Homes and Condos on Esplanade Ave. in New Orleans, A very Colorful Block Indeed…

 Esplanade Hotel in French Quarter

      Esplanade Ave is one of the more interesting Streets in New Orleans as it winds it self from the French Quarter at the Mississippi to Bayou St. John at City Park.  These homes are all in the same area as the street leaves the French Quarter.  One has been turned into a hotel.  One is a double town home, and the other an elegant single with wrap around balcony.

    It is also a great area to find a condos the buildings are relatively newer and larger.  The area gives you a real neighborhood feel along the Oak covered Avenue.  The parking is much easier than most parts of the French Quarter and access is easier from the interstate.

     The new Street car line will come down N. Rampart as it makes its way from the train station to Elysian Fields.  The Marigny Triangle is a hot spot for local musicians and clubs and its a short walking distance away.

     It is one of my favorite spots for that condo purchase because you get that old world charm in a quiet mostly residential neighborhood.

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Esplanade Home in New Orleans

Esplanade Ave Historic Home, New Orleans French Quarter

French Quarter Sidewalks and balconies

1020 Esplanade Ave Condos, The Courtyard

      This is one of my favorite Courtyards and Pools at 1020 Esplanade  Ave.  It was once an Italian Hall for dances, weddings, and social gathering.  You never get to see some of the nicer courtyards from the street as they are hidden and normally walled in for privacy.

Condos on Esplanade Ave. New Orleans French Quarter Homes

     The condos at 1004 Esplanade are one of my favorites as the units are large with plenty of natural light.  The Victorian Home is much newer than most homes in the French Quarter.  It was turned into several large condos from a large home.  Just very nice.  The two best units sold again in 2012 in April and September.

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