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French Quarter

Missing Mardi Gras? Snag This Historic Chartres Condo And Be There Next Year

By Bethany Erickson | January 20, 2019 | Comments Off on Missing Mardi Gras? Snag This Historic Chartres Condo And Be There Next Year

On a street lined historic homes, in a neighborhood full of historic homes, this week’s historical shelter may be small, but it’s also the antidote for any Mardi Gras FOMO you might be experiencing this year. After all, if you’ve been flicking through photos of all the festivities going on right now, you might also […]

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Laissez Les Bon Temps Rouler in This Charming Vieux Carre Home

By Bethany Erickson | October 14, 2018 | Comments Off on Laissez Les Bon Temps Rouler in This Charming Vieux Carre Home

It’s difficult to find an area more steeped in history — and more fun at the same time — than the Vieux Carre (or you know, French Quarter) of New Orleans. Which is why we fairly screamed when we saw this absolute charmer of a home at the edge of the quarter, just a couple […]

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NOLA Nest: Buying in the Big Easy’s French Quarter is For The Party Hearty

By valeriejarvie | June 21, 2016 | Comments Off on NOLA Nest: Buying in the Big Easy’s French Quarter is For The Party Hearty

  New Orleans, dripping with charm and history, a tourism mecca known for jazz music, boisterous fun and a world-class culinary scene.  In high times (such as Mardi Gras, Jazz Fest, and bowl games) lodging rates skyrocket to the advantage of second home owners who wish to vacate and lease out their properties. And for […]

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Rollin’ on the River: New Orleans Offers More Than Beads and Booze in The French Quarter

By Jon Anderson | June 20, 2016 | Comments Off on Rollin’ on the River: New Orleans Offers More Than Beads and Booze in The French Quarter

Katrina reminded us that New Orleans is a city built in a bowl, and that when conditions are right, water will fill the bowl. Jiminy Crickets, the city’s drink is a Hurricane. For me, that means looking for a second home on the rim of the bowl.  Fortunately, my natural inclination is to live off the […]

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