“The last condo in a 10-unit development by Freret Street is up for grabs at $549K” with Curbed New Orleans

Featuring front and rear balconies, it sits on the second floor of this freestanding building.

By Missy Wilkinson

Drive down Valence Street toward Freret, and you’ll notice a row of new, double-galleried homes among its collection of double shotguns and Craftsman cottages. Though they loosely resemble the sprawling, stately abodes sprinkled throughout the Garden District, these buildings aren’t grand single-family homes—they’re a new condo development.

Ten units occupy the five buildings, each of which is a double, and all were built between 2016 and 2019. Prices started at $398,000 for a two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit, and now all are sold except for this second-story condo at 2328 Valence Street.

It has front and rear balconies and just enough of a front yard to feel like a house, not an apartment. The interior has trendy amenities (granite counters, stainless-steel appliances, contemporary light fixtures, walk-in closets) and classic New Orleans features (floor-to-ceiling windows, transoms, high ceilings).

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