Orleans Parish, Louisiana Mapped Listings, Details and Facts

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1833 WAGNER Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70114

4Bedroom(s)
1Bathroom(s)
5Picture(s)
1,276Sqft
Handyman Special!! Gutted Brick home on nice corner lot, New Roof Recently installed ready to be renovated. Call 5043523812 for more info.
Listing courtesy of KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY 455-0100
$51,900

Residential

1516 MANDOLIN Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70112

3Bedroom(s)
3Bathroom(s)
12Picture(s)
1,480Sqft
With a little effort this property would make a great home in a terrific neighborhood. 3 bedrooms with 2 full baths and double car garage. Call today! Won't last at this price. This is a HUD acquired property. Go to www.hudhomestore.com for more details. This property qualifies for the $100 down program.
Listing courtesy of NOLA Homes and Land LLC
$44,000

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7701 CONCORD Place, New Orleans, Louisiana 70126

3Bedroom(s)
3Bathroom(s)
5Picture(s)
1,700Sqft
House is partially gutted and in need of renovation. This is a corner unit and is the large 3 bedroom style with over 1800 sqft of living area. There is an upstairs Master bedroom with a private bathroom and another full bathroom that serves the other two bedrooms. Large LR and dining room, kitchen and half bath downstairs. Won't be on the market long.
Listing courtesy of GARDNER, REALTORS
$39,900

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70 CYPRESS GROVE Court, New Orleans, Louisiana 70131

1Bedroom(s)
2Bathroom(s)
13Picture(s)
1,063Sqft
Why pay rent? Pool/condo located front of bldg next to street. 1 parking space. Vaulted ceilings, den w/firepl, open floor plan to kit w/sit down bar, refrig/stove-oven/dishw. Condo fees cover ext maintenance, lawn care, water, flood ins, termite contract, security. Powder rm/util area on first floor, addit inside. Security sys for the home. Pool steps from your condo.
Listing courtesy of LATTER & BLUM INC/REALTORS
$39,000

Residential

2312 WINTHROP Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70117

3Bedroom(s)
1Bathroom(s)
5Picture(s)
1,000Sqft
Listing courtesy of GARDNER, REALTORS
$37,000

Residential

5426 ROBERTSON Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70117

2Bedroom(s)
1Bathroom(s)
5Picture(s)
700Sqft
Desired area with this fixer upper, need complete renovations with this 2 br 1 bath shotgun home.
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX Affiliates
$26,000

Residential

2227 EADS Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70117

2Bedroom(s)
1Bathroom(s)
5Picture(s)
900Sqft
Clean title, motivated seller, The structure was used a church at some point and as a 2 bedroom 1 bath on another . needs work price reflects it . renovate or start from scratch. Building sits all the way back on the property priced for lot value well you can't even find lots for that price any more . go in at your own risk.
Listing courtesy of Ecomm Realty,LLC
$19,900
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Additional help for your search and facts:

Orleans is a city-parish, encompassing the whole of the city of New Orleans. The most famous and well-known of Louisiana’s cities, “The Big Easy” is a bustling major U.S. city known for its nightlife, cuisine, music, and history. The people of New Orleans are resilient, strong and proud of their city and all it has to offer. The indomitable spirit of the parish and its people make it an enticing draw for home seekers.

ORLEANS PARISH QUICK FACTS:

  • Total area: square miles
  • Median Age: 35.5
  • New Orleans city population as of 2016: 391,495
  • Larger employers include Ochsner Health System, Tulane University, and Acme Truck Line.

New Orleans was founded in 1718 by the French Mississippi Company and named for Phillippe II, Duke of Orléans, who was a Regent of France at the time. The colony was ceded to Spain in 1763. The port was an important part of the American Revolution, where aid, equipment, and supplies were smuggled up the Mississippi River to help the revolutionaries and was a key player in the ultimate defeat of the British. Following the Revolution, Napoleon famously sold the territory in 1803 to the then-newly formed United States. Because of its access to major waterways, the city became a hub for immigrants of various populations, including France, Africa, and Haiti, as well as Creole peoples (Louisiana-born people of French and Spanish descent), and later Irish, Germans, and Italians settled in the parish, melding the cultures and traditions we can see in the city today.

The history of New Orleans can be seen in the various architectural styles of its streets and buildings. Houses include the shotgun house, bungalow, Creole cottages and townhouses noted for their ornate ironwork in the French Quarter (link to Kendra’s neighborhood page) to the antebellum-era mansions found on St. Charles Avenue.

Many people in the United States consider Orleans Parish and the city of New Orleans a never-ending Mardi Gras celebration, but that’s only a small part of the way New Orleans residents live. The arts/culture in New Orleans is an amazing hub for live music, living up to its reputation as the Birthplace of Jazz, and is home to the House of Blues and The Preservation Hall Jazz Band. However, jazz isn’t the only music in town, with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, the New Orleans Opera, as well as a ballet company, and art galleries abound.

Known as the best food city in the country, dining in the area is second-to-none, featuring French, Cajun, and Creole cuisine. Festivals include the world-famous Mardi Gras, the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, and even a Voodoo Experience Music Festival.

We can’t forget the sports: New Orleans is home to the Superdome and New Orleans Saints!