Yesterday, NeighborhoodX released data on the 10 least expensive homes in the Garden District. Today, the research and analytics firm analyzed the Lower Garden District.
The least expensive homes in this neighborhood range from $100,000 to $320,000, with eight of the homes being condos. In comparing price per square feet, the Lower Garden District has an average listing price is $265 per square foot, which lies in the middle of French Quarter average ($563) and the Lower Ninth Ward average ($51).
↑ Towards the lower end of the range in the Lower Garden District, this cozy condo located at 1454 St. Mary Street is priced at $157,500. The home has one bedroom, one bathroom, and 639 square feet of space. While not the most well-equipped condo in town, the property offers on-site laundry, a shared pool, and a patio. HOA dues are $340/month.
↑ In the middle of the range, $229,000 buys this fully-furnished condominium located on Coliseum Street. At 669 square feet, this condo has one bedroom and one bathroom. Highlights include mahogany wood flooring, a jacuzzi tub in the bathroom, and cherry cabinets and granite countertops in the kitchen. Off-street parking is available and HOA does are $277/month.
↑ On the upper end of the spectrum, this Prytania Street condo that asks $320,000. The 962-square-foot condo—priced at $332 per square foot—has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Coming fully-furnished, the home has a kitchen with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. The condominium also offers on-site laundry, but there is no mention of a parking. HOA dues are $283/month.
The Lower Garden District Neighborhood is bounded by the Garden District, Central City, the Central Business District, and the St. Thomas Development.
To look at the other inexpensive properties in the Lower Garden District, check out the graph below. Click on any address to learn more information about that particular listing.