Simply Gorgeous Home/ Pool Gardens Steps to Streetcar
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Uptown-Carrollton house description
This 'simply gorgeous' spacious and gracious historic 19th century home with a expansive tropical garden setting complete with a pool is a few steps off the St. Charles Avenue famous streetcar line which can take you all along the Avenue right to the beginning of the French Quarter. It has 4 bedrooms and 3 full baths on 2 floors in the 4800 sq. ft. in the main house.
This beautiful home is within walking distance of Tulane and Loyola Universities, Audubon Park and Zoo and hundreds of local restaurants, quaint shops and music venues. Located at the end of St Charles Avenue on the Mississippi River side of the avenue and its historic streetcar line in the vibrant section of Uptown known as Riverbend, this two story home with tall ceilings is appointed throughout with art and antiques and has a gracious and formal dining room, spacious French country kitchen, upstairs library and star watching terrace, and lush gardens in a large outdoor entertaining area where there is a charming gazebo, a 17th-century cascading French wall fountain flowing into the refreshing pool, interesting antique garden ornaments throughout the verdant gardens, and a barbeque grill, all of which can be viewed from the raised kitchen deck while sipping your morning coffee.. There are four spacious and beautifully decorated bedrooms with queen beds and each is appointed with antiques and some with armoires. The master bedroom has a a view of the pool through its bay windows and a private bath with a large walk-in open shower; the Upstairs Veranda suite and Blue Room share a bathroom with jacuzzi tub through a central upstairs hall and the downstairs Parlor bedroom is appointed with Louis XVI antiques and has a beautiful hall bathroom with an antique marble table converted to a sink. All of the three bathrooms have full baths with two having tubs and all three having showers. The formal dining room, complete with chandelier, 19th plaster ceiling medallion and console piano, has seating for 8-10 and and the adjacent French country kitchen has a French 19th c table that seats 4-6. There is plenty of outdoor seating in the expansive patio around the pool with a covered marble dining table that seats 8 and a charming covered gazebo. The spacious kitchen comes with all of the Louisiana spices, cookware, lots of tableware , and table linens.There are flat screen televisions in all of the bedrooms and in the family seating area all equipped with cable . There is High speed internet WI-FI, central air and heat, and a laundry room with a washer and dryer. Just two blocks away is the Mississippi River levee where you can take sunrise and sunset walks to enjoy breathtaking views of the large ships gliding down the river. Guests who have stayed here have raved about the home and enjoyed its historic character and details. It is wonderful home for family entertaining as the flow from the kitchen onto the patio deck overlooking the gardens is perfect to oversee the large lush gardens with several bistro table sets, flowing fountains, antique gates and sparkling pool. In the spring there is a fresh vegetable garden in one of the three privately gated gardens on the grounds which spans across the block having two separate entrances on two streets. There is off-street parking for two cars on site.
On the rear of the property where the original carriage house use to be is an upstairs sunny open-air two bedroom apartment called the 'Garden View Apartment'. This private apartment overlooks the back enclosed garden and is also available for rent either with the main house for extra guests are separately for smaller groups of travelers. The upstairs garden apartment has a separate private entrance on Huso Street that enters into a beautiful French country courtyard with a French Provincial Town fountain flowing in the middle of it and has a large provincial wooded table for outdoor dining. The upstairs apartment rents for an additional $250-$350 a night if you need more accommodations than the four bedrooms in the main house for your guests. It has a stack-able washer and dryer, two bedrooms with queen beds, and a bunk bed with two twin beds tucked away in a nook in the open air floor plan of the living area. Thus, the apartment could sleep 6 people (. There is an open wall kitchen that is completely equipped. The Oulala House/Pool and Gardens is a place you will want to return to on your next visit to New Orleans as we have many guests who have already booked their repeat vacations for next year. Inquire about our special services.
Keywords: Beautiful historic classic 19thc Uptown New Orleans home Pool and Gardens and large patio for entertaining. Only 1/2 block from St. Charles Avenue streetcar route this 4800 sq. foot two story home is appointed with antiques and art throughout and has 4 bedrooms and 3 baths, a formal dining room and a large French country kitchen equipped for a gourmet. WIFI, Flat screen TVs and Central AV, Washer Dryer, the home is in walking distance of hundreds of local restaurants, shops and musical venues.
Guest rave about their experience in this gracious real New Orleans setting with its great neighborhood and glorious furnishings. 14 foot ceilings and the charm of a real New Orleans experience for a memorable friends or family vacation.
We also have a Smile Box slide show that we send to our questS that inquire about the house for their vacation plans. And, if you book a reservation you get a very detailed newsletter written by my sister, Lisa LeBlanc Berry, who is a well-known journalist and food critic here in New Orleans. Her Oulala newsletter gives you the hottest tips on trends in local restaurants and recommends the coolest things to do during the time you are visiting. We can also attempt to arrange hard to get dinner reservations if you have special dining requests during your stay. We are also available for personalized architectural tours of the city for a minimal per person fee. We know you will just love your stay at my historic Uptown New Orleans Oulala Home/Pool and Gardens. Our calendar is booking fast for next year, so book now if your would like to reserve this jewel of a vacation rental. Merci! MICHELLE LE BLANC / OWNER
IDEAL FOR FAMILY REUNIONS !
HOUSE CAN SLEEP 8-11 PEOPLE Maximum. 8 people in the four bedrooms with queen beds and 3 additional people can be accommodated by setting up bedding on the futon in the upstairs library ; the daybed in the master bedroom; and the chaise lounge in the downstairs parlor bedroom. There is a one time $75 charge for the set up fee for bedding for the two additional beds if requested. ADDITIONAL SLEEPING ACCOMMODATIONS available on the property, which spans a whole block, FOR 6 MORE PEOPLE IN
SEPARATE GARDEN VIEW APARTMENT WHICH IS LOCATED ON THE GROUNDS AND HAS A SEPARATE STREET EXIT. Thus, total main house with garden view apartment allows for bedding for 14-17 people.
PERFECT FOR PRIVATE PARTIES AND CELEBRATIONS!
THE FORMAL ENTRANCE THAT FLOWS THROUGH THE HOUSE INTO A LARGE KITCHEN AREA THAT ADJOINS THE FORMAL DINING ROOM, OUT TO THE DECK that overlooks the pool and gardens.
SPECIAL EVENTS: There is a separate VENUE FEE and an additional refundable security deposit for the use of the house, pool and gardens for groups over 20 people that do not include the guest who are staying in the property. Any event planned for 20 people or more must be approved by the owner in writing before the event is held. The prices vary depending on the size of the group , season of the venue rental and services required for the event. Due to neighborhood considerations, there are certain restrictions on times of events, parking and hours of musical entertainment. Please provide us the information on your proposed event and we will he happy to send you a quote and a list of our additional services to make your event a memorable one at our Oulala House Pool and Gardens.
- 4800 sq. ft.
- Elevator : chair lift to second floor on staircase
- 2 story
- Vacation Rental
- Guests Provide Their Own Meals
- Private Chef
- Limited Accessibility:
- Smoking Allowed:
- Pets Not Allowed
- Children Welcome
- Non Smoking Only
Bedrooms: 4 Bedrooms, Sleeps 14, Beds for 8-14
- Queen size Beds (4) There are four queen beds in the four bedrooms in the main historic OUlala House. A separate guest house on the back of the property that rents for an additional fee has two more private bedrooms with two queen beds and a bunk bed in open air living area. The additional rental of this two bedroom garden view guests apartment offer sleeping for up to six more people for an additional fee. Please inquire about details., Twin or Single Beds (1) Two additional twin size beds are available for an additional rental fee in the Garden View Apartment that is located on the back of the grounds through three 7 foot walled gardens with a separate entrance on another street. This apartment has two queen size beds in the two private bedrooms. The twin beds are in a nook in the open air floor plan of the living area that is flooded with natural light and has beautiful views of the gardens and cascading fountain below. Apartment sleeps 6 extra people., Baby Cribs (1) If our guests ...moreless
Bathrooms: 3 Bathrooms
Kitchen & Dining
Stocked kitchen with an array of Louisiana spices. The Oulala House offers welcome groceries that include food for breakfast, milk ,coffee, drinks and other snacks to make your first night's arrival as pleasant and hassle free as possible....moreless
- Catering Available:
- Cooking Utensils:
- Ice Maker
- Dishes & Utensils
- Coffee Maker
- Pantry Items
luxury hotel collection bedding with 600 count thread sheets and 'beaucoup' pillows with pillow top mattresses offering soft, dreamy night sleeps in these beautiful antique and art appointed bedrooms....moreless
- Parking For RV/Boat/Trailer:
- Living Room seats 9:
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- For large groups the Oulala House/Pool and Gardens also has a Garden View apartment that if rented also could accommodate up to 14-16 people comfortably for a family reunion or extended friend gathering. Please inquire for extra pricing. The beautiful pool and patio is a major plus for this house as it is one of the fe properties offered in New Orleans that features this amenity. ALl of our guests gravitate to the pool after their long days of site seeing and activities. It seems to be the highlight of every groups experience day and night....moreless
Satellite / Cable:
(5) Cable television in every bedroom with flat screen televisions in all the bedrooms . The large flat screen in the media lounging area in the kitchen overlooking the pool has full cable service including HBO and other premium services....moreless
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Pool & Spa
The private pool is surrounded by a 7 foot stucco wall that surrounds this large patio with its lush gardens and large entertaining area. There is a gazebo perfect for parties, a flowing French wall fountain and an outdoor grill that we have ready for your use if you want to partake....moreless
The Oulala House/Pool and Gardens has an upstairs terrace that overlooks the front of the house. At night it is a great place to do star gazing. For the fireworks displays over the 4th of July and New Year's Eve, this is a spectacular place to have an private unobstructed view of the fireworks exploding over the Mississippi RIver....moreless
Deck / Patio:
A small deck leads off the kitchen with a bistro table for morning coffee. This wonderful covered setting provides a pleasant view of the pool, gardens, patio, gazebo and flowing 17th century French wall fountain....moreless
An absolutely beautiful cast iron gazebo with beautiful details in its arches flanks one side of the garden wall. It has a pressed tin copper roof and is ignited with twinkling lights that illuminate ...moreless
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Location & View
- Car Not Necessary
- Medical Services
- Fitness Center
- Scenic Drives
- Wildlife Viewing
- Massage Therapist
- Sight Seeing
- Roller Blading
- Botanical Garden
- Live Theater
- Health/Beauty Spa
- Horseback Riding
- Paddle Boating
- Gambling Casinos
- Bird Watching
- Only a few steps away from the St. Charles Avenue streetcar line and in walking distance of hundreds of great restaurants, shops and musical venues. Tulane and Loyola University are a 10 minute walk from the house as is the magnificent live oaks of Audubon Park and Audubon Zoo. The Mississippi River levee is just two blocks from house for beautiful sunrise and sunset runs, walks or bike rides. Fabulous location!...moreless
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my husbund and I and 6 members of my family had a magnificent time in Nola and the property lived up to our expectations and more. we had a small gathering at the house for my son and his now wife the night before their wedding ,and the house was enchanting and with so much flavor of New Orlines culture . the owner was absolutley helpfull when minor issus arised ,very prompt on getting back to me . My Italian group was able to visit many traditional locations that any tourist would go to while in New Orlines (Taxi service was quick to come to the huose ),my aunt was able to attend mass at nearby Loyola Catholic Church on sunday morning 5 minutes away ,that was very important to her .I would raccomend this property to friends and family and I will definitley stay at this property next time I come to New Orlines with a group .
- Guest Toni (Myrtle Beach ,S.C.)
- Date of stay 11/06/13
- Review Submitted 11/17/13
Recommended for: Sightseeing, girls getaway, tourists without a car.
Oasis in NOLA
Oasis in NOLA
The house and pool area are amazing! You'll find it hard to leave and visit The Quarter. The owner keeps everything very well stocked. We had plently of towels, toiletries, coffee, and all the amenities that kept us from running to the store. I would stay here again.
- Guest brendam (Rochester, NY)
- Date of stay 10/09/13
- Review Submitted 10/16/13
Recommended for: Girls getaway.
We came down to NOLA with a group of 7 ladies for a celebration of our bride to be. We could not have found a more perfect place with amazing hosts. Pictures do not do it justice.. the place is beautiful and has so much character! The beds were comfortable and we had plenty of space. Michelle stocked the house with breakfast and snacks and there were so many welcoming touches that made us feel like family coming to visit. There were so many wonderful places to eat and hang out within walking distance and the streetcar to get to the French quarter was as well. We had zero issues and Michelle kept in tough. .making herself available at a moments notice. We truly could not have picked a better place and will definitely be back to the oulala house when we make NOLA our destination again.
- Guest Heather (Southeast Al)
- Date of stay 09/05/13
- Review Submitted 09/18/13
Recommended for: Families with teenagers, families with young children, girls getaway, age 55+, romantic getaway.
We had 7 girls in town for my bachelorette weekend and we had an amazing time! The listing was completely accurate and the owner went to great lengths with stocking the kitchen and toiletries in the bathrooms to make sure guests would feel right at home. The owner was relatively easy to get in touch with and I would certainly recommend the property to others. The pool area was wonderful and basically a must when visiting New Orleans in the summer time. I definitely recommend the fat hen as a local eatery.
- Guest Michelle (Tampa, FL)
- Date of stay 08/08/13
- Review Submitted 08/22/13
Recommended for: Girls getaway, adventure seekers, tourists without a car.
From New York
From New York
The listing was described accurately and the photos were on point. the home was beautiful but wish I had more time to enjoy it. We did not have a chance to use the pool due to the rain. the owner was very nice and had everything ready for us when we arrive. We plan on coming to New orleans and renting from her again.
- Guest Melinda M.
- Date of stay 07/04/13
- Review Submitted 07/17/13
Recommended for: People with disabilities, sightseeing, girls getaway, age 55+, adventure seekers, tourists without a car.
We were a party of 6 family members attending a graduation in New Orleans. This place looked really nice online, and was better in real life. To begin with, Michelle was very quick to respond to emails and questions, which is not always the case when renting an apartment or house. So I appreciated her timely responses. My son arrived at the house a few hours before I did and his check in went very smoothly. Michelle was ready and waiting for him. On-street parking was plentiful too. The kitchen was stocked with all sorts of sweets and fruits, as well as water and juice. It was all very welcoming. The house and décor is not to be believed. It was simply gorgeous and comfortable. The art work, antiques, furnishings were of the highest quality. The beds were very comfortable. All the bedrooms were spacious. The bathrooms were modern with good plumbing and great water pressure. Each bathroom was stocked with more than enough towels, lotions, and soaps. The kitchen was large and inviting, and had every appliance one would need. (We didn't use any of them though, except for the oven.) The piece de resistance though was the gardens and pool. The landscaping was so lush it was like being in a tropical garden. It was too cool to use the pool but it was clean and inviting. There were plenty of chairs/tables available to relax in the gardens - which is where we usually were when at the house. You would never know that you were in New Orleans while in the garden because it was so quiet and peaceful back there. Great location too. We ate at a couple of really great restaurants, all within a few blocks of the house. Tulane and Loyola were very close also. The French Quarter was a short drive down St. Charles, which was a block from the house. It was obvious that Michelle takes excellent care of her house and works hard to insure that her guests are happy and satisfied. Without reservation, I would highly recommend this house to anyone. I will definitely rent this again.
- Guest Julie Z.
- Date of stay 05/10/13
- Review Submitted 05/29/13
40th birthday + bachelorette week
40th birthday + bachelorette week
10 of us stayed at Oulala for a week and thoroughly enjoyed the stay. Michelle was a lovely host, leaving us breakfast fixings and home made muffins/cakes to set us up beautifully for the first day or so. The bedrooms and bathrooms were spacious and well appointed. The backyard was our favorite space to hang out and enjoy wine, food & company. The only downside was that the common areas of the house were a bit dingy. Nothing we couldn't work around with a quick sweep of the broom but it's clearly a rental and not kept up quite as well as you might your own home. We hardly minded with all the lovely outdoor space and with all that New Orleans has to offer outside the rental. All in all - I'd definitely stay here again and would invite friends to do the same.
- Guest cdubsf (Denver, CO)
- Date of stay 04/02/13
- Review Submitted 04/12/13
Recommended for: Girls getaway, tourists without a car.
Manager response: As delightful as this group of fun-loving party girls were upon arrival I was a little surprised to discover upon a service call to the house to see that they had chosen to completely rearrange all of my valuable antique furniture and brand new sleek designer contemporary L-shaped sectional sofa into a completely different layout in the main living area. An antique Italian Fortunia fabric covered day bed that was positioned to avoid drink and food spillage was totally turned around to face the primary television lounging area and an a heavy antique marble pastry table was removed completely and placed into another room. The new designer L-shapped sectional sofa had been divided up into three sections and moved around the room into individual seating. I never had guests do this before. Although we have a cleaning crew of three women who work on their hands and knees cleaning floors and waxing the antique hard wood floors before guests arrive, undoubtedly, between so many back to back check-ins, the surfaces beneath these sofas must have gathered dust that comes up from the floor boards of these 19th century raised houses. So, when the girls decided to redesign the layout and moved the furniture all around the room, dust that was not easy to access on weekly cleanings became revealed of which is what they must be referring to. Since cleanliness is of critical importance to me, doing a white glove test throughout the house over and over again before each guest's arrival, I was disappointed to get this very first review mentioning dust and needing a broom after 12 consecutive 5 star reviews by other guest raving about the house and many commenting on how clean and fresh the house is. I am so happy that they enjoyed themselves and want to come back and will now make certain that we also move all the furniture around each time to make certain that dust does not gather under large sofas that are heavy but obviously must be moved each time to make certain that everything is sparkling for our guests which of are of upmost importance to me. Feedback is always welcomed as we strive to make the house "party perfect" for our guests arrivals with fresh flowers and goodies throughout the house. Although some of the furniture may have seemed old to these girls, many of my pieces are very valuable 19th century antiques which they may not have been as familiar with as these are common appointments found in gracious residence such as mine in southern New Orleans homes.
Wonderful House - Perfect Location!
Wonderful House - Perfect Location!
We rented this house to travel to New Orleans with friends to celebrate Mardi Gras and my birthday. This is such a spectacular house! Plenty of room for four couples - plus other local friends whim we invited over for a couple of meals. The kitchen is well stocked - there were even treats left for us! The rooms are spotless and well decorated with comfortable furnishings. While we wished it were warm enough to take advantage of the beautiful pool, we did share drinks and gossip in the wonderful garden. We could walk to so many wonderful places. I travel to New Orleans often, but had never stayed in the Carrolton neighborhood. I think I have found a new favorite place! This house is a true gem.
- Guest Nonnie (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
- Date of stay 02/08/13
- Review Submitted 02/16/13
Recommended for: Families with teenagers, sightseeing, girls getaway, age 55+, tourists without a car, romantic getaway.
Five Star Experience
Five Star Experience
Our host was a joy! Fresh baked goodies, lovely touches throughout the home and even a birthday present with a sweet sweet note. Highly recommend spending an evening in the lovely formal dining room and having Riley the house manager cook a gourmet meal for your guests and entertaining you with his piano playing. Uptown neighborhood is charming and a nice break from the nearby French Quarter. Dante's restaurant (within walking distance) is fantastic as well!
- Guest jodijodijodi (Dallas, TX)
- Date of stay 12/07/12
- Review Submitted 12/12/12
Manager response: We loved your visit and were so pleased that you chose my beautiful Oulala House /Pool and Gardens for your birthday celebration. So many of my guests now are choosing my historic Oulala House as a destination experience. Riley and staff just loved preparing a gourmet meal for you and of course he loved performing classical music for your birthday celebration. We hope you come to visit us again one day soon. Thank you for your expression of your enjoyment of my home of which I put so much of my heart into for every guest's arrival.
At home in New Orleans...
At home in New Orleans...
My family decided to spend Thanksgiving in New Orleans this year, and we could not have found a more perfect home and location! My husband and three kids (20, 18 at Tulane, and 14) were thrilled with the house, the beautiful furnishings, the eclectic and comfortable feel and attention to detail. We met the helpful house manager on the day we arrived, but never needed to call him for any further assistance because the house was stocked with everything we needed, or forgot to bring ourselves. The back yard was an oasis in the city, and yet we were only steps away from the street car. We walked to Oak Street for breakfast, and walked to Audubon Park and the Tulane campus. Lots of walking. All beautiful. We are hoping to return because we unanimously agreed there could not be a better place for us. We have never unanimously agreed on anything before...:) Thank you for wonderful family getaway!
- Guest Kelly (Katonah, NY)
- Date of stay 11/20/12
- Review Submitted 11/28/12
Recommended for: Families with teenagers, sightseeing, girls getaway, age 55+, tourists without a car, romantic getaway.
Manager response: What a delightful family to have spending the Thanksgiving holidays at my beautiful and very beloved Oulala House/Pool and Gardens. Your family exuded so much love of one another while you were here particularly the celebration of the new born baby in your midst. I am so glad you enjoyed our oasis of our gardens which we love and pour so much care into down to the strings of white lights that we love to leave on to illuminate the night to the sound of the flowing French wall fountain. We hope you come back soon to spend another family gathering at our home as you were a joy to have in every way. Thank you for your kind and glowing review.
Oulala House from $600-$650 depending on season. Spec. events holidays $650-$800. A 9% sales tax + 150 cleaning and stocking fee + $49 VRBO insurance policy 50% non-refundable payment required upon booking, remainder 7 days before arrival 30-day cancellation policy. Need more beds? rent on-site guest apt. 2-br ( sleeps 6) , one bath, w/d, C/Air garden view apt. w/ separate gated entrance. The rate for this season is $250-$350 a night + 9% sales tax + cleaning fee of $100 + $49 VRBO insurance policy
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Year Purchased: 2007
About: I , Michelle Le Blanc am the owner of French Fountains / A Gallery of Ancient Garden Elements that was founded on St. Charles Avenue in 2003. I have launched a new division of my company called The French Casting Company where we do castings of antique garden ornaments in addition to design and consultation for our clients from all over the country. You will see touches of my French collection of art, antiques, garden ornaments and fountains throughout my property which I continue to enhance on my travels. My large collection upstairs and downstairs of books includes an impressive selection of books on the historical influences found in gardens around the world. I also have a large selection of poetry books that may be of some interest to some of our visitors. I am not always here to greet you but you will sense my welcome to you when you arrive in my uniquely appointed home and gardens. Merci for considering staying with us. We look forward to your visit.
The home is located only one block from my once well known gallery at 7901 St. Charles Avenue . My new design studio is located at 8025 St. Charles Avenue. My manufacturing warehouse is located only two blocks away on the river where we do castings of 17th c fountains and ship them all over the country. Finally, there is no more vibrant, personable, and walkable section of New Orleans then Riverbend where the myriad of 19th century houses and its people have such character. Since I write and lecture on the historical gardens I have found a great resource from my strolls the glorious neighborhoods that surround my home and gardens.
The Unique Benefits at this House:
Experience the charm of a real 19th century New Orleans home with its modern comforts yet historical references. The tall ceilings, exquisite furnishings, and large rooms are one of the first thing some guest note on their arrival. Others enjoy exploring the rooms to view the fine art and antiques that they discover on their stay. However, one of the most wonderful experience is the warm and gracious setting one feels in the kitchen for breakfast or dinner where fond memories are made through good food and conversation. You will want to cook in this kitchen and then slip outside to the outside dinning area to enjoy the twinkling lights strung along the 7 foot stucco walled garden wall all year long. The favorite spot most of my guests enjoy gathering is the verdant expanse of the pool area with its numerous seating areas The sound of the fountains flowing makes for a romantic candle lite night. In the warmer months most of my guest have chosen to sip cocktails by the pool while they take a refreshing dip after a day of sightseeing. There are many places to have private conversations on the grounds that has several gardens enclosed behind stucco walls and antique gates. My favorite is star gazing on the upstairs terrace on a clear night.
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There are several walled gardens and a large outdoor pool side entertaining area
The leaded crystal front doors, 14 foot ceilings and art and antiques throughout
A French pastry table in the well stocked kitchen for a gourmet's delight.
There is a formal dining room with a piano, and seating for 8-10 with fine china
Even the bathrooms have appointments of art and antiques. Downstairs bath.
The downstairs parlor suite is appointed with Louis XVI bed and armoire.
The upstairs veranda suite adjoins a private library that leads to a terrace.
This gorgeous home has many wonderful places to lounge with friends and family.
Night pool dinners are magical, with candle light and string lights about
This gorgeous home greets you each time you return through its elegant foyer.
The entrance to the OUlala House has 19th century iron gates with arched trees.
Stain glass window detail in this 19th century home's staircase
This is the garden to the original carriage house with a back entrance.
The French country breakfast table for memorable morning conversation in kitchen
The spacious kitchen and lounging area makes for great entertaining out to pool.
The Upstairs hallway leads to the 3 art appointed bedrooms and the library.
The master bedroom overlooks the pool and gardens and has a private bath.
The upstairs 'Blue Bedroom' upstairs has an antique iron bed and fine art.
There are several gated gardens to escape to for catching up with friends.
This is the entrance to the secret back gate /upstairs 2 ( bed) sleeps six. apt
This exact casting of a 17th c. French fountain adorns one of 3 walled gardens
This is the entrance to the Garden View apartment next to the off-street parking
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