New Orleans House Rental Photos and Description
House, 4 Bedrooms + Den, 3 Full Baths, (Sleeps 8 - 10)* When TWO per bed
Circa 1880's Greek Revival side hall double parlor home on historic Magazine Street! In the hip, safe, Lower Garden District near coffee shops, diners, funky shopping and antiques.
Four bedrooms, plus den with pull-out bed, three full bathrooms, huge kitchen. Master suite has California king bed and large 120 sq. ft. bathroom with separate dual head walk-in shower and clawfoot bathtub.
Media room can be secured with two doors, has a full bath within the secured area, and the couch converts to a bed.
The master bedroom has a California King, the front and middle bedrooms have queen beds and there is one double bedroom. Media room with huge wall screen, projector and 5.1 stereo, DirecTV, Tivo and HD with a DVD, and a pull out bed for an addtional bedroom. Front parlor with piano, and large dinner formal dinner table.
3671 square feet of original New Orleans. Almost everything is original and was renovated in 1991 with materials native to New Orleans homes. Please check out the video tab to the left (music courtesy of the New Orleans Jazz Vipers).
Kitchen has two stoves, and separate dining area in addition to the front dining room and adjoining parlor.
House has been used for movie crews, rentals and cooking shows. Heather Graham stayed here!
Personal crawfish boil available through top notch caterers.
Email for more information.
Todd Grove, owner
Karen Dolan, House Manager and Booking Agent
Keywords: Large 4 bedroom house, plus pull out couch in media den for 5th bedroom. 3671 SF two story Greek Revival side hall double parlor.
- children welcome
- pets not allowed
- Events Allowed
- non smoking only
Todd Grove moved to New Orleans in 2003 and purchased this magnificent house in 2004.
Todd is a producer of live theater, comedy, and music events internationally.
Karen Dolan is the house manager and is available for all inquiries.
This house is in an ideal location. Just between the grand houses of the Garden District and the great restaurants of the Warehouse district, on a beautiful, residential, tree-lined stretch of Magazine street. It has a coffee shop on one corner and one of New Orleans' best breakfast diners in the city near the other.
We love this location as it is close to everything. It is safe, and the park a block away is great for relaxing.
Everyone say's 'hi' and everyone watches out for each other. Very different from our experiences in Chicago and New York. New Orleans is truly different.
Huge screen projector television in main media room, DVD player, 5.1 stereo, CD.
Shopping on Magazine street along with antique and window browsing is a must. And, the Mercedes Superdome and Arena are within walking distance for sporting and entertainment events.