About this listing
Walk a block to Magazine St. and find everything you could ever want or need: casual dining, fine dining, grocers, live music, and more. Enjoy beautiful Uptown New Orleans.
All of the food, culture, and revelry that lure travelers to New Orleans are within a short stumble from this comfortable Uptown apartment.
-Start your morning with French pastries and coffee at La Boulangerie
-Dine on oyster po-boys at Guys Po-boys. Or if local fare doesn't strike your fancy, feast upon Thai, Vietnamese, Indian, Burgers, Pizza, Middle Eastern, or Japanese - all within a few blocks of the property.
-Fancy an upscale dining experience? Please your palate at Upperline, La Petite Grocery, Dick and Jenny's, or Vizard's.
-The best live local music in town can be found at Les Bons Temps - one block away. The hallowed halls of Tipitina's are a five minute walk.
-Libations? We have them on every street corner.
The property was completely remodeled in 2008, and everything remains shiny and new. Cable and wireless internet are provided. Relax at the end of the day on the front porch swing. Sleep off the previous night's revelries in a comfortable queen sized bed. The property has one bedroom and one bathroom, hardwood floors, ceiling fans, central air and heat, and all of the comforts of home.
Magazine Street bus service and the St. Charles Streetcar provide easy downtown access.
Bikes available for rent upon request.
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1. No-smoking inside.
2. Check-in after 1 pm & Check-out before 11 am. Flexibility on check-in times available per request. Arrival and departure times should be sent via email at your earliest convenience after booking accommodation.
3. Lost or not returned keys will incur a $30 replacement charge (key, chain and inconvenience to replace)
4. This building has several apartments. Heavy partying reserved for French Quarter! Looking to host mature, respectful and considerate adults. Not boring...just considerate - respect our home and our neighbors like you would want others to in your home.
It was a very nice! Very quiet, great amenities and access to Magazine St. and Whole Foods Market. It was perfect for our trip's need!
The neighbourhood is really great, easy access to everything you might like to do & see in New Orleans. It's a very short walk to the street car. Magazine Street is lots of fun. We had a small issue with the air conditioning but Jeff came by the next day with a repairman. We also heard some shouting a few nights from the neighbour, not sure what was going on with him, as he seemed friendly enough when we met him during the day. If you're used to city living it won't be an issue for you. The apartment is very spacious and well-maintained, and Jeff is very easy to contact.
This is a terrifically clean, stylish and comfortable apartment in New Orleans. I was there only one night but would stay longer if I had a chance. Jeffrey was responsive and accommodating. Totally recommend this apartment if you're heading to NOLA.
Jeffrey's place is an awesome location. A block off Magazine Street, close to world famous music venues and awesome restaurants. The apartment itself was really quiet and in a nice neighborhood.
Great location in a charming neighborhood! the apartment was very clean and well-stocked. jeffrey was very accommodating. highly recommended.
This was my first AirBnB experience and Jeff is the BEST HOST you’ll ever get!
The room was super tidy, the floor was so clean you could walk bare feet around the house and not feel a single piece of dirt on the floor. The location was perfect and so close to the Bus 11 bus stop that takes you to all the cool places on Magazine Street and to the door of the WWII museum.
I accidentally left a ton of clothes in one of the drawers and Jeff is even mailing it back to me.
I am super grateful to have had him as my first AirBnB host.
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About the Host, Jeffrey
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 Les Bons 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 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.