Looking to put seven strangers into a house to find out what happens when you combine hormones with alcohol? Then consider this 7 bedroom, 8 bath 8,813-sq-ft historic home in Uptown New Orleans that seemed to work so well for the twenty-fourth season of The Real World, which just hit the market for $3.3M. The home has tons of historic details and "lustrous wood flooring" that are just waiting for a group of wilding kids to destroy.
And not much has changed since the reality show filmed there in 2010, except the decor is slightly brighter and the whole place has been thoroughly disinfected. Click here for a side-by-side comparison of today's house versus when it appeared on the series.
· Before & After: “The Real World New Orleans” House Got a Makeover and Is Back on the Market [Hooked on Houses]
· 1633 Dufossat St, New Orleans [Latter & Blum]