Garden District

Past Meets Present in the Garden District

Like much of New Orleans, the Garden District is full of history, displayed in its local points of interest and housing styles. This area was first developed in the 1800s as a collection of plantations and Southern mansions, which were later sold as New Orleans became more urban. That's why you'll often see 19th-century mansions along the same street as homes developed much later.

But today, the Garden District of New Orleans has plenty of unique features and homes to make living in this urban neighborhood a treat.

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The Garden District is Rich with History

Have you ever wanted to own a piece of history? In the Garden District, you can do much more than own it — you can live in it! This New Orleans neighborhood is full of historic architecture popular in the South, from Victorian side hall cottages to antebellum mansions, all surrounded by the ancient oak trees that are icons of this area. 

The historic homes in the Garden District often have tall ceilings, pine floors, victory gardens, and winding staircases. But you can also find affordable condos throughout this area. 


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Don't Miss Commander's Palace

If you love history and cuisine, you'll love living in the Garden District. And what better place to combine the two than at the locally famous Commander's Palace restaurant? It has been in operation since the late 1800s and features cocktails, jazz music, elegant chandeliers, and Creole fare, all within a building that's an unmistakable "Commander's Blue."

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Southern-Style Residences

While the Garden District is popular today, it has been a top choice among residents for at least a century. The homes are grand and timeless, with Victorian-style properties and magnificent mansions adding to the charming and classic look that the Garden District is known for.  


You Don't Want to Miss the Excitement

What's Nearby?

New Orleans's Garden District is filled with some of the best restaurants in the city, including Commander's Palace, the most famous restaurant in all of New Orleans. But besides its unique places to eat, the Garden District has several places worth discovering. There's the Buckner Mansion, 1239 First Street (the home of novelist Anne Rice), and the Briggs-Staub House. 


Fun Things to Do

Shopping & Dining: Commander's Palace and eateries on Magazine Street

Commute Info

Local Transit: St. Charles Avenue Streetcar, New Orleans Regional Transit Authority buses
French Quarter: 5 miles
Highways: Pontchartrain Expressway

Schools

Private Schools: Louise S. McGehee School


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There's So Much to Discover in the Garden District

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