Treme Manor is a private, luxury home six minutes walking to the French Quarter, 15 minutes to the heart of Bourbon Street.
Built during the progressive era and completely renovated in 2014, this 19th century masterpiece retains original heart pine floors, fireplaces and stained glass windows. Unique architectural features throughout, include antique Egyptian French-style doors and transoms. High ceilings, custom windows and crystal chandeliers create optimal lighting.
The layout has three spacious bedrooms each with en-suite bathrooms that are ideal for privacy and convenience. Four queen beds, one futon bed and an elegant double parlor equipped with two comfortable sleeping sofas allows the home to easily host your group with amble space. Hypo-allergenic sheets, pillows, blankets and towels are provided for each guest.
Fully equipped kitchen with quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances off-set by a separate dining and lounge area provides ample space for entertainment and relaxation.
Outdoor furnished patio with a fountain create a quiet oasis for travelers looking to wind down after a long day or recuperate after a long night.
Free 300 Mbps internet powered by a new meshed Wifi router system creating the most superior speeds throughout the entire home. Enjoy the ease of free street parking in the neighborhood saving guests on the large expense of parking in the French Quarter.
Amenities include: blackout curtains in every room, Sonos whole home sound system, smart coded door locks, Keurig coffee maker, gas grill, fast Wifi, 4K television.
Room layout & Sleeping Arrangements:
Bedroom #1: One real Queen bed with a private full bathroom
Bedroom #2: One real Queen bed and one memory foam single futon with private full bathroom
Bedroom #3: Two real Queen beds with a private full bathroom
Shared Spaces: One half bathroom and two Queen memory foam sleeper sofas
This award winning home has continued been ranked #1 - luxurious home, caring host & blocks to the French Quarter.
The Treme neighborhood is lively and authentic. Enjoy exceptional dining options, local gems and access to the underground jazz scene.
Louis Armstrong Park which houses the New Orleans Jazz National Historic Park and Congo Square is our closest historical landmark, one block from your doorstep.
Rampart Street originally build by the French to fortify New Orleans was recently reinvented by the city. Wider lanes and pedestrian paths lit by ornate lanterns make the French quarter easily accessible on foot or by car.
A new streetcar opened on Rampart Street in the fall of 2016 and runs daily through the historical district to St Charles and uptown New Orleans.
Ursuline Street, our namesake address, is home to the oldest building in Louisiana. Ursuline Convent was created by nine nuns who settled in Nola in the early 18th Century and later founded Ursuline Academy, the first Catholic school in the country and longest continually operating girls’ school currently located in Uptown NOLA.
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