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Fixer Uppers

Before and after shots of a Gentilly Terrace renovation

The Craftsman bungalow asks $349K

The former Euclid Records shop (and its Ernie K-Doe mural) is up for grabs in Bywater

The asking price is $350K

In the Irish Channel, a fantastic renovation asks $350K

Let the before-and-after shots inspire your own 2019 glow-up

What $85,000 buys you in New Orleans right now

Homes in five neighborhoods

On the market for $168K, this circa-1928 church is the perfect blank slate

Two 1,000-square-foot apartments are perched above the expansive sanctuary.

What $170K buys in New Orleans right now

From Fontainebleau to Holy Cross

The high and low of home sales last week

New Orleans’ most and least expensive in the past seven days

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Shotgun homes for sale in New Orleans, mapped

To pay homage to this distinct and celebrated architectural style, here is a curated collection of the best single and double shotgun homes for sale in New Orleans.

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Beautiful shotgun homes for sale in NOLA right now

The shotgun home is as synonymous to New Orleans as Mardi Gras is to the city.

Four fixer-upper shotguns in New Orleans that just hit the market

Check out these four fixer-upper homes that just hit the market this week. These shotguns range from $45,000 to $150,000.

This Gentilly Terrace shotgun hits the market at $90K

Built in 1957, this updated single-family home sits right on Lavender Street. The shotgun is a block from Franklin Avenue, and is near the Interstate-610.

$599K buys this West Riverside multi-family craftsman with an amazing gazebo

Up for sale is this circa 1930s double craftsman camelback located on Laurel Street. Currently the home houses two month-to-month tenants.

$299K buys this homey 7th Ward shotgun

Built in 1867 is this double-turned-single shotgun located on North Prieur Street. The home is three blocks from Esplanade Avenue and two blocks from North Galvez Street.

Spacious Treme shotgun fixer upper hits market at $199K

Built in 1917 is a modest raised shotgun that is roughly two blocks from Esplanade Avenue, and six blocks from Orleans Avenue.

Uptown fixer-upper listed for $449K

Built in 1916 is a victorian camelback house on Laurel street. The 1235 square-foot house house has three bedrooms and two bathrooms.

Post-Civil War home hits market at 575K 

A post-Civil War home just hit the market in uptown. Located on Coliseum street, walking distance from St. Charles Avenue, Magazine St. and several parade routes, sits a raised center-hall home built in 1870.

Beautiful Bywater fixer-upper hits the market

A 150-year-old Victorian fixer-upper in Bywater is now for sale. The three-story home sits on a 200-foot deep lot, and inside there’s original medallions, pocket doors, and high ceilings. It has two outbuildings that could be guest houses, too.

Inside a gorgeous, old Irish Channel Greek Revival

The home was originally built on the first subdivided lots of the Livaudais Plantation for Mary Ann Grigson, and restored by New Orleans antiquarian Don Didier. The three-story home retains much of its charm, but could use some careful sprucing up.

An Uptown midcentury modern with big potential

This midcentury estate on St. Charles Avenue is a beauty, but it needs a lot of updates (and a kitchen). For a $1.175 million asking price, this could be your high-end fixer-upper. It was designed by architect Earl Mathes as his own home in 1954.

For $700,000, a Fixer Upper on City Park Avenue

Bywater Fixer-Upper (Murals Included!) Heads to Auction Block

Owner Wants $1,300,000 For This Gutted Tremé Mansion

Wildly Overgrown Central City Home Shoots For $482,000

Fisherman's Castle Spent Less Than Two Weeks on the Market!

Fisherman's Castle Spent Less Than Two Weeks on the Market!

Want a Project? Check Out This 7,000-Sq.Ft. Tremé Home