June 2020

Found 6 blog entries for June 2020.

From a stylish Warehouse District condo to a sizeable family home in Broadmoor to a beautiful Victorian double in Mid-City -- there are many lovely New Orleans houses in and around the $500,000 price range, in attractive neighborhoods across the city.  Whether you prefer new construction, historic charm, a home with rental income, a large fixer/upper, or the ability to walk to parks, restaurants, shops and retail, you’ll find plenty of interesting options. Check out some of our favorites here:

1912-14 Washington Ave, New Orleans, LA 70113

6301 Fleur de Lis Dr, New Orleans, LA 70124 

220 Decatur St, New Orleans, LA

823-25 N. Gayoso St, New Orleans, LA 70119

87 E Park Place, New Orleans, LA 70124 

 

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As a new homeowner, it’s important to make your new home feel like you. One of the simplest and most impactful ways to do so is to customize your front door by painting it a new color. A bold dose of fresh color gives an instant stamp of personalization and uniqueness to your home. For the month of June, and a nod to pride month, I’ve highlighted some of the best paint colors from our favorite brands down the spectrum and suggested friendly compliments to them for all of your exterior color scheme needs. 

 Incarnadine by Farrow and Ball is a classic, regal crimson for a bold front door. This deep hue stands out as all-American with a historic twist and is brought to life when paired with crisp, bright whites and sophisticated black colors with a

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There’s so much to love about classic New Orleans architecture – from traditional Shotgun homes and Creole Cottages to Craftsman and Victorian styles, and more. Whether you appreciate the ubiquitous Shotgun with its long, rectangular shape and high ceilings, the Creole Cottage’s wooden shutters and gabled roof, the Craftsman style’s handcrafted simplicity and clean, horizontal lines, or the Victorian style’s gingerbread woodwork details, you’ll find them in various neighborhoods across the city, full of historical charm and just waiting for you to take a peek.

See a few of our favorites below:

Shotguns

 

4420 Annunciation St, New Orleans, LA 70115

1906 France St, New Orleans, LA 70117

Creole Cottage

 

613 Second St,

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Wishing you had a swimming pool to keep you company this summer? A home with a pool is the ultimate luxury, offering you a haven from the heat and a staycation without ever leaving home. After all, nothing’s more refreshing or relaxing than a pool, whether you’re splashing with the kids, floating with the sun on your face, or having a cocktail while you dangle your toes in the water. Check out these homes that feature beautiful pools and picture yourself taking a dip.

608 Iona St, Metairie, LA 70005

920 Louisiana Ave, New Orleans, LA 70115 

443 Bellaire Dr, New Orleans, LA

6514 Pratt Dr, New Orleans, LA 70122 

336 Rosa Ave, Metairie, LA 70005

3622 Camp St, New Orleans, LA 70115

 

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An oak tree-lined area of Uptown New Orleans, Broadmoor is a diverse community known for its vital neighborhood association. Roughly bounded by South Jefferson Davis Parkway to the north, South Claiborne Avenue to the south, Nashville Avenue the west and Toledano Street/Washington Avenue to the east, Broadmoor is centrally located with easy access to Tulane and Loyola Universities, the Freret Street corridor, downtown, and I-10.

The Broadmoor Improvement Association is a non-profit organization that serves the residents who live, work, and play in the community through a coordinated network of anchor institutions, faith-based partners, and businesses. Founded in 1930, it offers everything from free and low-cost arts & wellness services and

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Rêve | Realtors is taking a stand and will not tolerate injustice. We will not remain silent about a problem that plagues our community and our great nation. Black Lives Matter. We will work together to open our minds and hearts and educate ourselves and our community, to make this world a better place for all mankind. 

Organizations you can donate to:

Players Coalition - Demario Davis of the New Orleans Saints works with the Players Coalition to end social injustices and racial inequality so future generations have the opportunity to thrive without barriers.

Son Of A Saint - Son of a Saint exists for these boys, providing mentorship, education, recreation, camaraderie, cultural enrichment, emotional support and helping to fill the void for

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