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$775,000


Once in a Lifetime Opportunity to own a piece of History! Circa 1848 the Vallette- Barrett Plantation, a classic Louisiana Greek Revival Center Hall. This majestic estate and has been a New Orleans Designated Landmark since 1984. Stunning original architectural features included 3 floors, formal parlors, 10 foot ceilings, stunning lush landscaped grounds, 4 balconies, floor to ceiling windows. Original hard wood floors, mill work. The most significant home located in coveted historic Algiers Point.

Latter & Blum
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Jennifer T. Keller, Real Estate Agent
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Jennifer T. Keller
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Property details

General Information

Bedrooms
4
Full Baths
2
Current List Price
$775,000
Listed Date
Aug 12, 2020
Status
Active
Home Type
Detached
Square Feet
3,499

Location

County
Orleans

Location

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Directions

Travel Opelousas Avenue towards the River, turn right on Vallette Street, the property is on the corner of Vallette Street and Pelican A

Bounding Streets

Patterson St, Belleville St, Alix St, and Verret S


Community

Algiers

Located on the Westbank just across the Mississippi from New Orleans, Algiers Point shares a similar beauty and historical significance that the Crescent City is known for. In fact, this musical neighborhood is a part of the same Parish and is an integral part of the culture of New Orleans.

Nearly 300 years old, Algiers proudly stands on the Local and National Register of Historic places. Its cultural significance carries over to the real estate market where late 19th Century architecture is plentiful. Many homes for sale in Algiers Point include beautiful estates built in the Victorian and Italian-Age styles, as well as newer, modern properties.

A trip around this beautiful neighborhood will open up a world of exciting exploration. The Algiers Point Association looks after quality of life in the neighborhood and sponsors an annual home tour of Algiers Point real estate in October. The springtime counterpart to the tour is the Old Algiers RiverFest, which draws thousands to the Westbank to sample amazing New Orleans food, music, and crafts. Algiers also boasts a number of gorgeous public parks and a three mile levee that are great for sunny day recreation.

You’ll love the small town charm of Algiers while being a short ferry ride across Mississippi River away from the French Quarter and Central Business District


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Jennifer T. Keller, Real Estate Agent
Co-Presented By
Jennifer T. Keller
  • 504 628 5894