New Orleans Residences

 

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800 Block of Camp Street
800 Block of Camp Street

New Orleans Townhouse built in 1840 for the Leslie Family. Corner of Camp and St. Joseph. Front & Side facades.

The Gilmore House
The Gilmore House

St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, LA Designed by Albert Diettel, architect. Destroyed by fire in the 1980s.

Nathaniel Newton Wilkinson Residence
Nathaniel Newton Wilkinson Residence

Carrolton Avenue, New Orleans, LA The Tudor Gothic Villa was built in 1849 by Wilkinson. Inspired by the designs of Andrew Jackson Downing.

The Robert A. Grinnan Residence
The Robert A. Grinnan Residence

Prytania St., Garden District, New Orleans Built in 1850 for Grinnan and designed by Henry Howard, architect.

"Halls Row"
"Halls Row"

Coliseum St., Garden District, New Orleans Eight Greek Revival and Italianate designed side-hall shotgun row houses built in 1868 for John Hall.

817 Dumaine Street
817 Dumaine Street

French Quarter, New Orleans, LA

deBoisblanc Residence
deBoisblanc Residence

Carrolton Avenue, New Orleans, LA

619 Bourbon Street Townhouse
619 Bourbon Street Townhouse

French Quarter, New Orleans, LA

Henry S. Buckner Mansion
Henry S. Buckner Mansion

Jackson Ave., New Orleans, LA Built in 1856 for Buckner, and designed by Lewis E. Reynolds, architect. Was Soule College from 1923 to 1975.

Dr. George W. Campbell Mansion
Dr. George W. Campbell Mansion

St. Charles St., (corner of Julia) Built in the late 1850s, designed by L. E. Reynolds, architect, and demolished in 1965.

Dufour-Baldwin House
Dufour-Baldwin House

Esplanade Ave., New Orleans, LA Built in 1859 for Cyprien Dufour and designed by architects Henry Howard and Albert Diettel.

Nicholas Burke Residence
Nicholas Burke Residence

St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, LA Built in 1896 for Nicholas Burke. Designed by Toledano and Reusch, architects.

The DeBoisBlanc Residence
The DeBoisBlanc Residence

North Rampart Street, New Orleans, LA Built in 1850s for the deBoisBlanc Family and later became the New Orleans Athletic Club.

Toby-Westfeldt House
Toby-Westfeldt House

Prytania St., Garden District, New Orleans Built in the 1838 for Thomas Toby. Purchased by the Dugan family in 1858.

St. Martin Townhouse
St. Martin Townhouse

Bourbon St., French Quarter, New Orleans

The Sheppard Brown Mansion
The Sheppard Brown Mansion

Coliseum Street, New Orleans, LA Built for Mrs. Shepperd Brown in 1850. Became the residence of W. B. Schmidt in 1871. Demolished. Only the fence and front door remain.

The 700 Block of Camp Street
The 700 Block of Camp Street

Row of elegant 1830s townhouses facing Camp Street across from St. Patrick's Church.

713-15 and 717 Camp Street
713-15 and 717 Camp Street

717 Camp was built in 1838 for Henry Palfrey. 713-15 Camp was built in 1852 by James Gallier for Dr. Weiderstrandt.

Gallier House
Gallier House

Royal St., French Quarter, New Orleans Built for and designed by James Gallier, Jr., architect, in 1857.

South Rampart Street Residences
South Rampart Street Residences

The large residence of Charles Kock (1857) on the left, with residences of Rion, Cenas, McCall and Behan.

The McCall Townhouse
The McCall Townhouse

South Rampart Street, New Orleans Built for Evans Jones McCall in 1853, designed by Henry Howard.

E. T. Robinson Mansion
E. T. Robinson Mansion

1456 Camp St., New Orleans, LA Built for Robinson in 1858, and then sold to Frederick Del Bondio in 1865. Became the Sophie B. Wright Institute and then the Catherine Club.

The Luling Mansion
The Luling Mansion

Esplanade Ave, New Orleans, LA Built for Florenco A. Luling and completed in 1865. In 1871, Luling sold the estate to the Louisiana Jockey Club.

176-178 St. Charles Street
176-178 St. Charles Street

700 Block of St. Charles Street. Pair of 1830s Townhouses. Later remodeled and enlarged to be the Orleans Hotel.

Burnside Place, Garden District
Burnside Place, Garden District

Washington Ave., New Orleans, LA Built in 1854 for James Robb and designed by James Gallier. Sold to John Burnside in 1859. Became Newcomb College in 1889. Demolished in 1954.