This is for an entire apartment with a living/dining room with a queen size bed, bedroom, bathroom, and fully stocked kitchen in an historic 1870s house in Uptown New Orleans. The apartment consists of two very large rooms (18 x 18 feet) with queen size beds plus a bathroom. In the classic New Orleans "shotgun" house tradition, one enters the apartment into the living/dining room, then proceeds to the bedroom, and bath. Which is to say, one must walk through the bedroom to get to the bathroom. The living/dining room consists of a kitchen stocked with basic pots and pans for cooking plus a toaster oven and coffee pot, table and chairs, queen size bed and a sofa. This living/dining room is next to the street and can sometimes be a bit noisy during the day but is generally quite at night. Both rooms have hi-quality comfortable queen size beds with 100% cotton sheets and duvet covers with goose down duvets and pillows. This is not a high-end luxury accommodation. This is a very old house and can be rough around the edges in some places. Which is to say the place is not fancy but is very pleasant with wood floors and 12 foot high ceiling. The apartment comes with wifi and there is on-street parking. There is a three-night minimum stay for this apartment.
The house is located 3 blocks off Magazine Street within walking distance to many restaurants, cafes, and bars. This is a very old classic New Orleans house on Washington Avenue, lined with grand oak trees. This is a great accommodation if you want to stay in a New Orleans neighborhood and meet local people.
The property is centrally located, next to the Garden District, with the Magazine Street bus to uptown and downtown in close proximity and a 10 minute walk to the St. Charles Streetcar line and the MARDI GRAS PARADE ROUTES. The house is located in the heart of the "Irish Channel," a great funky and culturally diverse New Orleans neighborhood with grocery stores, nightlife, unique shopping boutiques along Magazine Street, and bars and restaurants throughout the area, including Coquette (corner of Washington Ave and Magazine), Community Coffee, Commander's Palace, Sake Café, Joey K’s Restaurant and Bar, La Divina Gelateria, The Rum House, and CC’s Coffee House. Located a few blocks from Belladonna Day Spa and Parasol’s Bar and Restaurant.