Rising gracefully up from the hillside, the two-story house includes four bedrooms, four bathrooms and two partial baths. Balconies wrap around the buildings offering up plentiful outdoor entertaining spaces and gorgeous lakefront views.
The second floor balcony of this New Orleans home, built and restored in Second Empire style, invites guests to sit along the wrap-around deck, lined with wrought iron, and overlooking views of the live oaks growing along Esplanade Avenue.
An ipe wood deck wraps around the modern home, providing plenty of space for outdoor entertaining. If the weather isn't cooperating, move the party indoors, where oversized windows offer uninterrupted views of the scenery.
Stone walls, sloping beamed ceilings and a mural that wraps the space turns this kids' room into a whimsical, child-like dreamland. Beds are built into niches around the room, allowing ample space for young guests. A wood balcony overlooks a window seat that filters in natural light.