Muralist’s Former Historic Home Hits New Orleans Market

The $1.65 million price tag includes a three-bedroom carriage house and one-bedroom garden apartment, reports Curbed.

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The New Orleans home is where Paul Ninas, muralist of famous Sazerac Bar, lived and worked. The $1.65 million price tag includes a three-bedroom carriage house and one-bedroom garden apartment, reports <a href="http://curbed.com/archives/2013/03/27/former-new-orleans-home-of-sazerac-bar-muralist-listed.php" target="_blank">Curbed</a>.
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A pop of peach brightens up the stairwell.
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The home is full of impressive doorways, such as these two.
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In the home, you'll find six black marble mantles.
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One of the home's 5.5 baths.
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Slanted, paneled ceilings, exposed brick, and a poppy black and white checkered floor are among the interesting details in one of the bedrooms.
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A gorgeous courtyard in the back offers a garden and plenty of privacy.
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The home has a beautiful wrought iron balcony.
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An outstanding view of Espalade and downtown.
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There's a three-bedroom carriage house on the property.
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The guest house has artistic detailing that matches that of the main house.
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