Mardi Gras Parade Route - Huge Balcony - Streetcar at your Front Door!
Experience New Orleans in "Grand" style! This magnificent Queen Anne Italianate was built in 1880 for Joseph Walker, the Baron of the St. Charles Railroad (now Streetcar).
Walker Mansion contains 7 separate apartments in the house. Each apartment is PRIVATE with it's own Kitchenette/dining, bath(s)/bedroom(s). In addition, there are Common Spaces within the house for ALL the apartments to use (Master Kitchen, Master Dining, and Courtyard). This particular apartment, Unit 4, has 3 Bedrooms with 6 beds and sleeps 10-12 guests. It also has 2 bathrooms, a kitchenette/dining area, and 2 balconies overlooking St Charles
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> Perfect Location! Directly on St. Charles Avenue, the most prestigious address in New Orleans.
> Front row access to Mardi Gras Parades.
> Streetcar right outside the front door will take you to and from the French Quarter 24/7.
> Enjoy your own private space in the Mansion while also having access to the grand common spaces.
Walker Mansion has soaring 16 foot ceilings, original hardwood floors with inlay, gorgeous chandeliers, intricate wainscoting and crown molding. The architectural details are stunning.
> The Master Kitchen has marble counter tops and top of the line appliances. You can cook a gourmet meal or pop a frozen pizza in the oven.
> The Grand Dining Hall features a beautiful gas fireplace and magnificent chandelier. You can eat your gourmet meal at the dining table or relax with a cup of coffee in one of the comfy seating areas.
> The Courtyard located outside of the Master Kitchen is a great place to smoke a cigar and enjoy the beautiful outdoors.
History - Walker Mansion, a beautiful Queen Anne Italianate of the Victorian Era was built in 1880 by famed architect, Thomas Sully, who designed many of the mansions on St. Charles Avenue during that period. The house was built for Colonel Joseph Walker, the Baron of the St Charles Railroad (now Streetcar). He was known as a "Swashbuckling Capitalist" who made his fortune in the gambling business, which was considered a less than honorable profession at that time.