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A serene, contemporary French Quarter condo asks $555K

The two-bedroom home has an elevator and a balcony facing upper Decatur Street

Photos courtesy Samara D. Poché and Jennifer Saltaformaggio of Keller Williams Realty

Built in 1834, the five-story building at 232 Decatur Street initially served as a commercial enterprise, according to records from the Historic New Orleans Collection. It’s now a collection of luxury condos. This two-bedroom, two bathroom unit covers 1,135 square feet, and it feels expansive thanks to 11-foot ceilings and abundant natural light.

In the open living area, wood floors and exposed beams provide textural contrast to the crystal chandeliers. Kitchen highlights include a tiled backsplash and stainless-steel appliances. Just off the kitchen, find French doors that open to a Decatur Street-facing balcony, which overlooks a number of shops and entertainment venues, including the House of Blues.

Condo fees are $420/month, and contract parking lots are available nearby. The asking price is $555,000.

Via: Samara D. Poché and Jennifer Saltaformaggio of Keller Williams Realty

The Historic New Orleans Collection

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