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Types of Homes in Lakeview, New Orleans

Lakeview, a picturesque neighborhood in New Orleans, is characterized by a diverse range of architectural styles. The community boasts of spacious homes, apartments, and condos, most of which are within walking and biking distance to the shore of the lake. One of the unique characteristics of this neighborhood is the architectural variety of the homes, which are more modern than in the historic districts of the city. Gracious columns, lines, and archways framed with subtropical greenery greet one upon arriving home. The majority of the homes are traditional raised cottages and mid-century ranch homes, lending the area a classic beauty. Many houses boast well-manicured lawns and intricate landscaping, accentuating the neighborhood's scenic charm. Yet, Lakeview is also home to contemporary and luxuriously modern houses, featuring cutting-edge designs and amenities, offering a blend of old-world charm and modern sophistication.

Things to Do

The Lakeview neighborhood in New Orleans is a hub of activities and attractions. A stroll down Harrison Avenue will take you past an array of shops, restaurants, and coffee houses. The New Basin Canal Park is a popular spot for outdoor enthusiasts, where one can enjoy a serene walk, jog or bike along its trails. Residents of Lakeview have two magnificent parks at their disposal, the New Basin Canal Park and City Park. Both have expansive areas for relaxing, playing, and exercising. Here one may find quiet from the bustle of the day. Within City Park in Lakeview, off of Filmore Ave, is Equest Farm, a premier riding club serving the greater New Orleans area. Yet, horseback riding is only one of the opportunities of Lakeview. The community is perfect for those who avidly pursue boating, sailing, and fishing. Home to two yacht clubs, Lakeview boasts of the second oldest yacht club in the United States, Southern Yacht Club. Destroyed in Hurricane Katrina, the clubhouse was rebuilt in 2009 and the tradition continues today. Indeed, Lakeview has a unique personality from its proximity to the salt water of Lake Ponchartrain. Walking among the homes, one picks up scents of magnolias and tropical flowers blended with the salt water of the Lake. The effect is intoxicating.

Places to Eat

Lakeview is a gastronomical delight offering an array of dining options. Mondo, a restaurant by renowned chef Susan Spicer, is a neighborhood staple serving global cuisine with a New Orleans twist. For Italian lovers, Rizzuto's Ristorante & Chop House offers the finest Italian cuisine complemented by a selection of prime steaks. If you're in the mood for something casual yet delicious, Lakeview Harbor’s burgers and seafood dishes are a must-try. If you're looking for a flavorful breakfast or brunch, check out the iconic Another Broken Egg Cafe, a favorite among locals for its Creole-inspired dishes. For sushi lovers, Koz's Kitchen offers a variety of authentic sushi and sashimi options. The Steak Knife Restaurant & Bar is an upscale dining spot that has been serving standout steaks and seafood in an intimate atmosphere for decades. Looking for some comfort food? The Station 4311 is a popular spot, known for its gourmet sandwiches and handcrafted coffee drinks. Finally, for a sweet finish, don't miss out on the delectable desserts at the famous Angelo Brocato's Italian Ice Cream Parlor. Lakeview truly offers a world of flavors to explore.


Education in Lakeview is well-regarded with a selection of highly-rated schools. Hynes Charter School is recognized for its French immersion program and strong academic record. Mount Carmel Academy, a Catholic high school for girls, is known for its emphasis on academic excellence and character building.

Your Lakeview Real Estate Agent

Are you searching for real estate listings in the Lakeview neighborhood of New Orleans? Jason Lapene Real Estate specializes in helping you find homes for sale in the Lakeview area. As experienced Lakeview area Realtors, we can provide you with valuable information about the local market. Feel free to contact us for details on Lakeview area schools and nearby amenities such as restaurants, things to do and airports.