Faubourg Livaudais Apartment Rental Photos and Description
1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom close to everything
Enjoy the charm of New Orleans living in an historic Victorian Camelback, built in 1861.
Close to everything; walk to world famous Commander's Palace, stroll down oak and mansion lined St. Charles Ave, go antiquing on Magazine St, ride the St. Charles Streetcar down to the French Quarter or up to the Universities and Audubon Park, visit the WWII Museum, and dine at any of the myriad of restaurants that make New Orleans a foodie paradise.
This lovely one bedroom, 1 bath apartment is perfect for a romantic getaway. Enormous pocket doors, high ceilings and a floor-to-ceiling window overlooking the porch are just a few of the architectural details to delight the eye. The newly renovated kitchen is ready for those nights you want to stay in. The living room is large and comfortable with satellite TV, WiFi and a sofa bed. The bedroom has a super comfy memory foam queen size bed. Bathroom access is through the bedroom so it is more suited for a couple or a small family. The apartment sleeps up to 3 adults. Linens and towels are provided.
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- wheelchair inaccessible
We listed our first unit on HomeAway for Mardi Gras 2012 and have been enjoying our guests ever since. We live on the premises and take delight in sharing gems of the neighborhood and the city with our guests. It has been such a pleasure to meet so many lovely people!
Corinna purchased this apartment in 2011
What makes this apartment unique
Our home is an historic shotgun camelback double built in 1861. Somewhere down the line it was converted into a 4 plex but it still retains many of the architectural flourishes that make New Orleans homes so charming. We love this old house and have been slowly renovating it. The neighborhood is perfect for us; we're a block from the streetcar, walking distance to so much, and our neighbors are wonderful. We enjoy this property immensely and intend to live here for a very long time.