New Orleans, LA 70116
New Orleans French Quarter Real Estate
The French Quarter is a Timeless and Vibrant District
If you would love to live in Europe someday, you'll love living in the French Quarter. This New Orleans neighborhood has all the ambiance and timelessness of Europe close to home, with houses that showcase some of the world's most stunning rooms and patio gardens.
It's known as the "Vieux Carré," or "Old Square" in French, and has been the center of attention since New Orleans was founded in the 1700s. Tourists may flock to the French Quarter for its music and nightlife spots, but the Vieux Carré has so much more to offer to residents.
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Key Features of the French Quarter
It's a Historic Neighborhood
There is a reason that the French Quarter is so timeless. It was the first neighborhood established in New Orleans and has witnessed local and national history firsthand, from French and Spanish colonial rule to industrialization and modern developments. But history is preserved in the French Quarter through the architecture of existing buildings and homes.
There's Plenty of Fun
As an established New Orleans neighborhood, the French Quarter has a historic appeal to today's visitors and residents. But there's so much to discover, and not just its history. Music, nightlife, and world-famous restaurants (such as Antoine's and Galatoire's) have kept this New Orleans neighborhood alive and thriving in the 21st century.
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The French Quarter is full of history, and so is Antoine's Restaurant. Established in 1840, it has been serving French-Creole cuisine to New Orleans locals and tourists for over a century. Antoine's is still owned and operated by the family of the original founder.
Board the authentic steamboat and you'll step back in time. Natchez, operated by the New Orleans Steamboat Company, takes visitors for a 2-hour cruise on the Mississippi River to experience what life was like in New Orleans more than a century ago.
It's one of many historic homes in New Orleans's French Quarter. The Beauregard-Keyes House was built in 1826 and could tell many stories about how New Orleans has changed, but today it offers daily tours and can be reserved for a wedding or other event.
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French Quarter Real Estate Information
While the French Quarter does offer single-family homes, there are few of these properties available. Prices for houses in the French Quarter often rise above $600,000. However, there are condos available in a wider price range throughout the French Quarter, typically ranging in price between $130,000 and over $1,000,000.
Since parking the French Quarter can be difficult to find, many residents either lease parking by the month in nearby parking garages or find condominiums with available parking.
Living in the French Quarter is certainly appealing in New Orleans, and it's easy to find the best home if you have the best real estate agent on your side. Call us when you want to view available listings in the French Quarter! We would be happy to give you a tour.
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