The Carrollton area has a history of being where the erudite summered in New Orleans featuring lovely streets populated by stately Oaks and beautiful Victorians lining this streecar boulevard. The Elysian is situated along historic oak-lined Carrollton Ave, mere steps from the St. Charles Ave Street car. This 3 BR/2 BA, is one of six flats in a lovely Historic home that has been faithfully restored to it's original grandeur with a mix of the historic and the modern, featuring two master bedrooms, each with a Queen bed, full-closet and one with an en-suite full bath. A junior bedroom also features two twin beds and full-closet. The heart of the home is a cozy kitchen with a large eating/lounging area and a living room featuring a flat screen TV/DVD, cable and Wi-Fi internet. Plenty of room for all to gather and pass an evening, host a dinner party, or settle in for a quiet dinner for two.
Spacious yet intimate, the Elysian is perfect for families or several couples traveling together. The Elysian is a quick walk or one Street-car stop from Oak Street. Nestled in the Riverbend section of Uptown New Orleans, sits Historic Oak street. Whether at full-tilt during the Oak Street Po-Boy Festival, just coming to life on weekend mornings with crowds seated outside the Oak Street Cafe for fresh homemade doughnuts and live Jazz, or past sunset when crowds at the ever-popular Jacques- Imo's Restaurant and Maple Leaf Bar spill out on to the sidewalk, there's always something going on. Recent development has brought Oak Street back to life and turned it into a 'mini-Magazine' street with it's eclectic shops, boutiques, and various restaurants of all sorts, local groceries, pharmacies -even good old American fast food!
Good Eats!: Camelia Grille, Jacque Imo's, Maple Leaf Bar, Ninja Sushi, Rue De La Course, Oak Bar, Curry Corner, Mona's Mediterranean, Oak Street Cafe, Sno Balls, Lebenon Cafe, Cafe Greneda, Panchito's Mexican, Little Tokyo, Saltwater Grille, O'Henry's, Brigsten's, Matt and Naddies, Dante's Kitchen, China Orchid, Hana, Cold Stone Creamery, Cooter Brown's Oyster Bar, New Orleans Daiquiri, Le Madelaine, Lousiana Pizza Kitchen to name a few...all within a quick 15 minute walk!
Other Activities: Swamp tours, French Quarter Tours, Cemetery Tours, Walking, Jogging, Bicycling, Rollerblading and Horseback riding on the Mississippi River Levee. Easy access to Saints and Hornets games via S. Claiborne Avenue. Live music nightly at the Maple Leaf Bar on Historic Oak Street. You'll enjoy your stay from start to finish.