About this listing
Cozy 2 bedroom/1 bath apartment located in the best location in the city, on the corner of Magazine and Washington, right between the Garden and Lower Garden districts. Three blocks from Commander's Palace, Lafayette Cemetery, St Charles, and right by the epicenter of all the wonderful Magazine St restaurants, bars and shops (Coquette is 2 doors down, Stein's Deli, The Saint, Balcony Bar, Half Moon, Tracey's, Parasols, The Bulldog, etc are all within walking distance). There's a Starbucks directly across the street, and a Whole Foods only 2 miles away.
The apartment has lots of windows and is located on the 2nd floor in the back of a 3 unit building, overlooking a garden. The 1 bathroom is located through the master bedroom. Really simple and lovely with old school charm. Private washer/dryer, cable tv, wireless internet and PARKING SPOT are all included. Also the apartment has a shared patio area downstairs in addition to a small balcony upstairs.
A weekly maid service is available upon request.
Located where the Irish Channel becomes the Lower Garden District
Bus stop on the block. Trolleys on St Charles 5 blocks away
This was the perfect visit to NOLA. Rafi gave us awesome detailed instructions. The place was exactly what I expected. It's an awesome location in NOLA that gives you an authentic experience. It's close enough to downtown, where you can party the night away, or venture over to uptown for some cool dive bars. I love New Orleans even more after my visit.
I rented this apartment for a few days on christmas vacation and everything was perfect. The apartment is really nice and comfortable, and it´s placed in one of the most interested areas in New Orleans, the street has awesome houses and it´s full of restaurants, cafes and cute shops.
We had a GREAT stay here! The space is, indeed, 'charming,' and the location is so convenient to everything you need along Magazine Street. We were very comfortable here; the apartment is more spacious than it appears online. The photos don't do it justice. Our favorite things were comfy furniture and layout, lack of clutter (Yay!), amazingly hot water in the shower and lots of free refrigerator space for all our yummy farmers' market finds, Whole Foods treasures and wine, drinks. Another big Yay! Is the devoted parking space, which in NOLA, is a rare and precious thing.