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Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Snag a French Quarter condo in a Creole cottage for $529K - [Curbed New Orleans - All]


The circa-1831 abode is quite roomy by French Quarter standards

You’ve got to be look out for sticker shock when shopping for a Vieux Carre condo. What appears to be a steal might include condo fees that exceed the monthly principal payment—and those fees often aren’t included in listings.

That’s one reason why this masonry Creole cottage is a unique find. Though it shares the building with two other units, there are no monthly HOA fees. That’s because the three owners split common expenses. Thanks to its lovely brick courtyard, yard upkeep is minimal.

The two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit sits less than a block from the Rampart Street streetcar line and Armstrong Park. At 1,220 square feet, it’s spacious by French Quarter standards. Free men of color Charles Durand and Pierre Laurent built the double in 1831, and Victorian elements were added later, according to the Historic New Orleans Historic Collection.

Inside, French doors, fireplaces, exposed brick, crown molding, wood floors, and transoms bring 19th-century elegance to the unit, which was renovated in 1999. The two-story condo has one upstairs bedroom, which includes vaulted ceilings and a dormer window, and a downstairs master with an en suite bathroom and double French doors that lead to the courtyard.

The asking price is $529,000, and that price can include the furniture.

Via: Samara Poche of Keller Williams Realty

Living room with chandelier where crown molding graces the 11’ ceilings, Wood floors and plush furnishings
Another view of the living room’s chandeliers, brick walls and staircase, where a wet bar is tucked underneath
Petite kitchen with granite counters and white cabinets
Bedroom with French doors and crown moldings

Lovely courtyard overlooked by a two story building painted yellow and its balcony, plus a small shed and trees

Source: Curbed New Orleans - All


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