Toward the west end of New Orleans sits a quiet suburban neighborhood, which is currently host the construction zone for New Orleans RTA’s Transit Center. Family-oriented, many of the homes in this neighborhood are large, often nestled into oversized lots.
While finding a home under $350K in Lakeview is difficult, it’s not impossible. Here are some of the best homes, ranging from $259,000 to $349,000.
This cozy Lakeview Cottage ranks as the least expensive home listed in the neighborhood at $259,000. It has a sizable front yard, off-street parking, and two inviting front windows. At 1,140 square feet (the smallest on this list), it has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Highlights include its open rooms, stainless steel appliances, and bamboo flooring found throughout this home. A modest wooden deck and private yard sits at its rear.
Built in 1952, , you can buy this slightly larger cottage for $329,900. While it more carpet than what we would like, this home has traditional living and dining rooms, a large kitchen, and a den. Measuring in at 1,456 square feet, it has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. While placed on a large lot, this home does not have off-street parking. It does have a sizable front, side, and backyard. Detached storage space also sits at its rear.
Built in 1967, this cute cottage has a large front yard and an adorable sitting porch. Renovated in 2009, it has a spacious living room, traditional dining space, and recessed lighting. After undergoing a recent update, its kitchen has granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, and ample cabinet space. At 1,315 square feet, it has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Both bedrooms have sizable closet space. The master bathroom has a double vanity. It has a landscaped backyard with a large, partially covered patio. It has a detached shed and off-street parking that can accommodate two cars.
This 1,843-square-foot home, the largest and most expensive on this list, can be bought for $349,000. $50,000 under our price point, it has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Highlights include its open floor plan, crown molding, and recessed lighting. Its kitchen has custom cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, large island, and a wine fridge. Though, we’re not a fan of the office space worked into the kitchen area. However, it has a large patio and ample off-street parking.