? Listen, this place is tiny. We're talking 350-square feet of living space, y'all. But shush, it's the Quarter and if you came here for roominess then well, your mistake. It's going for $165K, and there's a balcony and courtyard, so enjoy making use of outdoor space.
· Listing: 914 St. Louis Street [Latter & Blum]
? Sometimes it's fun to wonder if the realtor's finger is on the pulse of a hot neighborhood scene or if they're just winging it from afar. Take this Bywater one-bedroom, one-bath condo, for example. It's cute enough, just under $200K, has a nice yard, and is "near many great restaurants including the Country Club." Sure, you can call the Country Club a restaurant, but this ain't golf course living, pals. It's a bit more on the clothing-optional swimming pool/sauna and Sunday drag brunch side of things, but hell, we don't judge.
· Listing: 608 Louisa Street [trulia]
? A 1920s bakery, once home to the Consumer's Biscuit Co. (tasty, right?) is now Warehouse District condos called, fittingly enough, The Bakery and "the view upward includes the beautiful vaulted ceiling of the oven, 20 feet above." A one-bedroom, one-bath, 516-square foot pad goes for $199K and there's a rooftop pool, fitness room, and gated parking. Not bad.
· Listing: 1111 S. Peters Street [Gardner Realtors]
? This Lower Garden District one-bedroom, one-bath spot with almost 600-square feet of living space has been on and off the market since 2011. Who knows what's up with that, but it was originally listed for $182K. As of this year, it's going for $175K. The exposed brick walls and 14-foot ceilings are pretty darn nice and fun fact: this place was built around 1870 for a whooping $7,600.
· Listing: 1119 Erato Street [zillow]