This extravagantly decorated apartment acts as the "owner's unit" of an 1833 building that is perhaps one of the purest representations of Creole architecture in the Big Easy, according to our friends at Curbed NOLA. The elaborate double residence is the work of Joseph Peralta, who was commissioned by French doctor Paul La Croix, who also owned a nearby bank. Casual.
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