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Five homes for sale asking under $300K in New Orleans

From renovated to contemporary 

Today, we’re kicking off the week with some of the best homes on the market in New Orleans. This time around our selection of dwellings includes single-family homes under $300,000 across New Orleans.

8814 Palm Street

Via Sean harris/NOLA Choice Realty

For $215,000 you can buy this renovated cottage in Hollygrove. Measuring at 1,241 square feet, this home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. While not the largest home on the market, it has an open floorplan and pretty tall ceilings. Its previous owner remodeled the kitchen with pendant lighting, stainless steel appliances, subway tile backsplash, and a center island. Nestled into a 3,600-square-foot lot, this home has deep off-street parking and a large backyard.

2444 First Street

Via Lorraine Gil/Homestart Realty South

Built in 1938, this remodeled cottage in Central City just hit the market for $239,000. While marketed as redesigned, it maintains its six brick fireplaces, hardwood flooring, and soaring ceilings. Though, the bold black trimming found throughout this home might take a little time to grow on us. Measuring at 1,550 square feet, this home haas three bedrooms and two bathrooms.

1311 Alvar Street

Via Christian Prats/Mirambell Realty

In the Bywater, you’ll find this renovated cottage with off street parking listing for $255,000. This 1,068-square-foot home has its original hardwood floor and a surprisingly large open-floor living room. Its kitchen comes with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. It also has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. And if you think its off-street parking is deep, check out its backyard.

1200 North Rampart Street

Via Jon Huffman/Jon Huffman Real Estate

$279,000 buys this cozy first-floor unit near Esplanade Avenue. Measuring at 435 square feet, this home has squeezes in one bedroom and one bathroom. We appreciate this two-story complex’s ironwork and its shuttered windows on the second floor. Built in the 19th century, you’ll appreciate this unit’s exposed brick walls, and galley-like kitchen. A shared courtyard sits at this home’s rear.

2036 Seventh Street

Via Ariana Tipper/Green Coast Realty

If you’re looking for a contemporary home in New Orleans, check out this gorgeous abode in Central City that lists for $291,000. Built in 2009 and named Barbarella, this home has a mural entitled Hope on its side. It has two open sitting porches that are covered by movable panels. Other highlights include its exposed beams, ceiling fans, pendant lighting, and an oversized bookshelf. We’re also in love with its deep eat-in kitchen. At 1,396 square feet, this home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms.