Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, where we explore what you can rent or buy for a certain dollar amount in various New Orleans neighborhoods. Today, we’ve found five homes within $16,000 of today’s price: $575,000.
Spacious and handsome, this three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom home in family-friendly Lakeview is a spring chicken at five years old. Its cheery red front door, open living area, and fenced back yard resemble the sort of idyllic environs you’d see on a TV sitcom. The asking price is $575,000 on the nose.
Now for something a little (OK, a lot) more goth. This 19th-century Greek Revival townhouse condo in the Marigny triangle includes dark, glossy wood flooring, built-in bookshelves, black tilework in the bathrooms, antique mantels, and chandeliers galore. It has two bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms. Pets are allowed; there’s off-street parking, and there’s also a pool. The asking price is $559,000.
Here’s a live oak- and Corinthian column-flanked home in Uptown on Napoleon Avenue, just north of Claiborne. The three-story, 3,459-square-foot home is gracious and charming, with a somewhat vintage aesthetic. It also includes a brick-framed pool and hot tub on its fenced lot, and its asking price is $575,000.
What’s a roundup without a classic Westbank McMansion? This one on the English Turn golf course includes waterfront views, a dramatic entry way, and a bar. Built in 2010, the three-bedroom, four-bathroom home covers 3,799 square feet and asks $575,000.
Finally, a sleek corner unit in the CBD asks $569,500. Its stylish touches include exposed brick walls, granite countertops, and plenty of statement lighting. This two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo is 1,423 square feet in size and enjoys proximity to Lafayette Square, Rouses, and a slew of bars and restaurants.
Which home for around $575,000 would you choose?
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Marigny Triangle condo
Napoleon Avenue home