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Third-floor condo in this Creole townhouse hits market at $889K

It has covered parking

831 St. Louis Street unit I.
All photos courtesy of Gino Loiacono/Dorian Bennett Sotheby’s International Realty

Built in 1838, this sizable unit on St. Louis Street sits between Dauphine and Bourbon streets in the French Quarter. Its asking price is $889,000, along with its $741/month HOA dues.

We’re in love with this Creole townhouses’s brick facade, tall windows, dormers, and metal work. This featured unit has private access to the third-floor gallery of this complex.

Its interior doesn’t fail to impress either. It has a large living room, complete with tall ceilings, recessed lighting, hardwood flooring, large windows, and plantation shutters.

In its spacious kitchen we’re drawn to its oversized window, subway tile backsplash, and stainless steel appliances.

Measuring at 1,827 square feet, this two-story unit has two bedrooms and three bathrooms. Located on the upper level of this unit, both bedrooms have ensuite bathrooms, vaulted ceilings, and generous closet space.

A shared courtyard and covered off-street parking sit at its rear.