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715 Gallier Street, New Orleans, LA 70117

$1,200

Lease|2 Beds|1 Full Baths

1,053 SqFt|MLS# 2199010

Rental Price
$1,200
List Date
04/10/19
Status
Active
Property Type
Rental
Beds
2
Full Baths
1
Total Square Feet
1,053 SqFt
MLS#
2199010

Description

$1,200.00 monthly rent. Bywater amazing space, private patio/yard, double parlor, chandeliers. Eat in kitchen with black & white tile and a gas stove. Charming shotgun with gingerbread, pocket doors, high ceilings, original hardwood floors , private backyard. Shared washer dryer outdoor utility room.Window units. On street parking. In walking distance to Mississippi River and Markey Park,

Location

Parish
Orleans


Details

General Information

Lease Term
1 yr
Property Sub Type
Duplex/Double
Approximate Age
60

Parking
• Off Street Parking
Pets Allowed
• Cat
• None
Additional Features
• Cable Tv
• Ceiling Fan

Financial Information

Security Deposit
$1,200

Utilities

Air Conditioning Type
Three or More,Window Unit
Gas
Natural
Water
Public
Electric
Entergy
Sewer
City
Gas Paid By
Tenant
Electric Paid By
Tenant
Water Paid By
Owner

Heating
• One
• Window Unit

Exterior

Building Exterior
Frame

Exterior Features
• Fence
Lot Description
• Regular

Interior

Dimensions and Layout

Square Feet
1,053 SqFt

Appliances Inlcuded
• Dryer
• Refrigerator
• Range/Oven
• Washer


Listing Courtesy of GARDNER, REALTORS

Directions

Chartres on N Rampart to Gallier, toward River.


Bounding Streets

Dauphine, Royal


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Bywater

Downriver from the French Quarter, fewer than thirty blocks from Canal Street, stands the historic neighborhood of the Bywater. Situated on higher ground next to the Mississippi River, this area stayed dry during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Recognized as a National and Local Historic District, the Bywater is in the midst of a renaissance, which means continued renovation and preservation of historic structures.

Known for its rich cultural diversity, the Bywater pulls off a quiet, close-knit feel within a large city. Its personality is written across the décor of its many Creole cottages, colorful shotgun facades and other buildings throughout this older part of the Crescent City.

Within this mix, residents enjoy local attractions like art galleries, funky neighborhood restaurants and bars, and markets. The succulent BBQ of The Joint is famous among residents, and equally beloved are the farm-focused small plates of Maurepas and the wine and cocktails alongside the live music of Bacchanal Fine Wine & Spirits. Locals also frequent the Bywater Farmer's Market on St. Claude for fresh produce, herbs and more. 

The traditional components of a healthy neighborhood can be found in the Bywater's mix of churches, schools and small businesses among its residences. New Orleans Center of Creative Arts, Lorraine V. Hansberry Elementary and KIPP Leadership Primary are just some of the options available to prospective students. 

Many of the homes for sale in the Bywater are luxurious condos and lofts in newly renovated nineteenth-century style architecture, often painted with bright colors. The relatively inexpensive cost of Bywater real estate has attracted a number of new homeowners who appreciate the old world charm of historic French Quarter or Marigny architecture but cannot afford those areas.

The Bywater is perfect for anyone who wants a progressive neighborhood with personality. 

School Information

6 Listings (0.07 Mile Radius)


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