Historic Algiers Point

Algiers Point • Stunning Architecture in a Historic Setting

As the second oldest neighborhood in New Orleans, Algiers Point offers a step into days gone by.  Walkable streets, front porches made for sitting and relaxing on and corner stores and restaurants to fill your needs.

A designated historic district, Algiers Point offers homes built in the late 1800s, the early 20th century and even a few newly built houses as well.  Single family homes in the Point are priced from the upper $100s for homes needing a little TLC to over $500,000 for stunning, renovated historic properties.

Multi-family homes are located throughout the neighborhood, with doubles remaining a popular choice.  Many owners choose to live in one side and rent the other side out, offsetting some of the monthly mortgage costs.  Doubles in the Point are priced from the low $100s for small homes with about 600 square feet per side to the upper $300s for larger homes with around 2000 square feet per side.

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Check out this video featuring New Orleans’ own Lauren Thom, aka Fleurty Girl, extolling the virtues of Algiers Point.

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