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High-End Living with Flair in Audubon

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The New Orleans neighborhood of Audubon is defined by stately mansions, gracious porches, European architecture and oak-lined streets. Located near Uptown, Audubon is a widely renowned area in New Orleans. Situated along picturesque St. Charles Avenue near Tulane and Loyola Universities and Audubon Park, the area is about 15 minutes from the Central Business District. With the oldest continuing streetcar line in the country, it is the epicenter of grand, family-friendly parades during Carnival season. Homes often feature 16-foot ceilings, ornate finishes, luxury kitchens and bathrooms, floor-to-ceiling windows, front porches, balconies and large areas for entertaining. The average active listing price in this area for a 12-month period was $726,560 with an average price of almost $270 per square foot. The average size home sold was 2,850 square feet.

  • Parks/Outdoor

    Nearyby, New Orleans’ Audubon Park boasts 300 acres of public green space, a 1.8 mile jogging path, an equestrian center offering horse boarding and riding lessons, tennis courts, lagoons, baseball and soccer fields, birding and an 18-hole golf course that is impeccably maintained. In addition, the nationally respected Audubon Zoo, with more than 2,000 animals, is a prominent park amenity.


  • Shopping

    New Orleans’ Audubon residents find locally-owned and national supermarkets, pharmacies, home goods stores and restaurants just outside their doorsteps. They can also reach famed Magazine Street in minutes for six miles of high-end “door-to-door” retail stretching from Audubon Park all the way to the Central Business District. Gourmet food, pastry and wine shops, specialty stores, art galleries, clothing, shoe and bridal couture boutiques, spas and antique shops make Magazine Street shopping easy and fun.


Residents of Audubon often send their children to these private schools: