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Peek inside Patterson Point, a new neighborhood in Old Algiers

The riverfront homes start at $299K

Photos via Emery Finegan of Inhab

Patterson Point, a new 44-home neighborhood in Old Algiers, is underway. The 4.7-acre development by Inhab Design+Build faces a riverfront green space and is hemmed by Atlantic Avenue, Patterson Road, and Thayer Street. Four homes are complete; two are under construction.

“Unique homes, the charm of Old Algiers, and close proximity to downtown New Orleans give way to an opportunity where new homeowners can enjoy a safe and relaxed atmosphere along the river’s edge,” said Inhab founder Mike Bertel in a press release.

Exteriors appear influenced by traditional New Orleans architecture—nods to double gallery and Greek Revival houses abound in the designs. The new structures look at home among Old Algiers’ antique collection of Victorian and Craftsman style buildings. Custom-designed homes also are available.

Buyers select a lot and house from one of 10 pre-designed plans and work with a designer to personalize the interior. Buyers can opt for traditional or modern finishes inside, which include touches such as tiled floors and kitchen backsplashes, Shaker-style doors, and pendant lamps.

While the exteriors feature “historically curated” paint palettes and 19th-century touches like gas lanterns and Spanish cedar doors, the interiors are decidedly up-to-date.

Home prices start at $299,000, and floor plans range from 1,450 to 2,100 square feet.