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As you come to the end of St. Charles Ave.in New Orleans, The Home Styles Change

Monday, August 12th, 2013

St. Charles Ave, Yellow and Green Cottage...

 

As you move down St. Charles Ave towards Carrollton Ave. you are actually moving along a time line of newer and newer homes.  This area was not always part of New Orleans and was developed at a later date than the homes on the Avenue closer to town.  Its the 1890’s to the 1910’s.  The variety is even greater as you begin to have more Victorian Homes, Country Cottages and much more.

The Carrollton Area wa annexed to New Orleans in 1874 but maintained its own identity for much longer with its own shopping areas with a more country feel.  The common thread was the streetcar line that runs along Carrollton Ave. after turning off St. Charles.

Pink Victorian on St. Charles Ave, New Orleans

Lavender Mansion on St. Charles Ave, New Orleans

New Orleans Mansions on St. Charles Ave…Wedding Cake House…

Sunday, March 31st, 2013

IWedding Cake Home on St. Charles in New Orleans

Wedding Cake Home in New Orleans

      The New Orleans Mansion located at 5809 St. Charles is often called the “Wedding Cake Home” with all the design on the while home.  It was built in 1896 foor the cost of $13,265.  How prices have changed.  Its a good example of Colonial Revival Style…It had to be rebuilt in 1907 from a large fire.

Moving down the rails, Photos get a little harder to take….

Tuesday, December 27th, 2011

 

 

 

    My idea was to see how many nice photos I could take while riding the St. Charles Ave. Streetcar line last week.  It became much harder than I thought to take photos while we are moving along at a nice clip to view but much more difficult to take photos. I did get a lot of trees and some out of focus ones.  The idea was great but a good time was had.