What Will $1 Million Get You in New Orleans?

New Orleans is a mecca of rich history and culture.

Located in Louisiana right on the Mississippi River, New Orleans is known for its fascinating history, rich culture and popular nightlife. If you have a budget of around $1 million, you can buy some unique--and even historic--pieces of this classic city.

1110 General Pershing St. - $1,034,000
For just over $1 million, you can purchase a home in the quaint neighborhood of Touro, right next to the Garden District. This Victorian home was renovated in 2011 with new a kitchen and laundry room. There are 4 bedrooms and 3 ½ bathrooms in the main house. In the rear you’ll find a carriage house with a bedroom and bathroom, two parking spaces and beautiful gardens. This home would be perfect for a family looking to live within walking distance of restaurants and shops.

1314 Napoleon Ave Unit 24 - $1,032,000

For just over $1 million, you can buy one of New Orleans’ most unique condominiums. Originally built in 1865, this updated Victorian property has lush grounds and plenty of character. This 2,695 square-foot unit has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The master bedroom is located downstairs with a spiral staircase leading up to two additional bedrooms. This condominium is centrally located, filled with luxury amenities and updated with top-of-the-line appliances.

1100 Annunciation St # 1404 - $1,029,000

New Orleans is not a city known for its skyscrapers, but more and more have cropped up recently. This 16-story building is located over the historic Warehouse District. Each of the 86 units in 1100 Annunciation has a unique layout. Unit 1404, for example, offers a huge living room, wrap around windows and a private balcony. The building itself also offers luxurious amenities, including a rooftop pool and sundeck, outdoor cooking spaces, views of the city and river, state of the art fitness center, covered garage spaces and 24-hour security.

1425 N Prieur St - $1,175,000

If you are willing to raise your budget a smidge, you can own a piece of real New Orleans history for $1,175,000. This estate, located in the historic Esplanade Ridge neighborhood, is the former home of Spanish Colonial Leonce Olivier. This one-of-a-kind home is located on a spacious lot of 7,735 square feet. Three stories high, it boasts six bedrooms and five bathrooms. It has unique cypress woodwork, hardwood floors and exposed brick. The property also features a pool and separate guest house in the rear.

310 Audubon Blvd. - $999,000

This New Orleans home is just under $1 million and is located in the Marleyville-Fontainbleau neighborhood. This 5 bedroom and 3 ½ bathroom home was designed with an open floor plan, perfect for entertaining guests. In the back of the home, there is also an oversized den that overlooks the pool and hot tub.

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