New Orleans Condo Rental Photos and Description
Condo, 1 Bedroom + Den, 1 Bath, (Sleeps 5)
Relax on the brick courtyard under stately oaks in Uptown New Orleans; just blocks to St. Charles and Magazine Streets. Live like a local New Orleanian, soaking in the tropical atmosphere of the Old South at this spacious and accommodating abode. This charming 1880s home, once owned by a Senator has been charmingly renovated in 2008 and 2009. Included are fabulous makeovers in the new kitchen with granite counter tops, bedrooms, and baths...renovated to perfection!
Beautiful pine floors, original to the house glisten. This stately home features original cast iron fencing and a gate, an old St. Louis brick pathway to the courtyard, stained glass up the stairwell, high ceilings, ceiling fans, a fireplace, transoms, and with all the fine amenities to make your stay enjoyable and memorable.
This comfortable atmosphere has the features of home with a furnished kitchen with all new appliances including a full-size microwave, dishwasher, stove, coffee maker, hot water dispenser, and disposal. Coin-operated washers and dryers are on the property for your use. All these features comfortably accommodates up to 5 guests.
This home is surrounded by the ole New Orleans charm with streetcars just two blocks away that will take you to many destinations throughout the city including the French Quarter, Superdome, Canal Street, Lower Garden District, Central Business District, City Park, Audubon Zoo, and historical cemeteries. The streetcar would be a great choice to take you to the historic universities Loyola, Tulane, and Xavier. Magazine Street is two blocks in the other direction which is well known for its eclectic shops, antiques, French pastries, and local restaurant favorites. Visit New Orleans, for pleasure or business, and you will find a relaxing and comforting environment that welcomes you back again.
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
Mary Jean Davies
I love the Uptown area; it's a place where I grew up in the Big Easy. The area has such charm and history that browsing the neighborhoods never gets old and I always find something new each time.