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New Orleans Rent: What $1,500 Gets You in Garden District, Carrollton, Uptown, Bywater, and French Quarter

Comparing rentals in five neighborhoods

Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent for a set dollar amount in various New Orleans neighborhoods. Is one person's studio another person's townhouse? Let's find out! Today's price: $1,500.

↑ This 700 square-foot two-bedroom in the Garden District has secure gated entry, a private driveway, an in-unit washer/dryer, and a shared courtyard. The upper unit also features hardwood floors throughout, a renovated kitchen and bathroom, stainless steel appliances, central AC and heat, and a small private balcony. Pets are considered with a deposit.

↑ Over in Carrollton, this 1100 square-foot two-bedroom shotgun boasts high ceilings, hardwood floors, spacious bedrooms, three closets, a full kitchen with gas range and refrigerator, built-in china cabinet, and original architectural details. There’s also a new central air and heating unit, a fenced back patio area with outdoor storage, a brand new washer/dryer, a screened front porch with garden patio, and a fruit-bearing orange tree. Cats are allowed.

↑ Located two blocks off of Magazine and two blocks off Napoleon (Tipitina’s and the Tchoupitoulas Rouses are in walking distance), the two-bedroom has two large closets, a living room, and an eat-in kitchen with an island and breakfast nook. There’s also wood floors, high ceilings, stainless steel appliances, a washer/dryer in-house, and an outdoor area that includes a front porch and spacious back yard. Pets are allowed.

↑ This 1,500 square-foot three-bedroom in Bywater has a shared back deck and courtyard, and it’s near The Joint and the art galleries on St. Claude Avenue. Not much else information is given about the space, including the pets policy.

↑ This sparkling upper unit in the French Quarter is 750 square-foot one-bedroom. The open living area leads into a kitchen with high-end cabinets, stainless steel appliances, quartz counters, a breakfast area, and pantry. There’s wood floors throughout and large glass shower in bath. French doors open to a balcony lookng over Burgundy Street, and there’s also a courtyard. No word on the pets policy.