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1350 Bourbon Street, French Quarter condos…Kinda of quiet area…for the Beauregard House Condos

    The Beauregard House located at 1350 Bourbon Street is close to the bourbon Street that we all know.  It however is a very quiet neighborhood condo association between Esplanade and Barracks.  Tucked away behind its brick wall it is barely noticed except for the flowers and vines that have crept over the front gate.

     The condo association has 25 units with most of them being one bedroom units with the same basic floor plan of an alcove kitchen, living area and a good size bedroom.  They all open to the balconies and have plenty of natural light.  They surround a wonderfully landscaped courtyard and sparkling pool.  The complex is three stories.

      Each unit has French doors with shutters for the living room and windows in the bedroom.  The units are about 525 sq. ft each.  The kitchens are not large plenty of room for those who live in them on a part time basis.  Its an alcove like kitchen leaving it open to the living area.  Bath in the hall outside of the bedroom.  

    Most of the units are for second homes.  Its a safe place where you can lock the door and leave for weeks at a time.  You can enjoy the courtyard and then step out to enjoy what the French Quarter and Marigny has to offer.  You can generally park nearby as the units have no on site parking.

     There were three unit for sale this Summer and all have now sold. They were listed at 189k and 199k.  One is currently under contract so the sales price is not yet known.  The sales price on the others was 180k and 188k with the difference being the condition.  We sold one of the units as it was a good buy for the under 200k range in the New Orleans French Quarter.  A great location indeed.

     There was a special assessment for the current owners so they could do some upgrades.  You can always have the current owner finish up with the assessments which were due through the end of the year.   The pluses were location, condition of the complex, attractive units, great common areas and competitive sizes.  Just a perfect setting for a second home as the last three buyers are finding out.  There was one sale in 2010 but three in 2011 with nothing currently on the market…. 

1350 Bourbon Street, front door, French Quarter condos

1350 Bourbon Condos in French Quarter

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  1. Mary Ann Jones

    Hello,
    I would like to know if any of these condos become available in the future for either rental or purchase. Is there some way to be put on a list? I live in New Jersey, and am looknig for something for second home use.

  2. ericbouler

    Yes, just let me know what you are looking for and some basic criteria

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