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The 'Real World' House is Back on the Market, Asking $2.65M

After taking a hiatus around this time last year, the Uptown house that once housed the bad decision parade of "The Real World: New Orleans" and Hornets baller Baron Davis, is back on the market. In September 2014 the house was going for $2,750,000, and now it's asking $2,650,000. Davis sold the mansion in 2010 for $1.5 million and tried for $3.3 million back in 2012, and ever since that price keeps getting chopped. Completely rid of the garish Mardi Gras decor from its "Real World" days, the elegant home boasts 9,000-square-feet of space, six bedrooms with the master suite on the third floor (which you can access via elevator), eight bathrooms, a couple of kitchens and dens, several balconies, and a stunning pool patio set-up.

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