About This Listing
850' 1 BR, 1 BA fully renovated house. CAC, cable, wifi, laundry. Charming double shotgun from 1890. Open floor plan kit/LR. 14' ceilings. Full tile bath. Queen size bed. Large brick patio under 3 huge Live Oak trees is great for evening cocktails. 3 blocks from Magazine St. shopping and restaurants. Walk to the Historic Garden district, cemeteries, Commander's Palace.
Interaction with Guests
We live in NYC so interaction is limited to emails, texts, etc.. but we are always available to resolve any issues that arise.
The Irish Channel is a converted sugar plantation. The original plantation house is right down the street. The shotgun and Creole cottage style homes were built to house the many dock workers who migrated to New Orleans in the late 19th century, many of them from Brooklyn NY. The now famous Magazine St. is 3 blocks away which has miles of small shops boutiques restaurants and bars. The NOLA brewery is at the bottom of the Street on Tchoupitoulas. The Irish Channel is centrally located between The CBD, French Quarter and Audubon park.
The St. Charles streetcar is 8 blocks away and the city bus is 2 blocks away that runs from Canal St. to Audubon park.
No children. No pets. Please strip the bed before leaving. There are some food items and drinks in the house. If you use them please replace them. There is a tenant in the other half of the house. Please be respectful. NO LATE NIGHT NOISE! New Orleans recycles everything but glass. (black bin). All other trash goes into the green bin. Please do not leave any perishables.
We tried booking multiple locations before coming across Lee's listing. Booking was quick and easy! A big win for us as our trip was fast approaching.
The house is just as it looks in photos and very clean. The location is great as well - quick walk to bus stop/CC's coffee/antique shops/restaurants on Magazine.
Lee provided all necessary checkin/checkout information both over text and in email. Would recommend staying here!
Lee was a wonderful host from beginning to end, the apartment was lovely, the neighborhood convenient. We couldn't have asked for anything more.
We have stayed in several apartments in New Orleans over the past few years and this was the most beautiful and tastefully decorated.
We had everything we needed in the kitchen and the bed was super comfortable. There is some really wonderful artwork. Lee was helpful in getting us settled in and was readily available for questions. The neighborhood is safe and charming. We happened to be there for the Irish Channel St. Patrick's Day parade which was a lot of fun. Highly recommended!
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