The finest home in New Orleans. This one of a kind Garden District mansion is a spectacular display of Italianate Neoclassical architecture. Historically known as the "Robinson House," the home, built between 1859 and 1865, was intended to be the finest in the city, a claim that still holds true today. The grand facade, with its double galleries and elaborate lace ironwork, is matched by an exquisite interior with unsurpassed scale and detail. 16ft ceilings display frescoes by Dominique Canova and elegant mouldings, pediments and medallions adorn every room. Magnificent grounds feature a large carriage house, luxurious pool, 4 fountains, immaculate landscaping, bricked pathways and 100ft brick drive. Meticulously renovated and restored, this antibellum gem is a once in a lifetime offering.
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