While New Orleans has over 73 neighborhoods, each has a unique selection of homes. In particular, the usually-quiet Fairgrounds has a large selection of renovated cottages on the market.
Earlier this month, our friends at NeighborhoodX evaluated the price range of the Fairgrounds neighborhood and pegged its average price at $201/square foot, similar to Freret and Mid-City.
In an effort to find our what the neighborhood has to offer, here are four great homes for sale in the Fairgrounds neighborhood under $450,000.
108 Hathaway Place - $279,000
Just off of Derby Place sits this adorable raised cottage home. While its the least expensive home on this list, it is packed with an airy living room, open floor den, and a bonus office space. At the rear sits an uncovered deck that overlooks the home’s expansive backyard. It also have off-street parking able to accommodate at least three cars.
1683 Paul Murphy Street - $340,000
For $61,000 more than the least expensive home on this list, you can buy this renovated corner home located between Broad Street and Gentilly Boulevard. Renovated in 2016, this home has a new roof, windows, paint, bathroom and kitchen. At 1,664 square feet, it has three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
1633 North Broad Street - $393,000
This renovated multi-family cottage sits four blocks away from St Bernard Avenue. The owner’s unit has two bedrooms, two bathrooms and 1,072 square feet. The secondary unit has one bedroom, one bathroom, and 694 square feet. Highlights include its open floorplan, exposed-brick fireplaces, and stainless steel appliances.
3262 Derby Place - $429,000
As the most expensive home on this list, this 3,261-square-foot abode has four bedrooms and three bathrooms. Renovated in 2016, this home has 16-foot cathedral ceilings, screened porch, and a giant kitchen with stainless steel appliances. At its rear is a large wooden deck.
- Fairground neighborhood price range in August 2017 [Curbed NOLA]