Benachi House and Gardens -- New Orleans, Louisiana
The Benachi House is set on the historic Bayou Road in a picturesque scene surrounded by oaks, sycamores, palm, and magnolia trees. Nicholas M. Benachi, Consul of Greece in New Orleans and lucrative businessman, built the house in 1848 in the Greek Revival style as evidenced by its bold symmetry, Greek Key doorways, and banded cornice moldings. The house has nine bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a carriage house, and a lot that holds parking for seven. The Benachi House was featured on Episodes of “Orleans” and “The Big Easy” and continues to be considered for possible film locations. Damages sustained by the house during hurricane Katrina have been completely repaired. Price: $3.995 million... Read More →
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