The Victorian Condos
1629 Coliseum Street
New Orleans, La. 70130
Lower Garden District
The Victorian Condos across from Coliseum Square is an association of 11 condos converted from apartments in about 2002-2003. This was once a large Victorian Home. The condos are truly unique in that the units have such a historic feel. The developer left many of the historic features in tact.
There is a front yard and large porch for the two large front units that are each 3 story units that incorporate the torrents. Most of the condos have on site parking. Street parking is easy for visitors and second cars.
The high ceiling, wood floors, large windows, wood work really give all the units a historical feel.
There is a large courtyard and swimming pool in the rear of the complex for all to enjoy.
The location across from Coliseum Square and many historic homes in the neighborhood are second to none. You are several blocks to Magazine Street, several blocks to St. Charles Avenue and the streetcar line. You can walk 5 blocks to the New Orleans Warehouse District. I ill walk you through the Lower Garden District Neighborhood Below....
Secure entrance into the front of the building facing Coliseum
The front Porch to enter the front two units..
Side of the condo Complex and entry for some units
The courtyard in the rear of the Condos next to the pool
So much of the historic feature are left intact which makes the units more valuable and desirable. Add in the location across from Coliseum Square and then you have a winner.
Let's Check out the Coliseum Square Neighborhood, Lower Garden District
Eric's Walk About the Area...
The Center of the Historic Neighborhood is the Fountain and Park
Large Oaks and Historic Homes at Coliseum Square
Check out the porches and all the fancy woodwork....
Double Galleries, Fancy Gates and lush landscaping
Colorful Neighborhood Cottages in Lower Garden District
Easy Walk to Magazine Street Shops
St. Vincents,an Orphanage turned into a hotel on Magazine Street
Condos on St. Mary Street several blocks away.....