For the past month, Curbed New Orleans and NeighborhoodX partnered to evaluate home prices in several neighborhoods. In fact, NeighborhoodX’s research encompassed the most affordable homes in the French Quarter, and graphed average home prices for the Bayou St. John, Uptown and Garden District neighborhoods.
Today, NeighborhoodX released pricing data for New Orleans’s Freret neighborhood.
Named after a former New Orleans mayor, Freret is bounded by Jefferson, South Claiborne, and Napoleon avenues, and Lasalle Street. The neighborhood is known for Freret Street, which is lined with several local establishments.
According to NeighborhoodX, the average price per square foot in Freret is $193, but ranges from $139 to $275 per square foot.
On the lower end of the spectrum is 2706 Robert Street. This 3,420-square-foot Uptown double has four bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms, priced at $139 per square foot.
On the higher end is 2528 Upperline Street. This 2814-square-foot single-family home has four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, and is priced at $275 per square foot.
Check out this interactive graph below to compare other homes in Freret by the square foot.
- The French Quarter’s least expensive homes for sale [Curbed NOLA]
- Evaluating the Bayou St. John neighborhood price range [Curbed NOLA]
- Average Uptown home prices evaluated by square feet [Curbed NOLA]
- Average Garden District home prices evaluated by price per square foot [Curbed NOLA]