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Four fixer-upper shotguns in New Orleans that just hit the market

Starting at $45,000 

2512 Palmyra Street

Photos via Taylor Nobles

2512 Palmyra Street

But in 1942, this 1,200 square foot shotgun sits blocks away from Canal Street and the University Medical Center. Asking $150,000, this seemingly structurally-sound home, which has the capacity for three bedrooms and two bathrooms, is sold gutted. Highlights include a sitting porch, hardwood flooring in the living room, and tall ceilings. This past July, it home sold for $97,500.

3221 2nd Street.
Photo via Natausha Gaudin/Innovative Realty, LLC

For $45,000, you can buy this barebones raised shotgun located three blocks from Claiborne Avenue. According to the listing agent, the home was moved from Mid-City to make room for the new medical district. While it has a new roof, it lacks plumbing and electricity.

2324 North Robertson Street.
Photo via T. Denise Washington/Achieve Realty

Built in 1975, you can buy this barebones New Marigny/St. Roch Shotgun for $86,000. At 690 square feet, this fixer upper has two bedrooms and one bathroom. The interior, which is subpar at best, needs some dire TLC.

3626 4th Street.
Photo via Natausha Guadin/Innovative Realty, LLC.

This former Mid-City home relocated to Central City asks $40,000. At 756 square feet, it comes completely gutted and raised. While lacking plumbing and electricity, this home does have a new roof.


Which home do you think has the most potential?

This poll is closed

  • 68%
    2512 Palmyra Street
    (46 votes)
  • 5%
    3221 2nd Street
    (4 votes)
  • 13%
    2324 North Robertson Street
    (9 votes)
  • 11%
    3626 4th Street
    (8 votes)
67 votes total Vote Now