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Fences, Gates and Entries on St. Charles Avenue in New Orleans….

Saturday, January 18th, 2014

Elegant Entries on St. Charles Avenue

 

The details on the gates, fences and entry ways is always amazing for thses historic homes on St. Charles Avenue.  Its often easy to overlook the details but once you take a picute and focus in then you really get to see the workmanship and attention to detail…

Wrougth Iron Fence on St. Charles

New Orleans Home with Wrought Iron Fence...

Porches and Trees, Keep you cooler in New Orleans Summers

Thursday, July 11th, 2013

Uptown New Orleans Homes, Large tree
Home among the trees in New Orleans

Could not imagine living in New Orleans with the Summer Heat without the trees or lovely porches that we have. The variety of porches in this town are second to none.  Maybe that is why people here tend to be out going as they are out more…Air Conditioning has changed lifestyles but these porches are like the smile on a home…

Home on General Pershing, New Orleans, Under the Tree...

The Plantation Look in City of New Orleans…Just a few of many Historic Homes

Monday, April 22nd, 2013

New Orleans Homes, Plantation Like

 New Orleans Homes. Plantation Look

 

Porches of New Orleans Homes

 New Orleans Historic Homes, Center Hall

    Love these old homes and it does remind you of a plantation of yesterday and some may just very well be.  But these are in a urban area in Uptown New Orleans.  If you do a lot of walking you just stumble on these and wonder how you have missed these.  These are just a few that I walked across the past week.  Bet my friend Angela would like one of these…lol..

New Orleans Historic Homes, Lots of details in 2013…The Test of Time

Tuesday, January 1st, 2013

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Lower Garden District Porches in New Orleans Homes

 

New Orleans Homes, Historic Details 1

       Taking photos of historic homes allows you to focus on the many details that you will find in New Orleans.  They are detailed and colorful.  They have stood the test of time.  They give each home its unique look.  Its like the human eye quickly looks and its hard t get the details. Happy New Year 2013…

Historic New Orleans Garden District Home with Wrought Iron Galleries

Tuesday, November 20th, 2012

      This First Street Home in the New Orleans Garden District is always an eye catcher.  The front is great but the side galleries are something else.  This home was built in 1869 and is known as the Carroll-Brown House.  Mostly Italianate in style with extensive wrought iron which was attached at a later date.  We can call this a New Orleans ” grande maison”.

 

Garden District Homes, Focus on the Porches Today….

Friday, May 25th, 2012

        Historic Homes in the New Orleans Garden District have some of the best porches in the world.  From small simple porche to large elegant ones , they are all a showcase of how people lived before air conditioning and electricity.  The porch was a place to visit on,  a place to keep the sun and rain off, and above all a place to enjoy your neighborhood.  People used them daily and nightly.  Glad they are still all here.

 

New Orleans Decorates for the Holidays, Porches and large windows make it easy…

Tuesday, December 6th, 2011

     New Orleans loves to decorate for Christmas.  This is one colorful one from around Coliseum Square that just got decorated.  Its a newly redone condo at 1446 Camp Street.  Its new construction basically around the historic features of this pre-Civil War home in the New Orleans lower Garden District.   She had more to do but it looked great to me.

Historic details of the door, Historic New Orleans Homes…

Wednesday, February 9th, 2011

New Orleans Homes, Historic details of the door

      You will have to look closely to catch many of these small details that can be found in many New Orleans histooric homes.  You have to walk and then focus on some of the smaller features.  This had to done over 150 years ago.  She must be keeping an eye on who comes and goes.

French Quarter Favorite in New Orleans, Just has that punch….

Saturday, January 15th, 2011

Barracks Street Favorite, French Quarter Homes

      I have always liked this house on Barracks in the New Orleans French Quarter.  The owner always has some great hanging baskets.  The colors just seem to fit into the theme.  It directly across the street from the dog park or Cabrini  Park.  You can always see more if walk the more residentail areas of the French Quarter.

Garden District Home, New Orleans

Friday, November 5th, 2010

Victorian Uptown Historic Home

     This house has always caught my attention when I walk the Garden District.  It has got to be the colors that attract my attention and the detailed paint job.  It must have cost $25,000 plus to paint a house in such detail. I found this in a history of historic homes and it was painted all white in 1992. Just sharing !!