"Someday Came" sits on the edge of beautiful Lake Saint Catherine in East New Orleans. The property is very private and is in a historic area. There are naval military forts built in 1820 at each end of the island. Andrew Jackson frequented the area as a reprieve from city life.
The lake has scenic marsh and lake views. Best sunrises on the planet! Guest are likely to see alligators, white egrets, great blue herons, brown pelicans, loons, marsh rabbits, river otters, various types of ducks and other water fowl. Off in the distance across the lake one can see a quiet, sleepy train chugging down the track of the inter coastal channel that runs between New Orleans and Mississippi.
This luxury home is elevated to enhance the views. It has a well appointed gourmet kitchen with 2 refrigerators, a large dining room, two screened in porches, and two living rooms. With three bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms and a sleeping porch, there is room to sleep twelve to fifteen people. It has unique touches throughout and a New Orleans coastal flare. There is a fishing room, a large telescope, and an artist easel. The kitchen has a collection of local cookbooks. The interior is filled with the owner's original art work.
Guest can catch red fish, speckled trout, flounder , black drum and blue crab in the brackish water right off the private dock or charter a fishing boat to pick them up. There are complimentary kayaks and paddle boards available to explore the lake . “Someday Came” is only 21 miles from the food, fun, culture and history of the French Quarter in New Orleans.