Case No. 18-12232
Exquisite Mansion in Exclusive Audubon Place, New Orleans!
Private community with 24-hour security and guarded entrance.
18 Audubon Place, New Orleans, LA 70118
On-Site - December 19th - 10:00 a.m.
Property Information Package Survey
This magnificent, 9367 +/- SF, Colonial style mansion, built in 1913 by architect Emile Weil, who also designed the Saenger Theater, includes: 7 large bedrooms, 5 ½ baths including an elaborate marble master bath & dressing area, gourmet kitchen with custom appointments, sunroom, library, pool on a huge 100’ x 196’ +/- lot, rich details throughout and much more! Annual Home Owner Dues: $12,500
Audubon Place was designed by George Blackwelder, a Fort Worth, Texas developer, in the 1890's as a millionaires enclave. There are twenty-eight homes on Audubon Place and most homes there were built in the 1900's in various revival styles. It's located on a private street just off St. Charles Ave. next to Tulane University and across from Audubon Park behind a decorative iron arch and two turreted stone gatehouses.