Beauregard-Keyes House
Beauregard-Keyes House

Beauregard-Keyes House

Top 1% of attractions in New Orleans
8 / 10

7 expert reviews

“During the late 1940s beloved American author Frances Parkinson Keyes (1885-1970) restored this 1826 Louisiana raised cottage.”

– Michelin Guide

"The Confederate general and Louisiana native P.G.T. Beauregard briefly made his home at this stately 19th-century mansion." Full review
"This "raised cottage," with its Doric columns and handsome twin staircases, was built as a residence by a wealthy New Orleans auctioneer, Joseph LeCarpentier, in 1826." Full review
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"Fine example of a raised hall home with great guides."
Travel + Leisure
"This classic Victorian house is a beautiful restoration of the home of Confederate General Pierre Beauregard, as well as American author Francis Keyes. Originally built in 1826, it has..." Full review
"This beautifully restored 1826 villa and garden was the home of Confederate General P.G.T. Beauregard and novelist Francis Parkinson Keyes. " Full review
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