New Orleans House Rental Photos and Description
1 bedroom, 1 bathroom; sleeps 2-4
Our charmingly cozy 1-bedroom / 1-bathroom Garden Apartment with its private, gated side-garden entrance is exquisitely furnished with a full kitchen, cable television, remote controlled heat and air conditioning, as well as a fireplace in the living room, wireless Internet access, clothes washer and dryer, contemporary appointments and its own secluded and intimate breakfast nook back deck.
Curbside parking is readily available on the street in front of the apartment. The apartment is located in a lovely venerable home within New Orleans' historic Esplanade Ridge / Mid-City neighborhoods near the city's sprawling City Park (which includes the New Orleans Museum of Art, Botanical Gardens and the Sculpture Garden, a natural forest and arboretum (great for bird watching!) and some great fishing spots. Being not far from both the Fair Grounds & Slots (home of the Louisiana Derby) and, of course, the infamous French Quarter, convenient public transit to all areas of the 'Crescent City'area is readily available via city bus, taxicab, streetcar, and even free river ferry!
The home is situated on a lovely tree-lined street with several popular restaurants nearby. Curb-side street parking is readily available, and the apartment itself has recently undergone a Spring freshening up with a new bed and a newly acquired sleeper-sofa with a high-quality memory foam mattress. The apartment can sleep a maximum of 4 people.
With a 3- to 5-day minimum stay requirement, and market-driven nightly rates... please inquire regarding Special Event dates, as to length of stay requirements and discounts, deposit payments, and cancellation policies.
Our neighborhood has a variety of quality restaurants and convenient shops and markets close by.
- wheelchair inaccessible
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- pets considered
- non smoking only
Why richard n prell chose New Orleans
This home is in a unique historic neighborhood and is relatively close to New Orleans' famous French Quarter. The house dates back to the 1870's and is a typical, but lovely, example of the old craftsman style of the period and region.