Short Term Rental License Permit LIC.17STR10612
This Historical Home was built in the early 1900's. Totally renovated, with all the charm of New Orleans. Our New Orleans Creole shotgun home is very spacious with new furniture and all the making of a comfortable home.
The Historical Bywater neighborhood is an artsy area with easy access to the Quarter, Frenchman St, Crescent Park, cafes, restaurants, grocery, park, and bars all within walking distance.
Welcome, and enjoy our Historic Bywater neighborhood.
We are close enough to the French Quarter to walk (15 -20-minute walk), but still far enough to not have the noise, expensive parking and activity of the French Quarter. If the walk is too much just call UBER FOR AROUND $6-10.00 (taxi), or rent a bike.
The Brennah Rose Place has a Living room with hardwood floors, TV, sofa and 2 chairs. The kitchen is fully furnished, (but who wants to cook when you're in New Orleans and you have all this good food).
Stairway/Bedroom has a daybed with a trundle.
Bedroom #2 has a new queen bed and mattress and hardwood floors.
Master bedroom is upstairs and has a new king size bed with a new mattress, also has a full-size bed with a new mattress for guest traveling with small children that would like them to sleep in the same room with them and TV.
Bathroom #1 consists of a toilet and combination tub/shower. #2 consist of a toilet and shower. Just about everything NEW.
The Brennah Rose Place has all you need with a driveway and off street parking always close to the house.
Great Location.... New Orleans ranked 2nd best U.S. city by Travel + Leisure in 2015, 2016, and 2017
Travel + Leisure attributes New Orleans' rise in the rankings to a growing number of new hotels, shops and restaurants across the city as well as the thriving Faubourg Marigny and BYWATER neighborhoods.
Uber about $6.00 +/- from my house to the French Quarter
neworleansonline.com for tours
Our home is a vacation rental for a nice place to stay while you are in our home. We do not allow any parties, receptions, functions, and anything in that order. Sorry, but we are in a Historical Neighborhood, and we must respect our neighbors.