Fabulous, Historic French Manor Home with 17 beautiful acres on the Bayou Teche. Registered with the National Historic Register, built by Martin Duralde, commandant of the Opelousas post from 1795 to 1803 during Spanish rule of the Louisiana territory. On the grounds there are replicas of a Carriage House and Summer Kitchen with finished interiors with full baths and kitchens plus a replica of a two story pigeoniere. The main home has beamed ceilings, cypress floors, 3 fireplaces, a veranda on the second floor plus 4 bedrooms and 3 baths. The kitchen has brick floors, copper countertops, dishwasher, and a range/oven. Walls on the bottom floor are solid brick and on the second floor walls are wood and brick construction.
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