This palm tree-shaded French Quarter abode is here to remind you that New Orleans is truly a subtropical paradise—just in case you forgot. From its wraparound balcony to its flamingo-pink exterior, the home solidifies New Orleans’ standing as the northernmost Caribbean city.
This is one of four condos in the building, which is at the edge of the Vieux Carre. It’s close to the intersection of Barracks and Burgundy streets, between Cabrini Park and the Rampart streetcar line. This 975-square-foot unit sits on the building’s second floor and includes a wide balcony with courtyard views. There’s ample room for a patio set and bike parking out there, as evidenced by the photo.
The 190-year-old building’s interior underwent an extensive renovation in 2015. Highlights include the marble-trimmed kitchen, colorfully tiled bathroom, and geometric light fixtures. An exposed beam ceiling, hardwood floors, and French doors keep the two-bedroom, one-bathroom condo grounded in its history.
The master bedroom, living area, laundry room, and kitchen are downstairs. Upstairs, tucked under the slanted ceiling, there’s a cozy, attic-like room that could function as a second bedroom or office. Condo fees are $283/month, and the asking price is $399,000.
Via: Elizabeth McNulty of Gardner Realtors Uptown