New Orleans Neighborhoods
Undoubtedly New Orleans is one of the most unique cities in the United States. With a history dating back to the early 1700′s and unlike the rest of early american it was a French colony not English, thus even to this day New Orleans stands out in its architecture, culture, and general day-to-day living and has been aptly nick named The Big Easy.
While a few of its neighborhoods have become nationally renowned, like its French Quarter, there are many hidden jewels along its winding roads and streetcar tracks that are worthy of exploration if you are privileged to visit this fine city. Why not utilize the links below to explore additional information regarding a few of these gems.
Architecturally Broadmoor is diverse with Spanish, Mission Revival, Shotgun, and Bungalow home designs in abundant supply.
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Carrollton was incorporated as its own township in 1845 and was named after General William Carroll, and it was annexed as a part of New Orleans in 1874.
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Central City originated much of New Orleans’s early jazz culture and residents included several Jazz greats such as King Oliver, Kid Ory, and of course Buddy Bolden many times credited with inventing the Jazz genre.
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New Orleans is internationally known for its magnificent private clubs and English Turn will not disappoint with its gorgeous environment and top of the line recreational facilities.
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French Quarter Real Estate
The Real Estate in and around the French Quarter is particularly pricey, yet property values are high due to its historic nature, rich architecture, and its location on higher ground next to the Mississippi River.
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Garden District Real Estate
The Garden District was designed in the early 1800′s as an open residential area with a system of interleaved public parks, fountains, and canals as an example of early Greek Revival.
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Uptown New Orleans Real Estate
Uptown New Orleans is a self contained New Orleans neighborhood full of 19th century homes many of which are maintained in pristine condition, along with many mom and pop restaurants, shops, and galleries.
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The Warehouse District, also known as The Arts District, is like a cat with 9 lives. Initially created for shipping storage and now sees a new contemporary neighborhood life in what many are calling ’The Soho of the South’.
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