Hey buddy, could you spare $10.3mil?

On the corner of Ursuline and Royal in the French Quarter of New Orleans sits this beautiful 12,000+ square foot shack, sporting 8 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, and enough gated parking for 15 cars. It may just be the most expensive home in the French Quarter, and it is amazing.

Google Maps photo of 620 Ursuline

According to NOLA.com, it was a shipbuilder who had it designed and built in the early 1900s. Judging by its list price, the home has stood the test of time. And, judging by the $10.3 million asking price, it just may be the most expensive home in the French Quarter!

Some of the features include a widow's walk (with a great view), one of the largest private courtyards in the Quarter, tall shuttered windows, wrap-around balcony, pool, two-story guest house, and potential to hold the envy of any property owner within 100 square blocks!

Google Maps photo of 620 Ursuline

Two fireplaces, a muraled dining room, billiard room, an 1100-bottle wine room, and a spiral-staircased widow's walk which overlooks the courtyard and the city don't even come close to rounding out all of the amenities of this home.

Google Maps photo of 620 Ursuline

Am I getting a commission on the sale with this post? Yes, but only in my dreams. I just wanted you to see the interior (as shown on NOLA.com) of this home and the courtyard yourself because I know that I have been wanting to tour this home ever since I first laid eyes on it.

(Google, NOLA)