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Live in a renovated French Quarter townhouse for $2.4M

It has two covered terraces

822 Barrack unit B.
All photos courtesy of Elizabeth McNulty/Gardner Realtors

Built in 1830, this rebuilt French Quarter Maison du Parc residence hit the market at $2.4 million. Its HOA dues are $1,866/month.

This renovation, which was practically rebuilt from the ground up, sits on the quieter side of the French Quarter near Esplanade Avenue. While fresh, the complex maintains its old school charm: we’re amazed by its expansive second-floor gallery, three dormers on its roof, shuttered windows, and an entrance with a fanlight transom.

Unit B stands three stories tall—but don’t despair, it has an in-unit elevator. On its second floor you’ll find its open-floor layout. Highlights include its reclaimed floors and soaring ceilings, which are found throughout the home.

Its kitchen has stainless steel appliances, a center island, and a modern countertop finish. It also comes with a wet-bar and pantry.

Measuring at 3,110 square feet, this home has three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms. It has two master suites with walk-in closets and double vanities. Its secondary bedroom on the first floor has plenty of room and an ensuite bathroom.

This home has two covered porches on its first and second floor. Amenities include access to a shared pool and courtyard, and off-street parking.