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Sizable condo in the French Quarter hits the market at $495K

It’s five blocks from Jackson Square

931 St. Peter Street.
All photos courtesy of George Jeansonne

Built in 1868, this Creole cottage at 931 St. Peter Street in the French Quarter holds a surprisingly large ground-floor unit. It sits two blocks from the North Rampart Streetcar line. The condo seeks a new buyer for $495,000. HOA dues are $675/month.

In May, NeighborhoodX priced the average price per square foot in the French Quarter at $512/square feet. The condo’s asking price is $24 cheaper than that average, asking $488/square foot.

The home opens to a modest living room that has crown molding, hardwood floors, transoms, and pocket doors. We’re also impressed by the light fixtures found in its living and dining rooms.

Its updated kitchen has plenty of cabinet space and is outfitted with stainless steel appliances. You’ll also find ample wine storage and a sleek countertop finish.

Measuring at 1,015 square feet, the condo has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The master bedroom has a mantel. The master bathroom has a pleasant red interior, while its shower has pleasing white tiles.

From the kitchen, you’ll be able to access the complex’s shared brick courtyard.