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Warehouse District homes for sale under $300K

One of NOLA’s most expensive neighborhoods

When a developer plans a $70 million condominium in the Warehouse district—with entry-level condos starting at $429,000, you know living in the neighborhood can be expensive.

In an effort to find some of the least expensive properties in one of New Orleans’s most expensive neighborhoods, Curbed NOLA picked out four Warehouse District homes listing under $300,000.

Of course, shopping on a budget comes with limitations, especially in the Warehouse District. All of the featured homes are hardly larger than 700 square feet.

1. 402 Julia Street unit #305

Photos via Richard L. Bosworth/Keller Williams Realty

402 Julia Street unit #305.

Listed as the least expensive home for sale, this cozy condo asks $210,000. At 545 square feet, this compact home has one bedroom and one bathroom. While it might not be the most fantastic site, this home has brick walls, high ceilings, an open floor living room, a washer and dryer, and large windows that give a great view of the District. Other amenities include a shared rooftop pool and deck. HOA dues are $279/month.

2. 920 Poeyfarre Street unit #177

Photos via Ryan Wentworth/Keller Williams Realty

920 Poeyfarre Street unit #177.

Built in 1897, this Cotton Mill condominium sits a block from Andrew Higgins and The National WWII Museum, priced at $249,000. Measuring in at 653 square feet, this home has one bedroom and one bathroom. Bells-and-whistles of this ground floor condo include a renovated kitchen, large walk-in closet, a washer and dryer hookup, and bonus storage space found throughout the residence. HOA dues are $306/month.

3. 448 Julia Street unit #216

Photos via Nicholas Scapin/Latter & Blum

448 Julia Street unit #216.

Just down the street from the the least expensive home on this list, this slightly larger condo asks $264,900. At 608 square feet, this fully-furnished home has one bedroom and one bathroom, a large open living area, tall ceilings, and pendant lighting. The most notable feature of this condo is its decked out kitchen that comes with granite counter and stainless steel appliances. HOA dues are $369/month.

4. 920 Poeyfarre Street unit #371

Photos via Delerio Bailey/Latter & Blum

920 Poeyfarre Street unit #371.

Located on the third floor of the Cotton Mill condominiums, this studio condo ranks as the most expensive at $289,900. At 733-square-feet, this home has a large open floor plan that wraps around the entire living space. Highlights include a kitchen with stainless steel appliances and granite countertops, and a shared courtyard and pool. HOA dues are $369/month.