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Historic French Quarter Condo, Details and Origional items are impressive!

     Its not often that you see a condo renovation that keeps many of the historical features and integrates the updates that everyone likes and enjoys into the plan.  This 1830’s building with 5 condo units is one of those developments.  It has many of the ingredients that people look for in this two bedroom condo.  The price of $219,528 what sets this unit apart from many condos in the French Quarter and the Warehouse District.

     The features include high ceilings, lots of windows, long exterior balcony, 3 sets of french doors, lots of windows, wood plank floors, exposed brick the length of the condo, cypress woodwork, old fireplaces.  Its a second floor unit with a lot of privacy.  Feel like you have gone back in history.

    At the same time you have an open floor plan and new kitchen.  The kitchen features granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, lots of cypress cabinets, and recessed lights.  This condo is  great for entertaining.  

 

         The second bedroom is great for guests.  There is no parking with the unit but you are in the residential area of the French Quarter where parking is accessible.  This is most likely one of the oldest buildings that I have listed.  The condo was developed in 2004 so much is new and everything has been updated.  Your view from the balcony that extends the length of the condo. 

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  1. Andy in GR

    Eric, we have a few condos like this. Not very many, but a few. It’s always interesting when they keep some of the old features and add the new.

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