1890 Blue Lady by Architect Charles Lambert Reduced to $2.35M (PHOTOS)

1890 Blue Lady by Architect Charles Lambert Reduced to $2.35M

$2,350,000 | Built c.1890 | 4,071 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 2.5 Baths | 0.27 Acres
5718 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

A quintessential Victorian home by architect Charles Lambert on New Orleans St. Charles Avenue has been reduced to $2.35 million after listing in 2018 in $3.5 million. The historic 1890 home, known as the Blue Lady, is on the National Historic Registry and includes over 4,100 square feet in the main house and an additional 500 square feet in the carriage house. Lovingly maintained and restored, the home is filled with period millwork and includes leaded windows, four working fireplaces, a grand staircase and cypress cabinetry. Whether you’re enjoying a warm evening on the home’s large porch or entertaining family in the many formal rooms, this gorgeous Victorian is suited for both large scale groups and intimate private living. There are three bedrooms and three bathrooms as well as a swimming pool hidden behind an 8 foot high planter wall. There is a detached garage and gated off street parking as well. The Blue Lady is on the market for $2.35 million with David Dominguez of Re/Max.

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