The French Quarter

Welcome to The French Quarter

 

Neighborhood

The French Quarter is known around the world for Bourbon Street, restaurants, nightlife, and tourism.  However, what most people don’t know is that the French Quarter is primarily a residential neighborhood. Homes, condos, and rentals in the French Quarter are generally more expensive than other parts of the city, but residents are willing to pay a little more for everything the French Quarter has to offer. Dozens and dozens of historic and wonderful bars, restaurants, and shops are within a short stroll. Beautiful landmarks from the late 18th and early 19th centuries such as Saint Louis Casino, Jackson Square, the French Market, the Cabildo, and Presbytere are quickly accessible on foot.  Whenever you feel like taking a nice stroll or enjoying a quiet moment outside, the Mississippi River is just outside your back door. Additionally, the charming courtyards found in many of the buildings of the French Quarter are an added bonus for residents. If you love being in the middle of the action, the French Quarter is the place for you, however, it’s wise to take into consideration that parking is limited and there is quite a lot of activity year-round.

What to Expect

You can expect never to be bored if you live in the French Quarter. You will always have somewhere to eat and something to do. You can eat at famous restaurants and bars all within a 10-minute walk. In fact, New Orleans’ oldest bar is Antonio’s bar and it is celebrating it’s 175th anniversary. You will admire the French and Spanish style condos, bungalows, and cottages built 200 years ago. You will fall in love with the beautiful courtyards and wrought iron balconies. The neighborhood is extremely walkable and you may find that you never need to use your car.

What You Will Fall in Love With

  • History and architecture of the French Quarter
  • Close-knit community
  • Beautiful courtyards and balconies
  • Proximity to the C.B.D., Mississippi River, Marigny, and Warehouse District
  • Parades and celebrations such as Mardi Gras and French Quarter Fest

For more information about the French Quarter click here or visit the French Quarter Neighborhood Association Page.

Real Estate Information

Average Price per Square Foot

Condo- $441.42

Single Family Home- $441.50

Average Home Selling Price

Condo- $459,870

Single Family Home- $1,134,000

Average Number of Bed/Baths

Condo- 2 Bed, 2 Bath

Single Family Home- 2 Bed, 3 Bath

Average Days on Market

Condo- 102

Single Family Home- 73

Average Square Footage

Condo- 1,003 square feet

Single Family Home- 2,666 square feet

Restaurants

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Nightlife

Find out the best and most fun bars and clubs along Bourbon Street and throughout the neighborhood.

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Coffee Shops

Check out all of the coffee shops located in the French Quarter!

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Art Galleries

Explore the astonishing art galleries in the French Quarter located along Royal Street

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Workout Studios and Gyms

Find Out The Gyms in The French Quarter

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Testimonials

Find out what current neighborhood residents love about living in the French Quarter!

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