|Minimum Stay||2 - 4 nights|
This gorgeous Victorian-era cottage has all the charm of its 120 years, yet all the modern conveniences, including fully equipped gourmet kitchen, 2 bedrooms, 2 full baths, including one with Jacuzzi tub, and is very tastefully decorated. Located in the historic, quiet, and safe Uptown neighborhood of Carrollton, directly on beautiful Palmer Park, the house is just one block from the streetcar line on historic Carrollton Avenue, the bus line on Claiborne or the taxi stand on the corner! Local grocery Robert's (pronounced ro-bears) and a 24 hour Walgreen’s are just one block away, not just great places to get staples but Robert’s also serves some of the best prepared local cuisine daily. Mere blocks from historic, yet hip Oak Street, there are dozens of nearby restaurants, bars, coffeehouses and shops. Just minutes to Audubon Park, the Universities, Downtown, the Superdome and the French Quarter by streetcar or bus. Bringing your own car? There’s a 2 car driveway.
Bedroom 1 has a queen bed with Tempurpedic mattress and Bedroom 2 has a queen size sofa sleeper with 5" memory foam pad and 5" mattress topper. There’s a large fenced backyard and a stunning 12’ x 24’ covered porch with ceiling fans and lights, complete with outdoor living room and dining table. There’s even a doggie door if you want to bring your dog! There's central air and heat, ceiling fans in every room, dishwasher, washer and dryer, gas range, microwave, 12 foot ceilings, tons of natural light, security system, 50' flat screen TV, stereo, DVD player, a desktop computer and WiFi.
I'm a native New Orleanian, yet I have traveled the globe. I'm a retired attorney who now works in the real estate industry in my beautiful neighborhood of Uptown. A couple of years ago when my father passed away, my sister and I became responsible for caring for our 90 year old mother. Consequently, I stay at my mother's house in the suburbs much of the time. After having happily traveled using VRBO myself for 20 years, the idea came to me to start using my own home for short term rentals and VOILA'! My own little "cottage industry" (pardon the pun!) was born.
Jacque Post purchased this house in 2012
My house is nestled amongst the beautiful oak trees that have made Uptown New Orleans famous, right across the street from Palmer Park, where you can catch the street car and head toward the French Quarter or, if you're in a hurry, there's also a cab stand or the bus stop just across the park. If you want the real feel of living in New Orleans in its most sought-after neighborhood, in a real historic Victorian home, then The Dubliner is for you!
I allow dogs (sorry, no cats) and there's a doggie door and a great secure, fenced backyard for them - and you!
Definitely plan to spend at least a little time enjoying the gorgeous 12' x 24' back porch; there's an outside seating group to use as a den, or take your dinner outside (after preparing it in my fantastic huge, gourmet kitchen or get it from Robert's grocery down the block, or, heck - take it out if you want from one of the many, many restaurants within walking distance of the house on Carrollton Avenue or Oak Street).
Need an computer while you're away? I've got that covered, too. Or bring your own laptop and use the wi-fi.
Upon booking this home we were a family of three that has never visited New Orleans before. We did not want to stay in the French Quarter as it was over New Years Eve and we thought it could be a little crazy for our liking. Besides that, we wanted to bring our dogs. This house was just perfect! The layout and decor was fantastic, the fenced in backyard was perfect for the dogs, and the location couldn't be better! We were one block from the St Charles Streetcar, within walking distace of many restaurants, bakeries and shops, and we were a few steps from a great park. We loved riding the streetcar each day into the Garden District or to the French Quarter. I recommend this place for anyone who wants to experience not only the lively side of NOLA but also the laid back and quiant side of the surrounding areas.
We throughly enjoyed our stay at the Dubliner. The house was delightfully decorated with travel treasures from Thailand, India, and beyond. The beds were very comfortable and the patio was a wonderful get away. Our little dogs were very comfortable and learned the use of the hidden dog door right away. We were 10 min from downtown and bourbon street. I would recommend the Dubliner to all. Lots of room, plenty of closet space, all appliances, it was a jewel!
Loved staying at this house. We liked the fenced in backyard for our yorkie,she could get out and run without the worries. Theres a park right across from the house so you can get out and walk. The St Charles Street car stop is by the park. We took it one day to the Quarter and it took about 45 mins to an hour to get there,cheap and convenient way of traveling the city.
The house has everything you need plus helpful books,menus,and pretty much anything you can think of. Would definitely stay here again.
This property sits by a park and is close to the streetcar that takes you to WW2 Museum, French Quarter, Bourbon Street, lots of other things! The house is so comfortable, beautifully decorated with high end touches everywhere. Kitchen is gorgeous and stocked with everything.
We totally enjoyed your house. It is in a very nice area and very close to the trolley system. We could walk 2 blocks and board the trolly and/or bus and go anywhere in the city in a short period of time. Everything we needed for cooking and dining was provided. We especially like the back yard where we could sit, drink our coffee and listen to the birds. The house is beautifully decorated. If we return to New Orleans we will definitely rent again. We highly recommend this property.
I had a lovely time in this Beautiful House the trolley to Downtown is across the Park and the Supermarket is one block up. Enjoyed the well manicured back yard. I can't wait to go back to New Orleans I'm going to rent this fully stocked Home again
New Orleans is a city unlike any other. Its historic architecture, history (even haunted history), the French Quarter, Uptown, Audubon Park, City Park, several famous universities and unique food and cultural have made us famous world-wide. We offer some of the most famous festivals in the world; including Mardi Gras, Jazz Fest and French Quarter Fest, but we celebrate EVERYTHING! There’s a festival honoring someone or something nearly every weekend. But chances are what you’ve heard most about are our food and music and we have plenty of them both all over the city. We have thousands of restaurants, hundreds of music clubs and hundreds more just plain ol’ bars. We love our “cocktails,” which, (did you know?) were invented here! We’re known as “The Big Easy” for good reason: if you can’t relax and have fun here, you may as well stay home!
|Property Damage Protection||$79|
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.