New Orleans House Rental Photos and Description
2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
Nestled in charming Uptown New Orleans, this property is conveniently located within quick striking distance of New Orleans Cuisine, popular watering holes, Audubon Park, and public transportation.
This beautiful property was completely renovated in 2007. There are two bedrooms with queen-sized beds and two elegant bathrooms. A futon folds into a full sized bed for additional guests. The kitchen is furnished with stainless appliances – a side by side fridge, a dishwasher, and a range/grill-top. The property is equipped with a washer and dryer. Wireless internet is provided.
Occupants find themselves a short stroll away from beautiful Audubon Park and the Audubon Zoo. Start your morning off with French pastries from La Boulangerie or coffee from PJ’s. Shuffle across the street for a lunch of seafood gumbo and alligator pies at Frankie and Johnny’s. Nearby, Magazine Street is peppered with popular dining and shopping establishments. Stumble home from one of several popular Uptown drinking establishments - Dos Jefes, St. Joes, and Monkey Hill are all within walking distance.
Tchoupitoulas and Magazine St. bus lines provide easy public transportation downtown.
Special event pricing applies to Mardi Gras, Super Bowl, Jazz Fest, Memorial Day, Labor Day, July 4th, FQ Fest, Essence Fest, Southern Decadence, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Sugar Bowl, etc.
This property is the twin of #422459.
Bicycles available for rent upon request.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets considered
- Long-term Renters Welcome
I moved to New Orleans in 1993 to attend Tulane University. And the City that Care Forgot wasted no time sucking me in. As a young man, my Uptown neighborhood met my every want and need - a half block from Mardi Gras, a quick stumble to some of the best live music in the city at Tipitina's and Le Bon Temps, fine eats at Dick and Jenny's, and plenty of libations within striking distance. Now I am older, with three children, and though my needs have changed the neighborhood still provides - ice cream at the Creole Creamery, snowballs at Hansen's Sno-Bliz, two playgrounds, a children's library, and pizza. And of course Mardi Gras.
I have moved three times in the last 15 years. Never more than 6 blocks.