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New Orleans’s Irish Channel: 10 least expensive homes for sale

Neighborhood homes under $400,000

This past week, NeighborhoodX released data on the 10 least expensive homes in the Lower Garden District and the Garden District. Today, the research and analytics firm analyzed the Irish Channel.

Earlier this May, NeighborhoodX evaluated the price per square foot of 15 New Orleans neighborhoods. The Irish Channel was the 7th most expensive neighborhood in New Orleans at $274 per square foot.

In looking at homes on the market in the Irish Channel, the home prices range from $209,000 to $369,900, which is cheaper than listings in the Lower Garden District and Garden District.

via Adele Hunt/Urban Vision Properties

2519 Laurel Street.

This modest cottage located on 2519 Laurel Street ranks as the most inexpensive home on the list. Priced at $209,000, the home has two bedrooms, one bathroom, and 690 square feet. Beyond the homes attractive ceiling height in most rooms and hardwood floors, the home sports an open living and kitchen area, dedicated laundry area at the rear of the home, and a loft-style bedroom.

461 Ninth Street.
via Shaun Talbot/Talbot Realty Group

On the upper-end of the spectrum, this soon-to-be condo asks $369,900. Planned to be completed by June of 2017, this three-story home will have three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 1,289 square feet. Located at 461 Ninth Street, the home sits less than a block from Tchoupitoulas Street, and is blocks away from Magazine Street. Highlights of the home include concrete and oakwood flooring, a kitchen with quartz countertops and Bosch & Fisher Paykel appliances, and off-street parking. HOA dues are $144/month.

The Irish Channel is bounded by East Riverside, the Garden District and the Lower Garden District neighborhoods.

For more information about the least expensive homes in the Irish Channel, check out the interactive graph below. Click on any address to learn more information about the particular listing.