Condos on and near Magazine Street
There are quite a few condo complexes between Washington Avenue and Jackson Avenue in New Orleans on the edge of the New Orleans Garden District. There are others on St. Charles, Washington Avenue and Jackson Avenue. Let me take you to the adjacent neighborhood and we will take a look at many of the Garden District Homes.
It’s great to live next to such historic neighborhoods. If you like to walk you will like the neighborhood even more. More and more people are discovering this area as a great place to be as a second home. I have sold a number of second homes and primary residences to students and young professionals that love the area.
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Let’s Check out Garden District Historic Homes in New Orleans.
Just walk the Garden District neighborhood with me to see all sizes and styles of historic homes that you will come across. This is just a small sample of some of the homes you will walk by.
A Short history before we take our walk. The Garden District was developed from 1832 to 1900. It was several large plantations that were sold as large parcels of land to mainly wealthy English Americans who did not live in the Creole French Quarter. It became the City of Lafayette in 1833 before being annexed as part of New Orleans in 1852.
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