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Creole cottages for sale in New Orleans, mapped

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While the shotgun home may be one of New Orleans’s most iconic designs, the Creole cottage is the city’s oldest.

According to the Historic District Landmarks Commission, Creole cottage design dates back to the 18th century and was influenced heavily by French and Spanish culture. Traditionally, Creole cottages were built for efficiency, cost effectiveness, and inclement weather demands.

At its facade, a traditional Creole cottage tends to have four openings—two windows and two doors—with each half being symmetrical. The roof of the cottage is wide, and is often complemented by two window openings that pop up out of the roof.

The floorplan is a square shape, with each room equal in size to the next. There are, of course, exceptions to the rules. Most Creole cottages in New Orleans are over 150 years old, so it’s safe to assume their various owners may have made additions, carved a single into a double, or altered their facades.

There are a plethora of Creole cottages for sale in the Crescent City, so we combed through the listings to find you the absolute best.

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833 Esplanade Avenue

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Built in 1836, this Creole cottage features a maximalist interior courtesy of its most recent owner. Twenty-seven artist were hired to paint unique designs around the home, themed around pop culture and historical imagery. Some of the most impressive work is found in the kitchen, which was essentially treated as a canvas. Its asking price is $1.295 million. 

Via Samara Poche and Jennifer Saltaformaggio of Keller Williams Realty

1831 North Rampart Street, Marigny

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Built circa 1850, this tall and vibrant Creole Cottage in the Marigny Triangle hit the market for $824,000. At first glance we’re in love with its tall dormers, green shutters, and transoms. It has a spacious floorplan, complete with 12-foot ceilings, hardwood floors, and exposed brick fireplaces. Its modern kitchen has stainless steel appliances, bar-top seating, and subway tile. The home has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 2,824 square feet of floorspace.

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921 Burgundy Street, French Quarter

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For $998,000, you can buy this early 19th-century Creole cottage that sits near the North Rampart Streetcar line. Renovated by Clay Shaw, the home has built-in bookshelves, and updated kitchen, and modern light fixtures. Out back you’ll find a landscaped patio with a fountain. Measuring at 1,630 square feet, the home has two bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms.

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2021 Dumaine Street

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In Treme you can snag this renovated Creole cottage for $369,000. The home sports an open floorplan with hardwood floors, exposed ceiling beams, and recessed lighting. At 1,818 square feet, the home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms.

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1200 Clouet Street

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This late 19th-century Creole cottage in St. Claude is on the market for $315,000. You’ll find an airy layout, 11-foot ceilings, and a well-equipped kitchen. Standing two stories tall, the home has three bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, and 1,506 square feet of floorspace.

Via Michelle Labanca/French Quarter Realty

1601 St Ann St

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Built in 1835, this renovated Creole cottage has exposed brick, tall ceilings, and a spacious kitchen. At 3,106 square feet, this Treme home has four bedrooms, and four bathrooms. Other highlights include its backyard patio and off-street parking. The asking price is $569,400.

Via Renee Harris/Keller Williams Realty

833 Esplanade Avenue

Via Samara Poche and Jennifer Saltaformaggio of Keller Williams Realty

Built in 1836, this Creole cottage features a maximalist interior courtesy of its most recent owner. Twenty-seven artist were hired to paint unique designs around the home, themed around pop culture and historical imagery. Some of the most impressive work is found in the kitchen, which was essentially treated as a canvas. Its asking price is $1.295 million. 

Via Samara Poche and Jennifer Saltaformaggio of Keller Williams Realty

1831 North Rampart Street, Marigny

Via bart Gillis/Keller Williams Realty

Built circa 1850, this tall and vibrant Creole Cottage in the Marigny Triangle hit the market for $824,000. At first glance we’re in love with its tall dormers, green shutters, and transoms. It has a spacious floorplan, complete with 12-foot ceilings, hardwood floors, and exposed brick fireplaces. Its modern kitchen has stainless steel appliances, bar-top seating, and subway tile. The home has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 2,824 square feet of floorspace.

Via bart Gillis/Keller Williams Realty

921 Burgundy Street, French Quarter

Via Bryan Francher and Leslie Perrin of Gardner Realtors

For $998,000, you can buy this early 19th-century Creole cottage that sits near the North Rampart Streetcar line. Renovated by Clay Shaw, the home has built-in bookshelves, and updated kitchen, and modern light fixtures. Out back you’ll find a landscaped patio with a fountain. Measuring at 1,630 square feet, the home has two bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms.

Via Bryan Francher and Leslie Perrin of Gardner Realtors

2021 Dumaine Street

Via Jeremy Reneau/Keller Williams Realty

In Treme you can snag this renovated Creole cottage for $369,000. The home sports an open floorplan with hardwood floors, exposed ceiling beams, and recessed lighting. At 1,818 square feet, the home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms.

Via Jeremy Reneau/Keller Williams Realty

1200 Clouet Street

Via Michelle Labanca/French Quarter Realty

This late 19th-century Creole cottage in St. Claude is on the market for $315,000. You’ll find an airy layout, 11-foot ceilings, and a well-equipped kitchen. Standing two stories tall, the home has three bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, and 1,506 square feet of floorspace.

Via Michelle Labanca/French Quarter Realty

1601 St Ann St

Via Renee Harris/Keller Williams Realty

Built in 1835, this renovated Creole cottage has exposed brick, tall ceilings, and a spacious kitchen. At 3,106 square feet, this Treme home has four bedrooms, and four bathrooms. Other highlights include its backyard patio and off-street parking. The asking price is $569,400.

Via Renee Harris/Keller Williams Realty