The airy new construction is a stone’s throw from Tipitina’s.
By Missy Wilkinson
It would be hard to pick a more quintessentially New Orleans spot than this corner lot on Napoleon Avenue. If you lived here, you’d be one block away from Tipitina’s, and Mardi Gras parades would line up in the neutral ground that’s basically your front yard. The new construction fits into this storied neighborhood seamlessly, thanks to its camelback silhouette, floor-to-ceiling windows, wrought iron railings, and transoms. Inside, though, it’s decidedly modern, partly because of the furnishings placed by Chameleon Staging.
On the first floor, there’s a formal entrance and a hall that leads to a dining room. In the rear, where you’ll find an open living area, the vibe gets more casual. There, a series of glass double doors overlooks the fenced backyard (with off-street parking) and opens to a back porch. It’s a layout that’s conducive to entertaining—as is the Uptown location. The butler’s pantry, wine cooler, and Viking appliances don’t hurt, either.
The home has four bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms, which include glass enclosure showers, tile work, and a soaking tub. Hardwood floors are present throughout the home’s 3,242 square feet.
This asking price for this Uptown camelback is $975,000.