These are some of the best homes in the Bywater neighborhood for under $400,000.
905 Poland Avenue
This historic Bywater Victorian shotgun ranks as the least expensive in this roundup. Built in 1893, and registered on the Historic District Landmarks Commission, this shotgun home sits two blocks from St Claude Avenue. Renovated in 2006, this home has 12-foot ceilings, pine flooring, three brick fireplaces, cypress doors, and ten 12-pane beveled windows. Most of all, it has off-street parking that can accommodate up to four cars.
1212 Poland Avenue
For $20,000 more than the Poland Street shotgun, you can buy this new construction for $362,000. This 1,943-square-foot home has three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. Highlights include a roomy sitting porch, airy open floor plan, a sizable backyard and a modest patio. While not pictured, the kitchen is said to come with stainless steel appliances.
900 Bartholomew Street
If condo living is more your style, check out this condominium on Bartholomew Street. Asking $370,000, this condo has one bedroom, 1.5 bathroom, and 863 square feet. While its the smallest in this roundup, the planned unit will have a private balcony, hardwood floors, and European-style cabinets. The complex sits two blocks from St Claude Avenue and three blocks from Crescent Park.
717 Lesseps Street
Just under $400,000, this double creole cottage asks $399,500. Each unit has two bedrooms, one bathroom, and 954 square feet of space. One of the units rents for $1,300/month. Both units have wainscoting, wood flooring, tall ceilings, and share a landscaped backyard and patio.
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Poland Avenue shotgun
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Bartholomew Street condo
Lesseps Street double Creole cottage