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Monday, December 31, 2012

Crime down again....

Following the Neighborhood Watch meeting of November 27, 2012
there seems to have been a reduction in the number of break-ins.

You can always check for yourself using this tool.

Stay alert. Say hello to your neighbors. Watch out for each other.

And have a Happy New Year.

Sunday, December 30, 2012

FEMA Funds for Roadwork in Carrollton?

The City hosted a presentation in October 2013 on Street Repairs:

on p. 69 the "Road to Recovery Program" is outlined:

This is part of a larger City-wide, multi-year infrastructure repair/recovery effort funded by FEMA.
 The intent of the Recovery Roads Program is to restore the roads and sidewalks in the City to their pre-Katrina condition. 
Only damage directly attributed to Hurricane Katrina as determined by FEMA on minor (non-federal) streets is eligible for repair under this program. 
This program will be managed on a neighborhood-by-neighborhood basis.

Though the intended audience was contractors and such – Neighborhoods have not been given a similar presentation.

Looks like the Carrollton Area is not included in the priority list for FEMA funded projects.

Although according to p.8, the Carrollton area is awaiting a "new PW [project worksheet]. So it may be that FEMA has not yet approved work for this area yet.

Yet p.71 says:

All 72 neighborhood assessments have been completed as of Spring 2012.

So... are there funds or aren't their funds for Carrollton?

And for what kinds of "repairs"?

Visit for more detailed street projects information.
And, if you are still unsure, know that you are in good company.

Go Denise Reed

Read Bob Marshall today (even if it means that you have to go to Nola.Com).

Denise Reed of UNO and Cheif Scientist at The Water Institue of the Gulf says the Panama Canal and the dreging needed for deep draft vessels and the resultant dredged sediment could help rebuild our coast.... but we have to be willing to think about "realignment" of our coast.  Birdfoot delta.... maybe not.

If all the options have to be on the table then ....
all the options have to be on the table.
MORE sediment from dredging going into rebuilding our wetlands is a good thing.

Now if only Charles Groat wasn't also on the staff of The Water Institute of the Gulf.

Saturday, December 29, 2012

Hollygrove Market & Farm

just across Earhart from NorthWest Carrollton
@ 8301 Olive Street, New Orleans, LA 70118
Hollygrove Market & Farm
You have got to love a city where all this
Fresh produce, Duck, Free Range Chickens, Ground Lamb, Wild caught Shrimp
is just blocks away....
support your local farmers & fishers, shrimpers, crabbers....

Friday, December 28, 2012

8222 Apple - sheriff sale or demolition

The property (at 8222 Apple) came to a adjudication hearing 12/3/2012, and was found guilty of blight and public nuisance. After 30 days passes from that adjudication hearing to allow the judgment to be officially recorded, the file will be reviewed by Code for an abatement program (either Sheriff’s Sale or demolition).

We hate to lose any historic housing stock but NorthWest Carrollton will take no position on the potential demolition of this property.

Thursday, December 27, 2012

Lake Terrace "blight owner" has property in NorthWest Carrollton

This property at 2416 DANTE ST was renovated postKatrina
and could be a nice addition to the neighborhood.

But we've had to report DMK Acquisitions & Properties, LLC for blight.
The grass was cut once after it was reported for blight but as the owner is "troubled" we hope that the administration's solution for Lake Terrace includes a solution for ALL the property owned by DMK Acquisitions & Properties, LLC and Ken Charity.

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Pizza Delivery - Call Fresco on Maple

Want Pizza delivered in NorthWest Carrollton ????
Fresco on Maple delivers great pizza & you can Order online!

Naked Pizza won't deliver to NorthWest Carrollton.
13 blocks away from their "LAB" and no delivery.
They wasted their advertizing dollars and sent this to a NorthWest Carrollton addres.
Naked Pizza won't deliver 13 blocks away

But when you go to their website
Naked Pizza
and try to order delivery
Naked Pizza no delivery
Their pizza is not good enough to drive to pick up.

Sunday, December 23, 2012

Caroling in Palmer Park

Many people know about Caroling in Jackson Square....
But there is also Caroling in Palmer Park ....
right on the edge of NorthWest Carrollton

Click Here to see photos of this year's event

Saturday, December 22, 2012

Trees - Quality of Life - why we plant

NorthWest Carrollton has worked with Hike for KaTREEna to plant trees in our small neighborhood.  I've been asked of all the things that the neighborhood could focus on: "Why trees?" 

On 7 Dec2012 - Science Magazine published a report on "Large Old Trees" that answered the questions

Large old trees "are keystone structures in forests, woodlands, savannas, agricultural landscapes, and urban areas, playing unique ecological roles not provided by younger, smaller trees. However, populations of large old trees are rapidly declining in many parts of the world, with serious implications for ecosystem integrity and biodiversity."

"Large old trees also store large quantities of carbon, create distinct microenvironments characterized by high levels of soil nutrients and plant species richness, play crucial roles in local hydrological regimes...."

Hydorlogical regimes... for urban areas mean that they help with rain water absorbtion and flood control.

"The loss of large old trees is a recognized concern in many ecosystems worldwide."
And this is why we lobby to have any old oak along Carrollon Ave replaced with a new oak.

And why we encourage our neighbors to plant the largest tree thay can in the area available.  For many this is not a tree that will grow into a "large tree" but one that is smaller, a crepe myrtle, a citrus, a red bud. But when ever possible we plant trees that will grow large because the benefits for the neighborhood and the global climate is worth it.

Domino Sugar... Tour what's REAL

Domino Sugar Refinery is more than 100 years old
AND the largest in the Western Hemisphere.

and as Stephen Tuck of Brunswick East, Australia said;
"emphasizing the parish's history as part of its tourism gives visitors a real chance to get to know the world of its residents, past and present. As the great historian, Manning Clark, once observed, to understand a place, it's not enough to read about it: You need to see and feel it.
Inevitably, visitors will tend to be drawn to the glamour and party atmosphere of the French Quarter. But others (like me), who long ago fell in love with Louisiana, will jump at anything that lets us get a little closer to the heart and soul of a beautiful city."

Come and Visit.... Keep it Real.

Friday, December 21, 2012

Corps may have to do the right thing! Oh My!

Corps may have to deliver more sediment!


The Corps of Engineers, the organization almost singularly responsible for the destruction of the Louisiana's Wetlands may be forced to thinking about the need Americas Wetlands have for sediment from the River!?!

What a concept!    

To do what Mother Nature intended.

"State officials also have had a running battle with the corps over its decision not to use sediment dredged from the river "beneficially," by piping it to locations where it can build land. The corps responds that it is limited in the amount it can spend on such beneficial use projects by Congress.
Another federal law authorizes the spending of $100 million on such beneficial use projects, but Congress has never appropriated money for that program."

So is it CONGRESS or is it the Corps? OR is it the ineptitude of both?

"It is crystal clear that the corps management of the Mississippi River is the largest ongoing cause of wetlands loss in the United States," said Garret Graves, chairman of the state Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority and coastal advisor to Gov. Bobby Jindal. "When you think that this is the agency responsible for regulating wetlands, their actions are hypocritical, to say the least."

8415 Pritchard Place

CW Renola LLC to Amanda Jean Wiseley Morisseau and Peter Morisseau Jr.

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Urban Trees as Crime Stoppers

NorthWest Carrollton has worked with Hike for KaTREEna to plant trees in our small neighborhood. I've been asked of all the things that the neighborhood could focus on: "Why trees?" 

And I've answered because trees fight crime.  And I know it sounds silly.
"But a new study ( by the University of Vermont’s Transportation Research Center, in Burlington, found that a 10 percent increase in trees in a given area led to a 12 percent decrease in crime."

As the article in December 2012 - Natural Awakings says:
"The working hypothesis is that because people enjoy spending time in pleasant outdoor spaces, there are more observers present to hinder criminal activity. Also, a well-maintained landscape seems to send a message that someone may be watching.

and lest you think that this only works for neighborhoods that are already "well maintained and landscaped"
"To avoid culture bias, the study considered many socioeconomic factors, including housing, age, income and race of residents, as well as variables such as rural versus city setting and population density. The findings should prove helpful to urban planners."

Wednesday, December 19, 2012


12/18/2012 10:07 PM
Case #: L2625612


Date: 12/18/2012 11:21 AM
Case Number: L2036112

Location: 8400 BLOCK OF APRICOT ST
Date: 12/14/2012 10:44 PM
Case Number: L2036112

Sunday, December 16, 2012

Homeownership & Neighborhoods

New Orleans, and the NorthWest Carrollton corner of it, is a city of renters & owners.
For the city the breakdown is about 50-50%.  And NorthWest Carrollton is holding at just under 60% renter 40% owner.
But we are edging more toward owners.

And .... nothing against the many wonderful renters in NorthWest Carrollton....
this is good.

Here are some quotes from the 12/16/12 TP Real Estate Section.
National Association of Realtors:
"Home ownership allows households to accumulate weath and social status and is the basis fir a number of positive social, economic, family and civic outcomes"
A little flowery and true only if the financial industry doesn't foul things up again. But yeah, we think that home owners have made a commitment to the place, they have vested interest and this does lead to "positive social & civic outcomes".

As Victor M. Andrews says: in the TP 12/16/12 Real Estate:
"It also speaks to being part of something larger - a community and a sense of belonging."

"A homeowner is making an investment in their community",
says Chip Gardner of GARNER , Realtors.

"It's a sense of security and establishing a sense of community",
says ReRe Avego of RE/MAX Real Estate Partners. "It's like getting a place to belong."

The NAR study (National Association of Realtors) indicates that,
"Home ownership boosts the education performance of children, induces higher participation in civic and volunteering activitt, improves health care outcomes,"...

"It's a sign of stabilty in a community if there's home ownership by individuals," said Danielle Triche of COLDWELL BANKER TEC Realtors.

The NAR study indicates,
"With home purchase comes the pride of ownership and the sense of belonging where one had a financial stake in the neighborhood."
"Also ownership entails a greater individual responsibility."
"Homeownership  <snip> is a long-term commitment, which may alter human behavior."

So, when we respond as a Neighborhood and Civic Association that we think more home owners is better for the neighborhood and property values and our collective security, the data backs us up.

Saturday, December 15, 2012

8200 Pritchard Place - something not quite right

We've been contacted a number of times on this property at 8200 Pritchard Place.

Something appears to be not quite right. 

Why does a residential property need a recently placed (without a permit) door with an ENTRANCE sign on it?
8300 Pritchard Place

And WHY are there so frequently old cabs parked and sometimes left to side on the side of the house on Dublin Street?

And what kind of death trap is this stairway? Dangerous @ 8200 Pritchard

We have requested that Safety & Permits take a look at 8200 Pritchard Place and tell us if it is complaint with the Zoning and Codes that apply to our little neighborhood.
We'll see what they say.

8331 Belfast Blight

The house at 8331 Belfast has blight issues and abandoned vehicles on the property. IMAG2337

The grass is uncut... the photos were taken in December. Imagine July.
The dark blue vehicle was reported to NOPD as being parked on the sidewalk & has now been moved to the sideyard. The clock is ticking on this vehicle. The vehicle in the back has been on the property for quite sometime and is being reported using this photo.

There is an open window in the rear of the house. As the house is open to the elements and as there have been a series of break-ins in the neighborhood there is concern that this open property could lead to more trouble in the form of fire of squatters.

We've requested that an inspector be sent to the property and associated this properyt with an adjacent 311 Case #89664.

2632 Belfast - Backyard Blight & Break-in fright

The front of 2683 Belfast would pass a blight inspection.....
The back.... not so much.

There is a 311 Case #82932 on this address.

Here are the supporting photos:
The back window has been pushed in. And neighbors say they have heard people in the house. When the weather gets cold, any empty open house is a potential location for folks to try and get out of the weather and get warm. And warm means maybe fire and fire and empty houses are not good.
2632 Dante

Additionally the grass in the back is allowed to grow wild. 
It is Decemeber, imagine the yard in July. 

And there is garbage stacked up and left for months and months.
There are bags lining the back of the house that were filled with grass clippings and other garbage that have been there so long they are now flattened.

There is a garage that is covered with overgrowth. There are rodents.



8300 Block of Belfast -> blighted from Dante

IMAG2328<<<<Take a look at this lovely home.

And imagine having to look at this as you entered your front door:
Back of Dante from Belfast
This is the back yard of 2634 Dante

8222 Apple .... still a problem with a case number CEHB-12-0604

We are reporting 8222 Apple .... number CEHB-12-0604
We know that a notice was sent on 10/25/2012.

But we wanted you all to be aware of the current status

The photos in this link were taken on a lovely sunny day this past June 2012.

The photos below were taken on a slightly foggy morning this December 2012.
While the house has had the grass in the front cut, it is still open to the elements: side windows, back door, and the roof.  Additionally there is a water leak under the house.
The photos should speak for themselves. PLEASE send an inspector out the house and move the house through the blight process again.  It is dangerous.
8222 Apple - water leak under house
IMAG2350IMAG2348 IMAG2349

We're waiting for the hearing date to be set:
8222 Apple

Neighborhood Watch Meeting Followup

Starting in August and continuing to get worse through Novemeber...
there has been a rash of break-ins in the neighborhood, smash and grab, mostly through back or side windows some toolsheds & garages.  It seemed our little neighborhood had become a target. There were also a number of auto burglaries, one robbery with a rifle.    Representatives from NorthWest Carrollton attended the Night Out against Crime in Palmer Park in October.  We arranged to have a Neighborhood Watch Meeting in November. We attended the 2nd District's NONPACC meeting and signed up to track all reported crime in a .5 mile radius centered on Incarnate Word School.  The break-ins continued.

We created flyers to let people know that there would be a Neighborhood Watch Meeting November 27th and we walked the neighborhood talking to people as we put flyers on every house in the 5 x 7 block area that is NorthWest Carrollton.

On Tuesday November 27th NorthWest Carrollton held a well attended Neighborhood Watch Meeting.  More than 40 people were there.

Our NOPD Quality of Life Officer Eddington spoke about the importance of reporting anything or anybody that "raises the hairs on the back of your neck". Most of us have had the feeling that something isn't right but out of respect for the other person's privacy or individual rights might not call this in.  Officer Eddington said, don't hestitate. Call it in and let NOPD work it out. If it is nothing, it's nothing.
But while the breakins and other activities in the area seems to have slowed down we have still had - just last night - a breakin in the 8400 Block of Apricot.  There has been only one other break-in, on Joliet November 29th, since the meeting. And one Auto Theft

If you were at the meeting you know that you should be on the lookout for a white 4 door car with distinctive "Mercedes Benz" or "Peace Sign" shaped rims. If you see this car in the neighborhood please call 911 immediately and say that NOPD indicated that any sightings of this kind of car in the neighborhood should be immediately called in.

White Car peace sign hubcaps - suspect in NWC Breakins

We have signed up to be sent email notices whenever there is a report filed with NOPD.
We will ONLY be posting those cases that happen inside of NorthWest Carrollton's Boundaries.
You can sign up to get these notices sent to your personal email by using the Link below:

Monday, December 3, 2012


Case # L03716122600 BLOCK OF DANTE ST

We have signed up to be sent email notices whenever there is a report filed with NOPD.
We will ONLY be posting those cases that happen inside of NorthWest Carrollton's Boundaries.
You can sign up to get these notices sent to your personal email by using the Link below:

We are using a radius of .5 miles around the our Neighborhood Meeting Location of 8326 Apricot Street.

Thursday, November 29, 2012


See the Map...

There has been a rash of RESIDENCE BURGLARY in the past few months.
This one, yesterday afternoon in 2400 BLOCK OF JOLIET ST is the latest.

Neighborhood Watch meeting held on 11/27/12

Entrance through a back window, out same way. 
Grap and go, jewerly, cash, tools...
PLEASE watch out for yourselves and your neighbors.
Lock down and Light up.

Friday, November 23, 2012

8329 Nelson

Anton Ba Pham to Rahim E. Ebrahimpour for $26,500

8305 Nelson

Bank of New York Mellon Trust Co NA to Jared Castellaw for $31,000

Jared Castellaw to Nola Home Restorations LLC, no value stated, donation.

Friday, November 16, 2012

Carrollton Wrecking - Commercial Blight

Previous Case CEHB-11-3189 - status Closed in Compliance.
We've requested a "reset" because it's not compliant now.

Carrollton Wrecking - 2920 Leonidas - Corner of Leonidas & Earhart
owner Paternostro
has been reported for blight, 311 case #80136

These photos taken from Earhart shows that the building is open to entry.
Carrollton Wrecking Carrollton Wrecking

Additionally the fence is down and there are ample materials available that could be dangerous should someone try to enter the building and start a fire to keep warm.

Carrollton Wrecking Carrollton Wrecking

Neighbors have also reported issues with rodents.
Carrollton Wrecking

How to track Blight in New Orleans

There is (finally) an "official" site that allows you to check the blight stats of any property and to see what properties have been reported for blight in any area.

The one option is option is to Browse the map for properties already in the city's system.  Unfortunately this can only be done by the month that the property was first reported.   Perhaps this is to prevent the map from being too cluttered?

The default option is to Enter a specific address,

It doesn't look like the site advises *when* hearings are held on the properties.  BUT if you are interested there is a calendar that shows upcoming hearings and

We've emailed these folks to ask if/when the BlightStatus Tool will also show when hearings are scheduled to be held and not just that they have been held and the judgement.

This site is a very large step into the 2st Century.

Told ya so....

BP needs to pay and pay and pay and pay......

"Rainey, who was BP America's vice president of exploration for the Gulf of Mexico, has been charged with obstruction of Congress and false statements.
Rainey, as part of the Unified Command handling the disaster, knowingly understated the amount of oil flowing from the damaged well. Later, the indictment says, he lied to Congress about those estimates.
Shortly after the explosion, the Unified Command, with BP's input, issued an estimate of 1,000 barrels per day of oil flowing from the well. Two days later, a scientist from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration estimated the flow was 5,000 barrels per day.
A group put together after public pressure regarding the oil flow estimates began to mount eventually concluded that the flow rate had initially been 62,000 barrels per day, and had fallen to 53,000 barrels per day by the time the well was shut down in July 2010, the indictment says.
The group estimated that 4.9 million barrels had been released during the course of the spill."

8309-11 Belfast

Joan Sarrett to Kimbery Noel Durrow and Steven L.  Durrow for $189,000

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Rifle Robber

Please note that this is the 2nd time that we know of a "rifle robbery"  in or this one near, the neighborhood.
On Wednesday, November 14, 2012 at approximately 9:40 P.M., Second District officers responded to an armed robbery with a gun in the 3000 block of Lowerline Street.
Second District officers met with the victim who stated that he was walking from his vehicle to his residence when he was approached from the rear by an unknown black male with a semi-automatic rifle. The victim stated that the unknown black male stated “Give it up, your wallet, your keys, and everything”. Victim complied with the unknown black male’s demands. The unknown black male fled the scene in possession of the victim’s 2000 burgundy Ford F-150.
Victim described the suspect as a slim build black male approximately 5’10” wearing a dark knitted cap and dark clothing.
Second District officers located the victim’s vehicle abandoned in the 1200 block of South Genois Street.
If you have any information on this suspect, please contact Detective Mullaly at (504) 658-6020. You may also call Crimestoppers anonymously at (504)822-1111.
Remember to report any suspicious persons or activities you see in your neighborhood by calling (504)821-2222. In an emergency, call 911 immediately.
Commander Paul Noel
Second District

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Attempted break-in @ 9AM on Carrollton

There are an attempted break-in
on October 24th in the 2700 block of Carrollton (across from Lafayette School)
at 9AM in the morning, in broad daylight.
with cars parked in the driveway of the house (indicating people were probably home),
neighbors home next door,
kids acroos the street at Lafayette School
AND 1 adult and 2 small children in the house.

After hearing the sound of broken glass, the adult and children came downstairs to check things out and found the perp standing on the brick wall shared with the neighbors breaking the window with a brick.

The adult ran upstairs, pushed the panic alarm, locked herself in the closet with the children and called 911.
This was NOT the backyard, NOT out of sight. This was the driveay with all the traffic of Carrollton Avenue flowing by, pedestrians & cars.
It was brazen and in its brazenesss all the more scary.
So very often the victims are blamed somehow for the crime.  They should have been more diligent, more aware, more alert, more prepared.  What more could these victims have done? 
Too often there is too little followup.  This is not to say that the NOPD can quickly catch every criminal after the act. BUT at the very least those of us who participate in Neighborhood Watch activity should be TOLD when this kind of activity is taking place in our neighborhoods.   On this event we have not heard (except from the victims) a peep. And that is sad. Sad and unacceptable.  IF we are all in this together then we are all in this together. Otherwise we are either a perp or a vic.

Sunday, October 28, 2012

Tell BP NO!

"BP has asked the U.S. Coast Guard to allow it to abandon a containment dome on the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico that it capped and plugged this week after concluding it was the source of oil causing repeated sheens near the site of the company's failed Macondo well. The request was included in an exchange of e-mail messages on Sunday and Monday between James Grant, BP's Gulf regulatory compliance and environmental manager, and Coast Guard Federal On-Scene Coordinator Capt. Duke Walker. The email messages were obtained by The Times-Picayune.
The containment dome, which BP calls a cofferdam, was used in a failed attempt to capture oil spewing from the failed BP well after the explosion and sinking of the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig above it."

The cofferdam is a metal box! Not a well. Well's are plugged and abandoned. Because it is possible to plug a well and leave the seafloor close to it's original condition.  The whole reason for the cofferdam's existence was to "hold oil".  The fact that BP is asking to "plug and abandon" this think that is known to leak show that BP has learned NOTHING! This metal box will, over time, leak. . They might have to "abandon it" meaning not raise it to the surface today. But BP can not "abandon it" or the responsibilities associated with it and "walk away"! BP owns the monitoring on this "box" for the lifetime of the box or until they can suck the oil from it (not likely). 

"A mixture of oil and slushy methane hydrate -- a frozen form of natural gas -- is believed to have plugged the exit leading to the stovepipe at the top of the dome during the oil collection attempt. Some of the oil and frozen methane are believed to remain in the structure.

" 'BP continues to believe that abandonment of the cofferdam in place is the best course of action and presents fewer environmental and safety risks than attempting to recover it,' Grant wrote in an email message to Walker on Sunday.
Grant attached a copy of the approval the Department of Interior's Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement gave in Feb. 2011 to an earlier request to abandon the 40-foot-tall, 86-ton steel structure at its location about 1,500 feet from the Macondo well. He also included a copy of those plans, which included information about the risks involved in returning the structure to the surface, its condition at the time, and a third-party analysis of its stability on the ocean floor.
In a Thursday news release announcing approval of BP's cap-and-plug plan, the Coast Guard 'directed BP to submit a feasibility plan that considers the next steps toward either removing or remediating the threats of oil posed by the riser pipe and containment dome.'
In his Monday note to Grant, Walker's directions to the company included: 'Having temporarily mitigated this source of pollution, undertake the planning effort necessary to develop proposed courses of action to either remove or remediate the remaining sources of oil: riser pipe and the cofferdam/containment dome.' "

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Carrollton Wrecking - Commercial Blight

This property was reported and sighted for Blight once this year.
The photos and issues were essentially along Leonidas

But unfortunately now the other is blighted now.
The door on the Earhart side is open and this allows entry and create the opportunity for a fire hazard as well as kids being kids and potentially getting hurt.
But it's not just the large open door on Earhart. The whole property is an issue.
The property is overgrown and the neighbors are seeing rodents and snakes.
Something needs to be done.  Again.
Location Address 2920 LEONIDAS ST
Ownership Information Name PATERNOSTRO VERONICA B ET AL
Mailing Address 5819 ANNUNCIATION ST NEW ORLEANS, LA 70115
Carrollton Wrecking IMAG2124 IMAG2123 IMAG2125

While the front of the building on Leonidas is boarded up the grass is growing over the sidewalk on Leonidas. Again.

2536 Dante - raised and BEAUTIFUL!!!


Abandoned Cars in NorthWest Carrollton

The cars on this post have been reported NOPD Quality of Life Officer.

Silver car, no plates - on Joliet near Belfast - next to Church


2515 Leonidas - car has been abandoned in driveway for years.
Car is in driveway of house reported for blight.

8341 Belfast - car parked on sidewalk
8341 Belfast

Cambronne cross street Apricot. Van left in place after tenants at 8401 Apricot moved.
Note Van has been here so long it is in photo on assessor's website.

Van on Cambronne from Assessor's WebsiteIMAG1991-1

Monday, October 15, 2012

Great PRC Sellabration - houses for sale

Houses for Sale in NorthWest Carrollton

2514 S. Carrollton Ave - $250,000
2514 S. Carrollton Ave. Great Neighborhood Sellabration 2012

8437 S. Claiborne Ave - $250,000

8415 Pritchard Place - $239,000 (sold)
Pritchard Place Great Neighborhood Sellabration 2012

8524-26 Pritchard Place - Great Rental Property
Pritchard Place Great Neighborhood Sellabration 2012

2623 Dublin - $179,000

2628 Dublin - $125,000

2713 Dublin - $135,000

2421-23 Joliet - $179,000

2517-19 Dante - $149,000

8517 Belfast - $99,000 Pretty inside - Great Deck in back!
Pretty Inside, Great Deck @ 8517 Belfast  $140,000

8309 Belfast
Sold 2009 Great Neighborhood Sellabration
Photo below from 2nd sale September 2012
Belfast Great Neighborhood Sellabration 2012