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Five homes you can buy under $250K in New Orleans

From Gentilly to Holy Cross

Today, we’re kicking off the week with some of the best homes on the market under a particular price point. This time around, our selection of dwellings includes single-family homes under $250,000 for sale across New Orleans.

2339 Urquhart Street

via Greg Jeanfreau/Latter & Blum

Just hitting the market over the weekend, you can buy this unique green cottage in St. Roch for $159,000. It sits less a block from St. Roch Avenue and two blocks from St. Claude Avenue. At 1,041 square feet, it has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. While it’s in need of renovation, this home has a deep living room and a cozy eat-in kitchen.

903 St. Maurice Avenue

via Tatyana Orlova/Demand Realty

This renovated shotgun with an adorable facade in Holy Cross asks $175,000. Built in 1957, it has an open floorplan with tall ceilings and hardwood flooring. Its spacious kitchen with stainless steel appliances blends into its dining space. Measuring at 1,050 square feet, it has two bedrooms and one bathroom.

1905 Mandeville Street

via Jennifer Blanchard/Keller Williams Realty

High School students participating in unCommon Construction built this St. Roch home near Elysian Fields Avenue. Taking visual cues from other unCommon homes, this new construction has a covered porch, shuttered windows, and a sizable front yard. Highlights include its tall ceilings, recessed lighting, and ceiling fans. Its partitioned kitchen has a breakfast nook, stainless steel appliances, a pantry, and pendant lighting. Measuring at 1,695 square feet—the largest home on this list—it has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. It asks $215,000.

6038 St. Roch Avenue

via Chad Davis/Engel & Volkers

For $210,000, you can buy this Gentilly cottage near Robert E. Lee Boulevard. Sitting on a corner lot, it has an adorable facade and an open front yard. Its living room has vaulted ceilings, recessed lighting, and crown molding. Its kitchen has stainless steel appliances, pendant lighting, and a cozy eat-in bar. Measuring at 1,208 square feet, it has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. A modest wooden deck sits at this home’s rear.

812 Delery Street

via Lara Schultz/NOLA Realty

Located in Holy Cross, this 944-square-foot cottage seeks $219,000. This renovated home has heart pine flooring and reclaimed wood walls and ceilings. We’re also in love with this home’s kitchen, which has a custom range, stainless steel appliances, and reclaimed wood as backsplash. Ranking as the smallest on this list, this home has two bedrooms and one bathroom. Its one bathroom has a gorgeous clawfoot tub, wood ceilings, and a double vanity.