers is a lazy dog, there are hanging Macho Ferns, a cat sleeping on… Read more »

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Hot Hoods! November Edition

  Find out the hottest New Orleans neighborhoods in November! Scroll down for the full list!    New Orleans hot neighborhoods for October are as followed: 0-$100k: St. Roch & St. Claude $100-$200k: New Orleans East $200-$300k: Central City & Gentilly $300-$400k: Gentilly $400-$500k: Lakeview $500k-$750k: Uptown $750k-$1M: Lower Garden District $1M and Up: Audubon  … Read more »

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Flourishing Fairgrounds

  The Fairgrounds neighborhood in New Orleans is one where there is a healthy mix of business and residential. Being in the Fairgrounds means you can easily walk to your coffee shop or neighborhood pub. But, you will also know all your neighbors and can borrow a cup of sugar. While their residents get to… Read more »

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Serene St. Anthony/Milneburg

  St. Anthony & Milneburg are subdistricts are of the Filmore neighborhood in New Orleans. They are close to the lake, a quick ride to City Park, and have easy access to the interstate. They are both considered some of the most affordable neighborhoods left in the city. While mainly residential, check out a few… Read more »

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Happenin’ Hollygrove

  Hollygrove is a quiet, mainly residential, New Orleans neighborhood. They have lots of little shotguns and cottages gracing their streets. It’s one of the very few affordable neighborhoods left in the city. With bumpy streets, working class residents, and great location – it’s a perfect spot to call home.   Al and Al’s One Stop… Read more »

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