1853 Garden District Mansion, loaded with history and distinguished provenance! The home was originally built by Thomas Gilmour, an English cotton merchant. The Gilmour Heirs then sold to John M. Parker, Jr. who served as Governor of Louisiana from 1920-1924. The meticulously restored home sits on a beautifully-manicured 126×154′ corner lot in the heart of the Garden District. This historic property features 6 bedrooms, 5 1/2 baths, an elevator, guest quarters and a gated driveway with a 2 car garage.  Please contact Patrick Christovich at 504.610.5454 for a private showing and details on the most recent updates.