Tag Archives: Ernesto Caldeira
It’s got a pool, a guest house, a studio/barn, a woodworking shop, and equipment shed, and even a sculpture garden.
Open spaces, and it blends with nature and opens comfortably to the outside with decks and windows and doors. Continue reading
Architecturally outstanding and in a great location, 604 Esplanade was built in 1834, as an elegant single family home, on the downriver end of the French Quarter. Esplanade Avenue was known for its grand homes and this home was especially … Continue reading
Styles come and go but classic architecture endures; and 209 Arlington is a fine example of a good Victorian house built with a center hall, a basic four room plan of earlier days, but with Victorian flourishes that give it … Continue reading
This grand old Greek Revival bank building has anchored the Natchez downtown business district for almost two hundred years . . . unchanged and as solid as the day it was built. It has a huge open highly decorated and … Continue reading
OFFERED AT $1,200,000 In Natchez, on the Mississippi, with well over a hundred fine antebellum homes, it is significant to be one of the homes on their famed Spring or Fall Pilgrimages. Rip Rap has been a tour home for … Continue reading