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A French Quarter ‘garçonnière’ asks $619K

Its balcony faces a shady, peaceful flagstone courtyard

Photos courtesy Mary Cullen of ReMax N.O. Properties

This Creole garçonnière served as a bachelor pad when it was built in 1843. At 1,482 square feet, with two bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms, the French Quarter condo could still fulfill that function handsomely, but it’s big enough to accommodate a group.

The unit is one of three at 1017 Conti Street. A simple Creole cottage faces the street and conceals a shady flagstone courtyard with a fountain. Beyond that, you’ll find the three-story garçonnière with a balcony that stretches across its length and expands its living space. Because this unit is set back from the street, it’s subject to a lot less noise.

The open kitchen and den feature 12-foot ceilings, quartz counters, natural stone floors, and stainless-steel appliances. The ceiling’s wooden paneling give everything a lodge-like feel.

The master bedroom and bathroom are on the second floor. Highlights include a walk-in closet and glass enclosure shower.

The third floor has sloped ceilings, skylights, and a washer-dryer tucked in the bathroom, where a clawfoot tub awaits. The space could serve as a bedroom, office, or second den.

HOA fees are $300/month, and the asking price is $619,000.

Via: Mary Cullen of ReMax N.O. Properties