Garden District (New Orleans, LA)
By Eric Bouler, Listening to your Needs
( Gardner Realtors, Licensed in La.)
Magazine Street, New Orleans       There are so many condos in New Orleans that are within easy walking distance of Magazine.  People like to walk around to shop, eat and drink. Its worth looking at for full time and second homers as their is so much to do in the area.  Lets take a look...       The Magazine Street Experience      Magazine Street is almost 5 miles from Canal Street to Audubon Park. Magazine Street runs through Audubon Park as it nears the River Road by the Mississippi River. This is how shopping was before the malls came to town.  Magazine Street in the Warehouse DistrictTownhomes on Magazine Next to World War II MuseumSoda Shop at World War II Museum on Magazine StreetMagazine Street Historic Homes in Lower Garden DistrictBeginning to see more Businesse's in Lower Gar...
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By Eric Bouler, Listening to your Needs
( Gardner Realtors, Licensed in La.)
New Orleans Garden DistrictThe Neighborhood and Historic HomesReview of the Neighborhood via PhotosLarge homes with large lots.... Known for Large Yards and Historic FeaturesHistoric Mansions in the Garden District, One of ManyOne of the First Spec. Homes in the USA in the 1870'sAnother Spec. Cottage. There are Seven of them on same Street.Worth Millions, So Many Historic DetailsVictorian Mansion, Large Yard, Porch,Pretty Windows, Well Kept as most R.Famous for the Wrought Iron Fences,Galleries and PorchesJackson Avenue Mansion, Once Soule' Bussiness College 
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By Eric Bouler, Listening to your Needs
( Gardner Realtors, Licensed in La.)
New Orleans Garden DistrictThe Neighborhood and Historic HomesReview of the Neighborhood via PhotosThis is an older area with large lots Known for Large Yards and Historic FeaturesHistoric Mansions in the Garden District, One of ManyOne of the First Spec. Homes in the USA in the 1870'sAnother Spec. Cottage. There are Seven of them on same Street.Worth Millions, So Many Historic DetailsVictorian Mansion, Large Yard, Porch,Pretty Windows, Well Kept as most R.Famous for the Wrought Iron Fences,Galleries and PorchesJackson Avenue Mansion, Once Soule' Bussiness College 
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By Eric Bouler, Listening to your Needs
( Gardner Realtors, Licensed in La.)
Jackson Avenue CondosEdge of Garden District    There are a number of Condos on Jackson Avenue between Magazine Street and St. Charles Avenue. This makes it an easy walk to Magazine Street and St. Charles Avenue. There are several on Prytania Street near the intersection of Jackson Avenue. I call most of these neighborhood  condos as they are surrounded by residential homes on the edge of the Garden District. 1450 Jackson Avenue Historic Condos    1441 Jackson Avenue,Corner of Prytania1436 Jackson Avenue Condos, 5 Stories, Large Units1430 Jackson Ave., More Recent Conversion1129 Jackson Avenue Townhome Condos, Near MagazineCorner of Jackson Ave. and Constance Street1002 Jackson Avenue, Corner of Constance. Irish Channel.
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By Eric Bouler, Listening to your Needs
( Gardner Realtors, Licensed in La.)
Garden District CondosMagazine Street CondosNew Orleans La.      Most of the historic condos in the Garden District neighborhood are on Magazine Street. This is the edge of the Garden District. Most are located between Jackson Avenue and Louisiana Avenue. There are few in the Garden District proper but not that many.        The Magazine Street Condos in this area are a great location to be near shopping, eating, and site seeing. Most are easy parking with designated spots and others have easy street parking.        I have sold a number of condos in the area. A large number of these sales were for medical students and residents as it is close to the Tulane and LSU medical school. The cost was less than the Warehouse District. of the students and parents have held on to the condos and now...
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By Eric Bouler, Listening to your Needs
( Gardner Realtors, Licensed in La.)
Every year St. Patrick's Day in the New Orleans Irish Channel is celebrated on Third St. between Magazine and Constance streets.  Tracey's and Parasol's are the highlight of the party. They celebrate with a huge block party with entertainment, food, drinks and games.  All in Green. Green shirts, green glasses, green socks, green beads, green hair and any thing else left to the imagination.  You’ll find the entire block packed with people coming out of these tiny neighborhood bars.   Food and drinks are plentiful.  A great deal of locals show their Irish by dressing in kilts, dancing Irish gigs, playing games with their green beer.    Since 1952, Parasol's has been ground zero for St. Patrick"s  Day in New Orleans.   Tracey's was the original Irish  Channel bar established in the 1949.  ...
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By Eric Bouler, Listening to your Needs
( Gardner Realtors, Licensed in La.)
2512 Magazine Street Condo GLarge Top Floor UnitNew Orleans Garden District "Only $249,512"2/2 with Gated Parking 1300 Sq. Ft.Always Great to Talk About the Neighborhood, Click to View Blog about This...         This is a large top floor condo with two bedrooms and two baths. The kitchen is open. The ceilings are vaulted. Laminated wood floors in living area with large laundry room. There are many closets in the condo. The parking is gated parking in the rear of the historic complex. It is the only top floor unit.         This complex is between Second and Third Street in the Garden District. Not far from Jackson Avenue and Washington Avenue. Great place to walk to stores, Eats and Drinks. You can sit on the front porch by the front yard.            It is an easy place for visitors and ...
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