C. 1950 French Provincial Manor in New Orleans Lists for $1.99 Million in Louisiana

Katie Witry, Witry Collective Real Estate

C. 1950 French Provincial Manor in New Orleans Lists for $1.99 Million in Louisiana

$1,995,000 | 1953 | 3,986 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 3.5+ Baths | 0.19 Acres
2856 Camp St, New Orleans, LA 70115

French Provincial Manor in the prestigious Garden District, boasting Chateau-esque architectural charm on a double corner lot. The stucco facade, arched vestibule, French doors, gas lanterns, workable shutters, copper gutters, wrought iron fence, and Mansard slate roof create a captivating exterior. Inside, discover a well-appointed residence featuring 4 bedrooms, 3 full baths, 2 half baths, a formal living room, a dining room, an office with a gas fireplace, and an oversized sunroom with floor-to-ceiling windows offering panoramic views of the saltwater gunite pool, water fountain, expansive patio, and lush backyard oasis. The property was built in the 1950s; the current seller has made numerous improvements and renovations.

Katie Witry, Witry Collective Real Estate

Don’t miss the stunning, renovated chef’s kitchen at the heart of the home with an oversized island, marble counters, backsplash, custom cabinets, stainless steel high-end appliances, and a water filtration system with reverse osmosis. Relax in the luxurious primary en-suite, an oversized bathroom with a soaking tub, separate shower, and double vanities. Flooded with natural light, the home showcases a seamless flow, ample storage, a large oversized patio, and the convenience of a whole-house generator. A finished third floor offers an additional 363 + sq. ft. of bonus flex space not included in the living square footage.

Katie Witry, Witry Collective Real Estate

The secure two-car garage provides a private entrance, enhancing the compound-like feel. The Garden District offers 24-hour security, and the location is steps away from iconic restaurants such as Commander’s Palace, coffee shops, boutiques, and the St. Charles Streetcar. Embrace the charm of New Orleans living at the intersection of Louisiana, Magazine, Washington, and St. Charles Avenue. Flood Zone X, recent street repairs, repaving, and new drainage add to the property’s appeal. Experience the epitome of Southern elegance and lifestyle in this meticulously maintained home.


Katie Witrykatie@wcnola.com • (504) 919-8585
Brett A. Rectorbrett@wcnola.com • (504) 453-2277
Witry Collective, LLC
Photography Credit: Witry Collective, LLC

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