New Orleans House Rental Photos and Description
2-Shotgun Apartments,both are 2 Bedrooms + Den, 1.5 Baths, (Sleeps 4-5)
The apartment's are is this 100 yr.old gated 'double shotgun'.You do walk through each room to get to the next.
Two rocking chair's welcome you to the property.
You enter the apartment in the living room.A mantle piece with a comfortable sofa, ottoman & several chairs.
The first bedroom is the next room.
A queen sized bed,armoir & or closet,dressing mirror & a chair by the window for reading or relaxing with your laptop.
The 2nd bedroom follows with a queen sized bed,dressing mirror,a sitting sofa.
A full bath,full kitchen & laundry room with washer dryer are the rear of the floor plan.
There is a large,fenced back yard being landscaped into a garden late summer '13 & it is beginning to resemble a garden.I am a master gardener and have a small garden design business 25yrs.
I walk to the grocery store & out to lunch or dinner.
You will be 2 blocks off of our beloved Magazine.
You will be in the 3000 block, between Louisiana Avenue & Washington Avenue.
St. Charles Avenue is only a few blocks up Louisiana Avenue.
Referred to as 'The Avenue' St.Charles is where you catch a street car,taking you uptown to Aububon Park's golf course & Zoo.
Tulane & Loyola University's are across the street from the park.
Traveling downtown on the streetcar( or trolley )will carry you 3 miles through our Central Business District (CBD)to the French Quarter.
The CBD has some of the city's great restaurant's (LUKE & COMEA are 2 of my favorite's) gallery's,local owned shops & workshops (like glassblowing).
Hotels & museum's.The WW11 Muesum & African American Museum are in the CBD.
The trolley ends where the French Quarter begins at Canal Street.
It turns around and comes back uptown.
You can come home on the trolley or I prefer to call United Cab to bring you back.It's about $10.
The streetcar cost is a $1.75.
If you don't have the exact change someone always offer's to help you out.
Cross Esplanade Street will put you Faubourg Marigny neighborhood where Frenchman Street's & the city's great musician's go to meet & play.
Eat upstairs at Adolfa's,then go down to Snug Harbor or any of the great places to see & support musician's there.
- non smoking only
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome
- pets considered
A southern girl from N.C. I relocated to New Orleans after many yrs. in Boston,NYC & Atlanta.
The city's sidewalks & architecture was what I discovered I needed.
I am a mature,quiet,owner of a small garden design company for over 20+ yrs.
Extensive resume in theater & film but relocated to New Orleans to realize my real passion as a jazz singer.
Currently studying vocal's with Betty Shirley,one of our local celeb's & have a band in the works.My guitar player lost his home in Hurricane Issac.We should be up & running after Mardi Gras.
Animal lover,especially dogs.Rescued many here but high numbers of 100 over the years.I adore dogs.
A dog is with me when I am on this property.
I also,care for & ride a beautiful, quarter horse twice a week along the levee & Audubon Park.
I am a daughter,a sister,a godmother,an aunt,great aunt & a friend to several even some from 1st grade.
Facebook name given upon request.
Reference's upon request.
I am a great host.
Since calling New Orleans home over the last 5 yrs,I have resided in 5 different neighborhoods
This is the best neighborhood.
Location,walking to everything you need.
Walking to streetcar for what in not within walking distance.
Live with the locals.