Historic House Listings

Saved from being lost forever! The Amet Lougarre House, Circa 1856 in Louisiana. $99,000

December 21, 2021

This home was saved from being lost forever and is now looking for someone to continue the journey and the work! A lot of work has already been completed, like all of the exterior trim! The Amet Lougarre House was built in 1856. It is located on .68 acres in Moreauville, Louisiana. the home features a covered front porch, covered back porch, original hardwood floors, wainscoting, crown molding, transom windows and double front doors. There is a detached building on the property. Three bedrooms, three bathrooms and 2,621 square feet. $99,000

Contact Stacie Greene with Greene Properties of Louisiana: 225-718-0170

From the Zillow listing:


Circa 1856 Amet Lougarre home has been rescued from the immediate danger it was facing of being lost forever and is looking for the right person to continue its journey. All Victorian era cypress rails, bracketing and corbels restored and recreated with 100+ year old -Old growth Cypress. Finished off with two fresh coats of historically accurate Sherwin Williams super paint. This solid cypress home was rewired and plumbed in the late 1970s-early 1980’s with copper Romex and copper/PVC. Utilities are on and functioning in the home. 3+ bedrooms and 3 baths. Interior features 3 sets of double mahogany doors in center foyer, staircase room and to rear den and kitchen. Main bedroom and 2 baths downstairs, 2 bedrooms and a bath as well as office/additional living area upstairs. Per historical trust, this house cannot be moved from its current location. OWNER/AGENT


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