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French Quarter Creole townhouse with guest home asks just under $2.2M

Balcony heaven in the French Quarter

907 Chartres Street.
All photos courtesy of Michael Wilkinson/French Quarter Realty

While the French Quarter holds some of the smallest living spaces in the city, it also has some of the most charming homes, too. Built in 1827, you can find this gorgeous townhouse on Chartres Street, roughly two blocks from Jackson Square.

Its asking price is $2.195 million.

At first glance, this home maintains its attractive brick facade and second-floor balcony.

Standing three-stories tall, the main house has large living, dining, and family spaces. Highlights include its soaring ceilings, beautiful wood flooring, crown molding, and Frank Masson-designed mantels and book cases.

Excluding its dependency, the main home has a total of two bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. Its master bedroom has a large walk-in closet and access to this home’s rear-facing balcony. Its master bathroom has vaulted ceilings, a double vanity, jetted soaking tub, and a marble finish.

A private and landscaped courtyard and guest home sit at this home’s rear.

Its two-story dependency has a full kitchen, open-floor living room, one bedroom, and one bathroom. It has a second-floor balcony accessible from the bedroom that also overlooks the courtyard.