This residence on St. Andrews Square was inspired by a late 19th century Colonial Revival home in the Uptown section of New Orleans. It was designed by architect Thomas Sully, whose other designs in New Orleans included the St. Charles Hotel. Sully was the grand nephew and namesake of the famous portrait painter Thomas Sully, whose subjects included John Quincy Adams, Marquis de Lafayette, Thomas Jefferson and Queen Victoria. The Colonial Revival style spanned the 19th and 20th centuries, although from 1870 to 1900 the Colonial theme was typically married with more elaboration.
St. Andrew's Square - New Orleans
Era: Victorian
Style: Colonial Revival (1870-1940)
4071 St. Andrew’s Square
6000 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans (1895)
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