It’s without a doubt that homes in New Orleans can be expensive. Many times, some of the most beautiful homes exceed ideal price ranges.
This week, Curbed New Orleans found some of the best-looking homes for sale, ranging from $199,000 to $299,900. These homes include sizable cottages, a studio condo, and a corner-lot home. We ordered the homes on this list from least to most expensive.
If space is not a concern, you can buy this 19th-century unit on Rampart Street for $199,000. Similar to its more expensive sister unit, this 300-square-foot home has a studio floorplan with one bathroom. It has 17-foot ceilings, exposed ceiling joist, and concrete flooring. While small, its kitchen has standard appliances, custom cabinets, and exposed brick backsplash. A cozy courtyard sits at this home’s rear.
If you’re looking something simple, check out this cute Central City abode, which asks $249,000. At first glance, it has a nicely-sized front yard, sitting porch, and a large driveway. Measuring 1,290 square feet, this home has three bedrooms, two bathrooms. Highlights include its open floorplan, crown molding, and hardwood flooring. You’ll also find a well-equipped kitchen, complete with stainless steel appliances (including a 5-burner stove), granite countertops, and mosaic glass backsplash.
Less than two blocks from Esplanade Avenue sits this renovated shotgun, asking $285,000. At 1,444 square feet, this home has two bedrooms and 1.5 bathrooms. It has an airy living room, eat-in kitchen, and a pleasant sidehall. Out back is a sizable backyard and patio.
Built in 1976, this Algiers single-family home was formally a sign shop. After a recent $40,000 price cut, you can now buy this renovated corner-lot for $299,900. Measuring 2,327 square feet, it has four bedrooms and three bathrooms. It has a large open-floor living space, a mudroom and an office. Its giant and airy kitchen has ample cabinet space, stainless steel appliances, and granite countertops.