Gorgeously renovated and filled with hand-selected local art, this Stay Heirloom home is a modern homage to the creative spirit of New Orleans. Quirkily decorated and seriously comfortable, this three-story home features modern amenities, tons of natural sunlight, and is centrally located to all the spots in downtown NOLA.
- 5 Bedrooms, 10 Beds
- Bedroom 1: Queen bed, Twin bed
- Bedroom 2: Queen bed, Twin bed
- Bedroom 3: King bed, Twin bed
- Bedroom 4: Queen bed, Twin bed
- Bedroom 5: 2 Queen beds
- 4 full bathrooms
- Open concept living area features original local art as well as a huge, custom-made dining table
- Large sectional sofa with additional seating, 60" Smart LCD TV with Hulu, Netflix, and other apps
- Private backyard, deck with grill
- Tons of area to unwind with your group of family, friends or colleagues
- Accessibility: please inquire
Interaction with guests
You will have complete privacy here. Every question you ask or concern you may have before or during your stay will be promptly addressed via messenger or phone. Entry is keyless, meaning there’s no need to coordinate key pick up.
Other things to note
If you have questions you need answered before securing your booking, or you simply want to talk with us first, please click my profile picture at the top of this listing and then click the "contact host" button to send an email directly to us without submitting a reservation request.
If this property is close but not quite the one, please reach out to us directly. We own and manage high end rental homes in the area and we'd be happy to find you and your group the perfect fit!
Brett’s home is located in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States.
The lower Treme is a distinctly local and historic neighborhood with blocks of interesting Creole architecture. Rich in cultural history, many New Orleans greats have called the lower Treme home: Jelly Roll Morton, Sidney Bechet, civil rights activists, Mardi Gras Indians, Brass Bands, and Second Line parade leaders. Our home is a short stroll from Frenchmen Street, and the French Quarter is easily accessible.
The best way to get around is by foot, bike, taxi, or Uber. For cycling enthusiasts, New Orleans is an eminently bikeable city, and there are several rental and tour companies in close proximity (we especially recommend Bicycle Michael’s on Frenchmen Street). The Quarter and the Marigny are both within walking distance, and other hotspots such as The Bywater neighborhood and Magazine Street are a short cab ride away.
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