5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, sleeps 10
About Frank Glaser
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Pool / Spa
Minimum age of primary renter:18
College Football Championship Weekend
The house is absolutely beautiful and fabulously equipped. It was obviously recently remodeled, and it showed. There was a slight error in the listing as it stated the house was a 5/4 when it was actually a 6/3. Had no effect on us at all, just a minor typo. Tankless water heater so we never ran out of hot water. Washer/dryer equipped which was also a help.
Frank promptly answered all questions fully and completely. Door combination was communicated at the time that was agreed upon and worked n the first try. Only had a slight issue locking it as the deadbolt isn’t quite lined up, so you had to hold the door shut tightly to get the deadbolt to set. Again, minor deal.
The only issue I was slightly concerned about was the location. We would have gladly walked to the Superdome but the area beneath the interstate has become a homeless tent city. The house next door is also in deplorable shape. Hopefully it will be purchased and have the same type renovation as this house. Once inside the house, all is good, though, and we simply uber’d wherever we needed to go. I’m semi local so it didn’t bother any of us guys, but the girls were a little sketchy with it at first.
One more suggestion, put a door mat or disposable piece of carpet inside the front door. It was muddy in front of the house due to the rain. A bunch of it got tracked inside since the outdoor mat was full of mud as well. Hate to see those beautiful floors get ruined.
All in all, a great weekend! Would recommend.
The Treme is a distinctly local and historic neighborhood with blocks of interesting Creole architecture. Rich in cultural history, many New Orleans greats have called the Treme home: Jelly Roll Morton, Sidney Bechet, civil rights activists, Mardi Gras Indians, Brass Bands, and Second Line parade leaders.
With that said, please note that this home is in a transitional neighborhood. Renovations are happening all around this historically working class, black, creole, and Italian community because of its central proximity and vibrant culture. As with any New Orleans neighborhood, common sense is the rule as far as safety is concerned. However, there's plenty to love here! Our neighborhood has plenty to see and do in its own right -- we suggest all newcomers to the area check out Willie Mae's Scotch House located a few blocks away. (Best fried chicken in all of New Orleans!)