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    • Patricia Spicuzza

      Brick Walls surround the Courtyard Garden, with cast iron fountain and boxwood hedges, at the Beauregard-Keyes House in historic New Orleans, LA

    • Malia Carden

      the historic Beauregard-Keyes House, one of New Orleans’ best known historic homes. The Beauregard-Keyes House, built in 1826 for wealthy auctioneer Joseph LeCarpentier, is a fine example of a raised center hall house. It is named for two of its former residents, Confederate General Pierre Gustave Toutant (P.G.T.) Beauregard and author Frances Parkinson Keyes. In addition to public tours, the house and garden are available for private events, including weddings, receptions and parties. Listed on the National Registry of Historic Places Located in the historic French Quarter 1113 Chartres Street New Orleans LA 70116 (504) 523-7257

    • Carol Bond Weddings

      Beauregard-Keyes House, one of New Orleans best known historic homes. The Beauregard-Keyes House, built in 1826 for wealthy auctioneer Joseph LeCarpentier, is a fine example of a raised center hall house. It is named for two of its former residents, Confederate General Pierre Gustave Toutant (P.G.T.) Beauregard and author Frances Parkinson Keyes. Beautiful wedding venue

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    Historical Beauregard-Keyes House, 1113 Chartres St. - French Quarter. Built in 1826 for a wealthy auctioneer LeCarpentio (sp?).Then the home of Confederate General Pierre Gustave Toutant Beauregard from 1866-1868 (after the Civil War.)The famous author Frances Parkinson Keyes used this as her winter residence for 25 years until her death in 1970. She left it and other valuables to a foundation so all could enjoy it. Open to the public, abt 10 dollars per person. Guided tour by appt. I think.

    Blue shutters, French Quarter. Photo Rebecca Plotnick via Etsy.