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5 French Quarter homes for sale with amazing courtyards

Secret gardens are essential when it comes to living in a 24/7 party neighborhood

An award-winning Lake Terrace home designed by Lee Ledbetter asks $1.38M

Built of brick and glass, this contemporary lakefront home is an art collector’s dream.

A third-floor condo in the French Quarter’s Jean Adrien Delpit House asks $525K

The updated 1809 home has a former life as a tobacco factory

Sophisticated French Quarter condo wants $573K

The stylishly renovated abode sits in a 19th-century building with a great balcony

A sunny shotgun conversion in Faubourg  St. John wants $449K

The former double has hickory floors and fireplaces

A beautifully preserved circa-1879 Italianate-style townhome on Esplanade Avenue hits the market for $2.2M

It’s been featured in films ranging from Cat People to The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

A Victorian double shotgun in Holy Cross asks $225K

Functional and cash-generating, a traditional New Orleans double can’t be beat

What $250,000 buys you in the French Quarter right now

Condo-hunting in New Orleans’ oldest neighborhood

In the French Quarter, a five-unit compound housed in a 19th-century Creole cottage asks $1.95M

The pink multifamily home is income- AND charm-producing

A classic shotgun home in Mid-City asks $369K

The charmingly preserved cottage offers traditional New Orleans character

The Grace King house gets a price chop

Built in 1849, the Greek neoclassical home now asks $2.25M (down from $2.75M)

A side hall Victorian in the French Quarter hits the market for $1.68M

The lavish abode includes a courtyard and guest house

A circa-1919 manse by Audubon Park asks $1.25M

It’s hard to say whether the home’s park-adjacent location or stylish renovation is more appealing

A 19th-century Creole cottage in the French Quarter asks $1.49M

A pool, courtyard, and carriage house complete the luxe package

Renovated 1940s charmer in the upper 9th Ward asks $269K

The vintage cottage got a quirky-chic update thanks to a local cabinet maker

In the French Quarter, a Victorian double shotgun asks $575K

Private courtyards, a porch, and rental income

In Bayou St. John, a renovated Victorian shotgun asks $449K

The renovation took it from double- to single-family home

A $1.94M Lake Vista home has a pool in the front yard and Lake Pontchartrain in the back yard

It’s designed to maximize its bucolic, park-like environment

Warehouse District condo in a 100-year-old building asks $315K

A sunny, sweet spot for next year’s White Linen Night

What $125,000 buys you in New Orleans right now

Five homes in five New Orleans neighborhoods

Once home to Mama Rosa’s Slice of Italy, this Rampart Street building now houses luxury condos

One three-story townhome asks $1.4M

In the Irish Channel, an Eastlake Victorian double gets a sophisticated remodel and hits the market for $725K

In the Irish Channel, a classic double gallery asks $795K

Offering a prime St. Patrick’s Day location to its lucky future owners

In Bywater, a circa 1900 shotgun conversion asks $300K

A modern update to a classic New Orleans design

A newly renovated Gentilly craftsman asks $299k

An updated suburban oasis hits the market near Gentilly Terrace

Irish Channel camelback asks $569k

Open floor plan adds tons of space to two-story home

A Victorian side hall just off St. Charles Avenue asks $875K

It’s an exorbitantly luxurious home at an only moderately exorbitant price

Built in the late 1860s, this Garden District center hall wants $3.5M

Highlights include a library, a wine cellar, and a pool

In Bywater, a converted double built circa 1800s asks $429K

A restrained, elegant renovation preserved the pine heart floors, wainscoting, and cypress doors

A 102-year-old cottage in quaint St. John Court wants $599K

The bungalow is one of 16 anchoring one of New Orleans’ most charming communities

In the Garden District, a circa-1862 Victorian gets a price chop, from $2.15M to $1.99M

That price gets you not one, not two, not three, but FOUR houses

Built in the early 1800s, this Creole cottage in the Marigny Triangle wants $460K

The cheery abode has a guest house and a long history

What $350K buys in the French Quarter right now

Five Vieux Carre condos, one price point

This renovated Creole cottage in Bywater wants $799K

The 19th-century dwelling received a high-tech update (which includes a retractable wall)

Expansive French Quarter townhome hits the market for $1.7M

It’s basically three luxe apartments in one

Bright Uptown cottage wants $675K

Converted from a double to a single-family home, this Uptown abode has minimalist leanings and an airy feel

Elegant, renovated Garden District side hall asks $859K

Chandeliers and mantels galore on a petite fenced lot with a brick patio

In Fontainebleau, a renovated raised basement home asks $575K

The circa-1920s stucco home has original features and a tropically landscaped backyard with a deck

Here’s what $500K buys you around New Orleans

Homes in the French Quarter, Bayou St. John, Irish Channel, Uptown, and Marigny Triangle