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Someone Just Bought Paul Prudhomme’s Marigny Home

It has a ‘stained glass depiction of the chef’

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The late Paul Prudhomme’s multi-building residence and compound just sold for 2.45 million dollars, reports City Business. The Marigny property has three single-family homes, a pool house, and a warehouse on one lot, totaling 10,288 square feet. It was the most high dollar home sold in New Orleans this week.

The compound includes a commercial kitchen, “trompe l’oeil walls, pools and pool house, gardens, water features, a stained glass depiction of the chef, and an amazing bathtub with blue and white tiled steps,” according to Curbed. Note that the bathtub is a massive tub with a small staircase descending down into it. Another room is completely covered in trellis.

The house hit the market a month after Prudhomme’s death in 2015 with an asking price of $3,385,000, according to Curbed New Orleans.

Take a peak at the property here and here.

Prudhomme died in 2015. He was 75.

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The Late Paul Prudhomme’s ‘Marigny Compound’ Hits the Market for $3.385M [CURBED NOLA]

Louisiana Legend Paul Prudhomme Dead at 75 [E]

Paul Prudhomme’s Former compound sells for $2.4M to Top Weekly Sales [CITY BUSINESS]

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