A stress-free afternoon drive viewing houses of the historic Garden District clears away the cobwebs and reminds me how much I love what I do.
“Architecture mirrors eternal harmony….music echoes it.”
—Otto Van Simpon
Smooth jazz provides the background music while arches, and columns, and pillars (oh, my!) provide architectural eye candy.
Today’s self-guided tour along brick-lined streets and Louisiana bayous set a serene scene.
My Louisiana Parade of Homes series was a labor of love, and today’s post featuring local residential properties near and dear to my architectural and historical home loving heart is no different.
Blame the darkness in several of the images on a late afternoon in February cold front rolling across the area.
Just to name a few architectural styles of the houses of the historic Garden District.
Modern architectural elements stand out among the grounds of these stately homes and manicured gardens.
The blooms of spring will make a grand statement and give me yet another reason to visit the Garden District.
One of several antique horse head hitching posts in the neighborhood.
Curb appeal allure is first found in the brick-lined street fronting the detailed brickwork of this single family stunner.
Have a wonderful weekend!