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The 10 smallest homes for sale in New Orleans, mapped

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If you’re looking to downsize your living arrangement—or just flat out curious how small homes can get—New Orleans might be your market.

Ranked from smallest to largest, here’s a map of the smallest homes for sale in New Orleans.

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514 Dumaine Street #7

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357 square feet

This third-floor condo has an amazing balcony. Other highlights include its exceptional ceiling height, heart pine flooring, exposed brick, and french doors. After its $249,000 asking price, it has the least expensive HOA dues on this list at $71/month.

Photo via Judy Fisher/Judy Fisher Realtors

929 Dumaine Street #18

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262 square feet

For a while, this Dumaine Street condo was one of the smallest on the market. It has a loft bedroom, decently-sized kitchen, and a brick fireplace. You can buy this cozy condo for $172,000. HOA dues are $150/month.

Photo via Steve Richards/Latter & Blum

539 Toulouse Street unit A

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349 square feet

In terms of price per square foot, this home ranks as the most expensive home in the French Quarter. With a listing price of $279,000, it asks $897 per square foot. While its on the more expensive end, it comes fully-furnished along with a renovated kitchen. A shared patio sits at its rear. HOA dues are $133/month.

Photo via Heather Parker/Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Souther Properties

823 Burgundy Street #1

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358 square feet

Not far from the North Rampart Streetcar line, you’ll find this cute studio with a tranquil courtyard that asks $255,000. We’re in love with its exposed beams, brick walls, and updated kitchen. HOA dues are $108/month.

Photo via Lis Shedlock/French Quarter Realty

526 Madison Street 2D

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375 square feet

You can live less than a block from Jackson square for $235,000. We love this complex’s use of metal and brick at its facade. This two-story unit has one bedroom and one bathroom. HOA dues are $231/month.

Photo via Brigitte Fredy/Latter & Blum

935 Dumaine Street #5

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240 square feet

This renovated studio condo for sale asks $165,000. Located on the third floor, it has hardwood flooring, exposed brick walls, an updated bathroom, and a private balcony. HOA dues are $147/month.

Photo via Shelley Lawrence and Steve Richards of Latter & Blum

727 Barracks Street unit #6

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261 square feet

Located near the edge of Esplanade Avenue, this modest unit has a studio floorplan with plenty of room for a bed and a common space. But if you want to spend time outside, it has a shared courtyard. Its asking price is $179,000. HOA dues are $190/month.

Photo via Lauren Hodges/Carriage House Realty

448 Julia Street unit #400

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285 square feet

Built in 2008, this Central Business District studio apartment was just updated. It has a cozy kitchen and crown molding. Its complex has elevator access. There’s also a shared top deck, pool, and patio. Asking $175,488, its HOA dues are priced at $141/month.

Photo via Eric Bouler/Gardner Realtors

1423 Henriette Delille Street unit C

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274 square feet

In the 7th Ward you can buy this studio for $139,000. The home’s interior is modest, but it does have stained glass transoms and vaulted ceilings. There’s also a shared courtyard at the rear of the complex. HOA dues are $237/month.

Photo via Samara D. Poche and Jennifer Saltaformaggio of Keller Williams Realty.

515 St Louis Street unit #8

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307 square feet

This modest French Quarter condo that sits three blocks from Jackson Square asks $249,000. The fully- furnished home has brick floors, tall ceilings, crown molding, French doors, and mantels. At 307 square feet, it has one bedroom and one bathroom. A shared courtyard sits in the middle of the unit’s complex. HOA dues are $121/month.

Via Lynda DePanicis and Finis Shelnutt of Shelnut Real Estate Enterprises

514 Dumaine Street #7

Photo via Judy Fisher/Judy Fisher Realtors

357 square feet

This third-floor condo has an amazing balcony. Other highlights include its exceptional ceiling height, heart pine flooring, exposed brick, and french doors. After its $249,000 asking price, it has the least expensive HOA dues on this list at $71/month.

Photo via Judy Fisher/Judy Fisher Realtors

929 Dumaine Street #18

Photo via Steve Richards/Latter & Blum

262 square feet

For a while, this Dumaine Street condo was one of the smallest on the market. It has a loft bedroom, decently-sized kitchen, and a brick fireplace. You can buy this cozy condo for $172,000. HOA dues are $150/month.

Photo via Steve Richards/Latter & Blum

539 Toulouse Street unit A

Photo via Heather Parker/Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Souther Properties

349 square feet

In terms of price per square foot, this home ranks as the most expensive home in the French Quarter. With a listing price of $279,000, it asks $897 per square foot. While its on the more expensive end, it comes fully-furnished along with a renovated kitchen. A shared patio sits at its rear. HOA dues are $133/month.

Photo via Heather Parker/Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Souther Properties

823 Burgundy Street #1

Photo via Lis Shedlock/French Quarter Realty

358 square feet

Not far from the North Rampart Streetcar line, you’ll find this cute studio with a tranquil courtyard that asks $255,000. We’re in love with its exposed beams, brick walls, and updated kitchen. HOA dues are $108/month.

Photo via Lis Shedlock/French Quarter Realty

526 Madison Street 2D

Photo via Brigitte Fredy/Latter & Blum

375 square feet

You can live less than a block from Jackson square for $235,000. We love this complex’s use of metal and brick at its facade. This two-story unit has one bedroom and one bathroom. HOA dues are $231/month.

Photo via Brigitte Fredy/Latter & Blum

935 Dumaine Street #5

Photo via Shelley Lawrence and Steve Richards of Latter & Blum

240 square feet

This renovated studio condo for sale asks $165,000. Located on the third floor, it has hardwood flooring, exposed brick walls, an updated bathroom, and a private balcony. HOA dues are $147/month.

Photo via Shelley Lawrence and Steve Richards of Latter & Blum

727 Barracks Street unit #6

Photo via Lauren Hodges/Carriage House Realty

261 square feet

Located near the edge of Esplanade Avenue, this modest unit has a studio floorplan with plenty of room for a bed and a common space. But if you want to spend time outside, it has a shared courtyard. Its asking price is $179,000. HOA dues are $190/month.

Photo via Lauren Hodges/Carriage House Realty

448 Julia Street unit #400

Photo via Eric Bouler/Gardner Realtors

285 square feet

Built in 2008, this Central Business District studio apartment was just updated. It has a cozy kitchen and crown molding. Its complex has elevator access. There’s also a shared top deck, pool, and patio. Asking $175,488, its HOA dues are priced at $141/month.

Photo via Eric Bouler/Gardner Realtors

1423 Henriette Delille Street unit C

Photo via Samara D. Poche and Jennifer Saltaformaggio of Keller Williams Realty.

274 square feet

In the 7th Ward you can buy this studio for $139,000. The home’s interior is modest, but it does have stained glass transoms and vaulted ceilings. There’s also a shared courtyard at the rear of the complex. HOA dues are $237/month.

Photo via Samara D. Poche and Jennifer Saltaformaggio of Keller Williams Realty.

515 St Louis Street unit #8

Via Lynda DePanicis and Finis Shelnutt of Shelnut Real Estate Enterprises

307 square feet

This modest French Quarter condo that sits three blocks from Jackson Square asks $249,000. The fully- furnished home has brick floors, tall ceilings, crown molding, French doors, and mantels. At 307 square feet, it has one bedroom and one bathroom. A shared courtyard sits in the middle of the unit’s complex. HOA dues are $121/month.

Via Lynda DePanicis and Finis Shelnutt of Shelnut Real Estate Enterprises