Today, we’ve rounded up some of the best homes on the market in New Orleans. This time around our selection of dwellings includes five condos and single-family homes under $250,000.
1712 Bartholmew Street
In Musician’s Village you can buy this modest cottage near Poland Avenue for $120,000. The neighborhood has a collection of homes intended for musicians that lost their homes during Hurricane Katrina. Built in 1948, this particular abode home has two bedrooms, one bathroom, and 746 square feet of floorspace. It has an eat-in kitchen that’s outfitted with a stainless steel refrigerator. It has a large backyard with plenty of potential and deep off-street parking.
2409 Philip Street
For $149,000, you can buy a new construction in Central City. At first glance, the home has large windows, a cute front yard, and a covered porch. The new home opens to an open floorplan, complete with crown molding and 9-foot ceilings. The airy kitchen, which comes with appliances, has granite countertops and subway tile. At 1,250 square feet, you’ll find three bedrooms and two bathrooms. It has a sizable backyard at its rear.
514 Dumaine Street #10
You can buy a 531-square-foot condo in the French Quarter for $219,900. Built in 1848, this Dumaine Street complex sits two blocks from Jackson Square and less than a block from Woldenberg Park. The open-concept unit has vaulted ceilings, exposed beams, hardwood floors, and exposed brick. Its cozy kitchen has stainless steel appliances. You’ll also find one bedroom and one bathroom. HOA fees are $314/month.
3340 Short Street
Near South Carrollton Avenue, this sizable renovation hit the market for $229,000. The home has large windows, an airy floorplan, its original hardwood floors, and 12-foot ceilings. Its airy kitchen has tile flooring, stainless steel appliances, and a pleasing backsplash. Measuring at 1,285 square feet, the home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
809 North Galvez Street
In Treme, you can buy this renovated cottage for $229,500. At first glance the home has transoms, a dormer on its roof, and shutters for one of its large windows. It opens to a roomy floorplan that has tall ceilings, crown molding, ceiling fans, and wood floors. Measuring at 939 square feet, the home has two bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms. You’ll also find a deep and green yard at the side of the home.