Earlier this month, the Seventh Ward ranked among the least expensive neighborhoods in New Orleans. With an average home price of $118/square foot, the Seventh Ward trailed $60/square foot behind Treme, which has an average price of $178/square foot.
Given its spot on NeighborhoodX’s analysis, here are four homes you can buy in this neighborhood under $300,000.
One of the least expensive homes on this list also ranks as one of the best starter homes for sale in New Orleans. Asking $114,900, this 1,020-square-foot home has two bedrooms and one bathroom. Built just last year, it has a partially-furnished kitchen, tall ceilings, and large windows. At its front, it has a sizable sitting porch and yard.
For $10,000 more, you can buy this older cottage for $124,900. Built in 1977, this white abode has a simple facade with a large driveway. Measuring in at 806 square feet, this home has two bedrooms and one bathroom. Highlights include its tall ceilings, pendant lighting, and open-floor living room. Out back is a large backyard.
Recognized as one of our favorite shotguns on the market in New Orleans, this renovated home asks $232,000. Built in 1897, this shotgun has beautiful hardwood flooring, a brick fireplace, and an spacious kitchen. Its bathroom, which also holds its washer and dryer, has a lovely clawfoot tub.
While this Shotgun ranks as one of the most expensive homes on this list, it is also one of the largest homes for sale under $300,000 in the Seventh Ward. Asking $285,000, this home has two bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms, and 1,444 square feet. Highlights include its tall ceilings, hardwood flooring, window transoms, and original mantels. Its kitchen has stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. At its rear is a large backyard.