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Former stores turned homes in New Orleans, mapped

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In its 300 year history, it’s no surprise that neighborhoods in New Orleans have evolved. In particular, some buildings that were zoned for commercial use have transformed into impressive abodes. While the city already has a unique selections of homes, from Creole cottages to midcentury moderns, it’s not everyday you see a former store turned into a single-family home.

Here are 7 conversions on the market right now.

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7700 Cohn Street unit #4

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You can find this former corner store turned condominium in East Carrolton near Carrollton Cemeteries No. 1 and 2. On the market for $219,000, this unit has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 1,246 square feet. Highlights include its spiraling staircase and shared balcony. HOA dues are $430/month

401 Adams Street

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This massive and vibrant home in Black Pearl goes for $495,000. We find its expansive garage and studio space to be oddly attractive. Measuring at 4,605-square-foot, this home has two bedrooms, one bathroom, and an office. Just be prepared for major renovations.

601 Slidell Street

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After a $24,100 price cut, you can now buy this former corner store for $374,900. Built in 1910, this home is located in Algiers Point near Opelousas Avenue. Undergoing heavy renovations, it has an Arts-and-Crafts inspired floorplan, reclaimed wood walls, hardwood flooring, and soaring ceilings. Measuring at 1,996 square feet, this home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms.

4131 North Rampart Street

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This renovated corner store in the Bywater that has off-street parking asks $535,000. We love its corner door, airy floorplan, and deep kitchen. You’ll find tall ceilings and wide-plank floors throughout. Measuring at 2,242 square feet, this home has three bedrooms and three bathrooms.

4201 St. Ann Street

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This corner store built in 1910 hit the market for $590,000. Measuring a 1,951 square feet, this camelback dwelling has three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. We appreciate its vaulted ceilings, wood trim, and screen porch (that has a built-in hot tub). It has a tranquil yard at its rear. You’ll also find an attached, 756-square-foot efficiency apartment that has one bathroom.

4839 Constance Street

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This West Riverside Camelback has a corner store and two residential units. Far from move-in ready, this home needs a complete overhaul of its interior. It does have an updated exterior, including new stairs, doors, and a roof. Its asking price is $499,000.

7700 Cohn Street unit #4

You can find this former corner store turned condominium in East Carrolton near Carrollton Cemeteries No. 1 and 2. On the market for $219,000, this unit has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 1,246 square feet. Highlights include its spiraling staircase and shared balcony. HOA dues are $430/month

401 Adams Street

This massive and vibrant home in Black Pearl goes for $495,000. We find its expansive garage and studio space to be oddly attractive. Measuring at 4,605-square-foot, this home has two bedrooms, one bathroom, and an office. Just be prepared for major renovations.

601 Slidell Street

After a $24,100 price cut, you can now buy this former corner store for $374,900. Built in 1910, this home is located in Algiers Point near Opelousas Avenue. Undergoing heavy renovations, it has an Arts-and-Crafts inspired floorplan, reclaimed wood walls, hardwood flooring, and soaring ceilings. Measuring at 1,996 square feet, this home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms.

4131 North Rampart Street

This renovated corner store in the Bywater that has off-street parking asks $535,000. We love its corner door, airy floorplan, and deep kitchen. You’ll find tall ceilings and wide-plank floors throughout. Measuring at 2,242 square feet, this home has three bedrooms and three bathrooms.

4201 St. Ann Street

This corner store built in 1910 hit the market for $590,000. Measuring a 1,951 square feet, this camelback dwelling has three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. We appreciate its vaulted ceilings, wood trim, and screen porch (that has a built-in hot tub). It has a tranquil yard at its rear. You’ll also find an attached, 756-square-foot efficiency apartment that has one bathroom.

4839 Constance Street

This West Riverside Camelback has a corner store and two residential units. Far from move-in ready, this home needs a complete overhaul of its interior. It does have an updated exterior, including new stairs, doors, and a roof. Its asking price is $499,000.