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Ready for Another Close-up, 'Real World: New Orleans' Home Is for Sale

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    Front of the house.

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    Living room

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    Shelves for artwork.

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    Master closet.

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    Front porch.

Years after the insufferable cast of "Real World: New Orleans" vacated its premises, this charming estate in uptown New Orleans is on the market for $2.65 million. It was actually the second time the show invaded the Big Easy, after a stay in 2000 in the city's Belfort Mansion.

This 8,813-square-foot home is located a block from mansion-studded Saint Charles Avenue. The front yard is classic New Orleans, complete with a fountain and loads of well-watered plants. Inside the six-bedroom home are historic mantels, a chef's kitchen, a custom-built art gallery shelving, and a massive master closet.

MTV filmed at this home twice -- in 2010 for its reality flagship and in 2003 for an episode of "MTV Cribs." The latter segment featured NBA star Baron Davis, who was playing for New Orleans at the time. The point guard said the house was haunted, but his claim should be taken with a grain of salt. Davis also said the home was 150 years old (the home was built in 1935).

The home has been on and off the market since 2009. Considering the booming real estate market in the city, we're surprised it hasn't been snatched up -- haunted or not.