23 Oak Alley, Marrero, LA
New Listing!! Fabulous floor plan in Plantation Estate. Open and comfortable, vaulted ceilings, fireplace, inground pool with waterfalls and hot tub make this home great for entertaining. Garden tub, bonus room and more. Asking $369K
1822-1824 Louisiana Ave., New Orleans, LA
New Listing!! Renovated Double only 2 blocks to St. Charles Avenue. Newer Kitchen with dining area. Private bedrooms with closets towards back of unit. New bath fixtures and tub, inside laundry and side door. Asking $199K
320-322, 322B Alix St., New Orleans, LA
New Listing! Great Victorian 3-plex in excellent condition. Beautiful wood floors, 9ft pocket doors, stainless steel appliances in kitchen and more. A must see. Asking $319K
722 Spring Thyme Drive, Belle Chasse, LA – Sold!
This lovely home offers wood floors, granite counters in spacious kitchen with all stainless steel appliances. Living room with fireplace, patio, large yard and more. Asking $335K
11521 Patterson Road, New Orleans, LA
Beautiful 3 bedroom and 3 1/2 bath Southern style home on 7.58 Acres has gourmet kitchen with marble counters, stainless steel appliances and breakfast bar. Recessed lighting, ceramic tiles,wood floors, inground pool, and a pool house. Asking $575K
1030 Jena Street, New Orleans, LA – Sold!
Beautiful crown molding, baseboard, wood floors and large windows throughout. It has 4 bedrooms and 2 1/2 bath with front and rear balconies. A block from parade route. A must see!
3705 Lake Catherine Drive, Harvey, LA – Sold!
Sold! Elegant Colonial with many updates including new kitchen appliances, a remodeled guest bath, new garden tub, wireless ADT security system, inground salt water pool and more.
4513/15 S. Tonti St, New Orleans, LA – SOLD!
SOLD! Large 2 story partially gutted home in Broadmoor. Can be renovated to be a double or just one large beautiful home. In high demand area. For more info, call Ron at 504-309-1700.
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