Sold

711 tchoupitoulas street
new orleans, LA 70130

new orleans, LA 70130

$1,390,000

  • 2 beds
  • 2 baths
  • 2,243 sqft

Listed By GLENNDA BACH courtesy of LATTER & BLUM INC/REALTORS.
Fabulous 2 bd/2 ba Penthouse with Antique heart of pine wood floors throughout, travertine baths, Viking appliances and a large balcony (approximately 23 x 10) overlooking Tchoupitoulas St. as well as a balcony off the master bedroom. Walking distance to the District, Emeril's, Tommy's, Harrah's and other award winning restaurants, entertainment venues and art galleries.

Property details

General Information

Bedrooms
2
Full Baths
2
Date Sold
Aug 9, 2019
Status
Sold
Home Type
Condominium
Square Feet
2,243

Location

Subdivision Name
Warehouse District

Community

Warehouse District

Nestled between the Central Business District and the historic neighborhood of Central City, the Warehouse District has been transformed from an industrial hub into the “SoHo of the South.” Cobbled streets below contemporary condos, old churches beside yoga studios, and war memorials overlooking french bistros – the past and present coexist in what’s becoming one of the most coveted locations in New Orleans.

 

Warehouse District real estate mostly includes high-end condos set in contemporary, renovated spaces with modern amenities in historic buildings. You’ll also find the contiguous shotgun-style homes you’ve grown accustomed to seeing around New Orleans.

 

Culture lovers of all kinds will find their fill with world-class food, museums, and the blossoming Arts District. Nationally-recognized attractions such as the World War II Museum, the Children’s Museum, and the Contemporary Arts Center create a fun, educational atmosphere that is sure to please young and old alike. For the best in entertainment, residents are close to popular music venues like The Civic Theater, the Republic and Howlin’ Wolf. It also helps when your neighbors are the Superdome and the Smoothie King Center where the Saints, Pelicans, and national headlining artists play. Of course, one of the most attractive qualities is the proximity to the French Quarter and the Garden District meaning that all the classic, historic charm of New Orleans is easily accessible.

 

This neighborhood is perfect for anyone who wants a balance between old school New Orleans charm and a burgeoning, progressive cultural scene.

Listing courtesy of GLENNDA BACH at LATTER & BLUM INC/REALTORS

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