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Homes for sale near the North Rampart Streetcar line

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Opened in late 2016, the North Rampart/S.t Claude streetcar spans 1.3 miles from Canal Street to Elysian Fields Avenue. Now, over a year later, how much does it cost to buy a home near New Orleans’s newest streetcar line?

If you’re interested in homes near New Orleans’s other streetcar lines, check our maps on the Canal Street and St Charles lines.

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528 North Rampart Street apartment 2

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You can buy this stunning 19th-century condo for $298,900. While renovated in 2004, this home keeps its historic charms, having exposed brick, pine floors, and 11-foot ceilings. We’re in love with its open floor layout and wood-centric kitchen. HOA dues are $380/month.

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1009 St. Louis Street

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You can live less than a block from the Rampart Streetcar line in this Greek Revival townhouse that asks just under $1.3 million. Standing three stories tall, it has amazing 13-foot ceilings, gorgeous hardwood flooring, original medallions, and striking chandeliers. Though, our favorite parts of this home are its front- and rear-facing balconies.

Via Darrin Duplissey/Witry Collective and Kim Catalano/Keller Williams Realty

1025 St. Peter Street

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This Victorian cottage that’s in need of a renovations asks $649,000. Built in 1888, this abode appears to have good bones, and maintains much of its original details (check out its hardwood floors, tall ceilings, and built-in bookshelves). Measuring 1,875 square feet, this home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. It even has a modest courtyard at its rear.

Via Brett Rector/Witry Collective, LLC

631 Burgundy Street

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One of the oldest homes for sale in New Orleans, which sits a block for North Rampart Street, asks $1.8 million. Built in 1830, this two-story home has a overhauled interior, soaring ceilings on the ground floor and vaulted ceilings on its second floor. We’re a fan of its double parlor, plaster medallions, cypress floors, and detached guest home.

Via Clare Folson and Adele Hunt of Urban Vision, LLC

823 Burgundy Street units 1 and 3

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If you’re looking for a smaller space, you can buy this condo and its guest home for $839,000. This purple Victorian abode has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Highlights include its open floor living room, vaulted ceilings, and exposed brick. A landscaped courtyard sits at this home’s rear. Its guest home has a studio floorplan with a full kitchen and bathroom. HOA dues are $665/month.

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1423 Henriette Delille Street unit A

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In Treme, this studio condo that sits a block from the streetcar line asks $199,000. This cottage-like complex has a simple and vibrant facade. Measuring at 400 square feet, this home has an airy layout and one bathroom. HOA dues are $343/month.

Via Samara Poche and Jennifer Saltaformaggio of Keller Williams Realty

421 Burgundy Street apartment #1

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A block away from North Rampart Street, you’ll find this lovely condo that asks $294,900. We love its pine floors, spacious layout, and furnished kitchen. At 591 square feet, this home has one bedroom and one bathroom. HOA dues are $369/month.

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1831 North Rampart Street

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This vibrant home is one of our favorite Creole cottages on the market in New Orleans. Built around 1850, this home has lively shutters and dormers, 12-foot ceiling, hardwood floors, and an exposed brick fireplace. Measuring at 2,824 square feet, the home has four bedrooms and three bathrooms.

Via Bart Gillis/Keller Williams Realty

1017 Esplanade Avenue

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You’ll find this cute condo in a complex that sits near the intersection of Esplanade Street and Rampart Avenue. The home opens to an airy living room that has two columns that separate it from the kitchen. The unit has two bedrooms, one bathroom, and 797 square feet of floorspace. HOA dues are $511/month.

Via Brigitte Fredy/Latter & Blum

2624-26 Marais St

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In St. Roch, roughly a block from the streetcar line, you can buy this double for $250,000. Built in 1938, the home has an owner’s unit with two bedrooms, one bathroom, and 1,001 square feet of floorspace. The second unit is slightly smaller with two bedrooms, one bathroom, and 947 square feet of space.

Via Carmen Waring/Latter & Blum

528 North Rampart Street apartment 2

You can buy this stunning 19th-century condo for $298,900. While renovated in 2004, this home keeps its historic charms, having exposed brick, pine floors, and 11-foot ceilings. We’re in love with its open floor layout and wood-centric kitchen. HOA dues are $380/month.

via Kara Breithaupt/Snap Realty

1009 St. Louis Street

You can live less than a block from the Rampart Streetcar line in this Greek Revival townhouse that asks just under $1.3 million. Standing three stories tall, it has amazing 13-foot ceilings, gorgeous hardwood flooring, original medallions, and striking chandeliers. Though, our favorite parts of this home are its front- and rear-facing balconies.

Via Darrin Duplissey/Witry Collective and Kim Catalano/Keller Williams Realty

1025 St. Peter Street

This Victorian cottage that’s in need of a renovations asks $649,000. Built in 1888, this abode appears to have good bones, and maintains much of its original details (check out its hardwood floors, tall ceilings, and built-in bookshelves). Measuring 1,875 square feet, this home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. It even has a modest courtyard at its rear.

Via Brett Rector/Witry Collective, LLC

631 Burgundy Street

One of the oldest homes for sale in New Orleans, which sits a block for North Rampart Street, asks $1.8 million. Built in 1830, this two-story home has a overhauled interior, soaring ceilings on the ground floor and vaulted ceilings on its second floor. We’re a fan of its double parlor, plaster medallions, cypress floors, and detached guest home.

Via Clare Folson and Adele Hunt of Urban Vision, LLC

823 Burgundy Street units 1 and 3

If you’re looking for a smaller space, you can buy this condo and its guest home for $839,000. This purple Victorian abode has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Highlights include its open floor living room, vaulted ceilings, and exposed brick. A landscaped courtyard sits at this home’s rear. Its guest home has a studio floorplan with a full kitchen and bathroom. HOA dues are $665/month.

via Lisa Shedlock/French Quarter Realty

1423 Henriette Delille Street unit A

In Treme, this studio condo that sits a block from the streetcar line asks $199,000. This cottage-like complex has a simple and vibrant facade. Measuring at 400 square feet, this home has an airy layout and one bathroom. HOA dues are $343/month.

Via Samara Poche and Jennifer Saltaformaggio of Keller Williams Realty

421 Burgundy Street apartment #1

A block away from North Rampart Street, you’ll find this lovely condo that asks $294,900. We love its pine floors, spacious layout, and furnished kitchen. At 591 square feet, this home has one bedroom and one bathroom. HOA dues are $369/month.

Jon Huffman/Jon Huffman Real Estate

1831 North Rampart Street

This vibrant home is one of our favorite Creole cottages on the market in New Orleans. Built around 1850, this home has lively shutters and dormers, 12-foot ceiling, hardwood floors, and an exposed brick fireplace. Measuring at 2,824 square feet, the home has four bedrooms and three bathrooms.

Via Bart Gillis/Keller Williams Realty

1017 Esplanade Avenue

You’ll find this cute condo in a complex that sits near the intersection of Esplanade Street and Rampart Avenue. The home opens to an airy living room that has two columns that separate it from the kitchen. The unit has two bedrooms, one bathroom, and 797 square feet of floorspace. HOA dues are $511/month.

Via Brigitte Fredy/Latter & Blum

2624-26 Marais St

In St. Roch, roughly a block from the streetcar line, you can buy this double for $250,000. Built in 1938, the home has an owner’s unit with two bedrooms, one bathroom, and 1,001 square feet of floorspace. The second unit is slightly smaller with two bedrooms, one bathroom, and 947 square feet of space.

Via Carmen Waring/Latter & Blum