These lagniappe properties include a church dating to 1854, a renovated 1920s corner store, and a new urban infill development.
Shotgun House Tour
This shotgun home with a spacious side gallery marries a restored historic structure with a modern addition to the back.
Nicknamed “petite grande” by its owners, this camelback shotgun has a serene screened-in back porch and a large collection of family treasures.
Award-winning coffee roaster sets up shop in Algeirs Point
Tall ceilings, original wood floors, fireplaces, plaster medallions and a still-functioning pair of huge pocket doors all come together to transport visitors to another time.
A new wave of home and business owners are investing in Old Algiers.
This charming shotgun house demonstrates an evolution of architectural styles and boasts a beautifully-landscaped back yard.
Built after the great fire of 1895, this beautiful double-shotgun in Algiers Point is adorned with hand-carved millwork, beautiful wood flooring and original solid wood doors.
This delightful sidehall shotgun is filled with bold artwork, bright paint colors, architectural salvage, and natural light.
This year’s bonus house for the Shotgun House Tour is a raised centerhall cottage boasting a spacious porch and an impressive art collection.
A lighthouse has stood guard over Lake Pontchartrain for nearly 200 years. Spring is the perfect time to explore the site, learn about a special piece of New Orleans history, and enjoy a picnic on the shore.
With soaring ceilings, wood floors, and original millwork, this shotgun was love-at-first-sight with its homeowner.