Tag: New Orleans real estate


Touro Neighborhood Street Names

  As you wander the streets of New Orleans, many people wonder where the street names derive from. The Touro street names are derived from generals, battles, and even just family names. While the Touro neighborhood itself was named after a doctor who founded the hospital in the area, the street names tell us more about… Read more »

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Marigny Homes For Sale: New Orleans Real Estate

  Are you considering making the Marigny home? This New Orleans neighborhood offers walkability, live music, bars, restaurants, shops, amazing old architecture, and somehow still maintains a neighborhood feel. When looking to buy your next pad, the Marigny just might be the spot you’ve been searching for.   This New Orleans neighborhood was filled with Creole… Read more »

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Don’t sleep your nights away: What’s for sale in the French Quarter

  Raucous, late-night, and passing a good time all are words associated with French Quarter living. While there are parts of the Quarter that are seemingly quieter than others, you can almost always find a tourist or line cook wandering down any street, at any time of the night. Vieux Carre living is not for… Read more »

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Country Clubs in New Orleans

  New Orleans is a far cry from a city you would typically associate with country clubs – but there are many residents who want them. Pool, tennis, golf, and a clubhouse are all amenities that many seek out when purchasing their New Orleans home.   Some neighborhoods in the greater New Orleans area include… Read more »

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Bottles Up

How did bottle trees become a tradition in the South? Here is a condensed history lesson!    Start Saving Your Bottles Traditionally, bottle trees are made up of bottles saved over the course of years.  Any type of bottle can be used, but I think it’s most common to see wine and/or beer bottles used… Read more »

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