Home of Louis Moreau Lislet, drafter of the Louisiana Code, for sale

This blog has a keen interest in the legal history of Louisiana. Georgia Chadwick of the State Law Library of Louisiana has drawn to its attention the discovery by Daphne Tassin, a member of her staff, that the home into which Moreau moved in 1809, and lived until he died in 1832, is currently for sale at 1027 Chartres Street, New Orleans, formerly Condé Street. See Levasseur's biography of Moreau Lislet at p. 123. Pictures of this large property can be found on a New Orleans realtor's website: http://www.fqr.com/index/listings/multi-family/details/807729