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Built in 1938 and featured in the February 2004 edition of In Register Magazine, this newly remodeled home is filled with luxury, elegance, history and southern charm.

The antique plantation bell and gate that leads to the patio was a gift to the original owners from a Mississippi Senator.

The bricks used for the flooring, walkways and patio are over 150 years old and came from a New Roads plantation.

The wrought iron fence, thought to be over 200 years old, came from a New Orleans cemetery.

The windows in the home, which seem to on every wall, are original.

The church pews on the front porch were rescued from an abandoned church in Fernwood, Mississippi.

The mirror in the hall leading to the kitchen was made by the original owner of the home, Buddy Larguier, Sr. The antique phone that hangs in the keeping room is original to this historical gem and both remain in the home.

Three AC units cool the home efficiently and allow for more control.

The antique cypress front door is original to the home, as is the doorbell, kickplate and mail slot that adorn it.

The suite above the garage features it's own bath and a private balcony that's shaded in the afternoon.

The keeping room and yard are wired for surround sound and the speakers in the keeping room remain.

Perfectly located, this spacious home is minutes from campus, and walking distance to all the shopping and dining that the re-energized Southdowns business district has to offer.

Less than three blocks from the LSU Lakes, it's perfect for runners, cyclists, or anyone that wants to lead a more active, healthy lifestyle.

Other features: Original heart pine flooring, 12+ foot cathedral ceilings, stainless steel appliances (Thermador & Bosch), granite countertops, brick and mexican tile flooring, crown molding, original 6-inch baseboards, footed cabinetry in master bath, and much more!