In May, the largest unit inside the St. Elizabeth condominiums, unit 16, was auctioned online. So if you felt like you missed out, here’s your redeeming chance.
Located at 1314 Napoleon Avenue, unit #24 in the St. Elizabeth building hit the market for $1.050 million. HOA dues are $1,075/month.
The luxury condominium has 14-foot ceilings, hardwood flooring, exposed brick, large windows, and an open floorplan. We appreciate the open-concept kitchen that’s equipped with bar-top seating and stainless steel appliances.
Measuring at 2,695 square feet, the home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Unit #24, which sits on the second floor, has a private staircase. Building highlights include a shared pool, one reserved parking spot, and a fitness center.
Built circa 1865, the St. Elizabeth building opened as a boarding school. It was rededicated as an orphanage for girls in 1870. The orphanage closed in 1989, but American gothic fiction author Anne Rice purchased it in 2000. Acquired by KFK Group in 2004, the developer converted the building into a set of high-end condos and townhomes.
- 1314 Napoleon Avenue unit #24 [Keller Williams]
- Fancy unit in Anne Rice’s former home will be auctioned this May [Curbed NOLA]