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Christmas Lights, Nights and Decor in New Orleans…So much to see..!!

Sunday, December 14th, 2014

St. Charles Ave. Lights and Oaks, The Home4400 Block of St. Charles Ave.

     There is a lot of decorations in New Orleans during the holiday season.  Here are a few that I sat this week. Most are free.  Bring your own egg nog and enjoy the sights and sounds. Its easy to see why so many more people want to make New Orleans a second home.  We may not have seasonal weather but we do celebrate a lot.

Lighted Oak Trees on St. CharlesSt. Charles Ave home that decorates all oaks on lot

Tree of Plants at City ParkBotanical Gardens Tree….

Red Bows Uptown New Orleans Home                                                   Uptown New Orleans Homes, Red Bows….

City Park CarouselCarousel in City Park

Christian Brothers School at City ParkChristian Brothers School in City Park

New Orleans Warehouse District Condos, Lets take a peak…..

Monday, February 18th, 2013

     This is a recent condo that I listed in the New Orleans Warehouse District.  It sold 3 days later on Super Bowl Sunday.  Nice things in this market do tend to sell quickly.  Second homes in New Orleans are are very hot in 2013.  The New Orleans Warehouse District is home to many condos and sales are happening everyday.

New Orleans Warehouse District Collage

RangerMapwithDowntownOn

 

The Warehouse District Condos are becoming a place for second homes!

Friday, January 22nd, 2010

760 Magazine Place Condos Buildings

      The New Orleans Warehouse District is where old buildings have been converted into condos.  This was once a sausage factory and meat packing plant 100 years ago.  They have been converted into condos.  Many are becoming second homes for people staying here parts of the year.  Most of the units are historic and have been updated making them very pleasant spots.

     You are 7 blocks to the French Quarter.  You are 4 blocks to the Mississippi River and the Riverwalk.  You can walk to the Super Dome and the New Orleans Area.  You are 4 blocks to the Convention Center, World War II Museum, blocks to Harrah’s Casino and many world class places to eat.  An easy walk to catch the St. Charles Ave. street to Uptown and points beyond.  You can stay a weekend and never use the car.  Walk everywhere!!

760 Magazine Place Condos living area