The Warehouse District has gone through a lot of changes over the years—from its 19th-century origins as an industrial area, to its decline in the early 20th century and resurgence as an arts destination post 1984 World’s Fair. Today, the Warehouse District is a desirable area studded with museums, galleries, and restaurants, and it boasts plenty of original structures, including this 180-year-old brick townhome.
Behind the row of pastel facades lies a luxurious two-story condo. At 2,352 square feet, it covers a lot of ground, especially given its address in a dense downtown neighborhood. The brick-walled home has two-and-a-half bathrooms and three bedrooms—some with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Camp Street. Twelve-foot ceilings with exposed beams are present throughout, as are wooden floors.
The open living area is hemmed on one side by a kitchen countertop with bar seating, and there’s also a separate dining room appropriate for more formal affairs. The condo shares a lushly landscaped courtyard—HOA fees are a relatively low $250/month. It’s a luxury home with more square footage than what you’d find in for a similar price in the French Quarter, but it’s in an equally walkable downtown location.
The asking price is $859,000.
Via: Chris Smith of Gardner Realtors