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5 former stores converted into homes listed in New Orleans

A unique home in the Crescent City

While New Orleans has a unique selections of homes, from Creole cottages to midcentury moderns, its not everyday you see a former store turned into a single-family home.

Here are five store-to-home conversions currently listed in New Orleans right now.

1201 North Roman Street

Located in Treme, this corner store-to-home conversion has a reimagined facade, complete with alluring wooden shutters. Highlights include its 12-foot ceilings, original fireplaces, and spacious floorplan. While its interior is strikingly white, it contrasts well with the concrete floors found in its kitchen and living room, and its wooden floors found in all other rooms. At 3,200 square feet, this home has four bedrooms and three bathrooms. Its asking price is $595,000.

7700 Cohn Street #4

This once-giant Carrollton store now houses several condo units. At 1,246 square feet, this second-floor condo has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. It has an airy layout, accommodating for a sizable kitchen. Other highlights include its flexible bonus room and shared balcony and courtyard. A full-size garage sits at this home’s rear. The asking price is $229,000.

804 Alix Street

This former Algiers Point corner store has a vibrant and electric facade. It has an open living room with built-in book shelves, fireplace, tall ceilings, and crown molding. This 1,853-square-foot conversion also has three bedrooms and one bathroom (with a clawfoot tub). Its kitchen has stainless steel appliances, custom cabinetry, and ample countertop space. It sits two blocks from the Mississippi River Trail and three blocks from Opelousas Avenue. After undergoing a $25,000 price cut, you can buy this former corner store for $299,900.

300 S Pierce Street

A block from South Carrollton Avenue sits this former pharmacy building conversion, hitting the market at $445,000. Its interior has a modern feel, complete with its outstanding wood trim and siding, recessed lighting, tall ceilings, concrete floors, and winding staircase. Its spacious chef’s kitchen is complimented by its large breakfast bar and granite countertops. Measuring in at 1,847 square feet, it has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. An uncovered patio and a one-car garage sit at this home’s rear.

405 St Maurice Avenue

This former grocery store sits on the far end of Holy Cross. It has a unique interior that has beadboard ceilings, tall windows, bamboo flooring, and an open floorplan. While its one of the smallest properties on this list at 1,180 square feet, it has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. A sizable yard and uncovered patio sit at its rear. After a $10,000 price cut this summer, it asks $229,000.