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March 2020- Houston

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rare and unique opportunity to purchase an iconic turn-of-the-century mansion in New Orleans. Audubon Place, the grandest private residential park in the city, was built at the turn of the century in The University Section. It is across St. Charles Avenue from Audubon Park, and adjacent to Tulane University. Twenty-eight architecturally significant homes face the park. These properties rarely come up for sale. Gracefully positioned at 18 Audubon Place, this 9,364-square- foot Beaux Arts mansion is situated on substantial grounds with a pool. The home was designed in 1913 by the renowned architect Emile Weil, who is responsible for many iconic buildings in the region. It contains impressive original millwork, custom cabinetry, fireplaces with marble mantels, high ceilings, leaded-glass windows, grand staircases and beautiful crown moulding. All are intact and refurbished to original condition. Recent improvements meticulously match the original architectural style and include a ceramic roof, copper gutters, repairs to the flooring, and plaster and paint repairs inside and out. The kitchen and bathroom fixtures have been removed. This property is in "white-box" condition with exquisite bones and provides a clean slate for a new owner to complete renovations and customize the home exactly as they desire. House Square Footage: 9,364 Grounds: 19,550 Square Feet 7 Bedrooms 5.5 Baths In-Ground Pool Architect Emile Weil, 1913 Price $5,500,000 Co-Listing: Sydney Anderson 504.236.7507 Chris Meeks 504.723.7748 Audubon Place New Orleans

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