House is in a safe neighborhood with great bars, restaurants and shops blocks away. Recently renovated, the property has an open concept kitchen, living and dining room on the 1st floor and 2 large bedrooms and 2 bathrooms upstairs. High ceilings throughout.
Uptown 2 story, 2BR house on Magazine St. New renovation. Open concept. High Ceilings on both floors. Rocking chairs on the porch. Clean, not cluttered. A discount to well-behaved returning guests.
The property shares a wall with our friends and neighbors next door and they have a new baby. Out of respect for them, we ask that you please try to keep quiet at night.
All new furniture. Down pillows and down duvets. Flat screen TV. Two stand up marble and subway tiled showers and one claw foot bathtub. Two stories. Two bedrooms and two full baths upstairs. One king size bed and one queen size bed, one sectional couch. Living room, dining room, kitchen, and half bath downstairs. Cable TV and WiFi included. Washer and dryer. Central AC and heat. Front porch with two rocking chairs overlooking Magazine Street.
On the Magazine Street part of the uptown parade route for some Mardi Gras parades. Approx 5 blocks to Whole Foods and other Magazine Street shops, bars, restaurants. Approx 7 blocks to St. Charles street car. Approx 3 blocks to shops, bars, restaurants on Prytania. Walk to Audubon Park. Minutes to Tulane University and Loyola University. Magazine street bus stop to downtown literally right outside front door. Bus line #11. Great value and surprisingly efficient.
Like any good New Orleans home, there's a great neighborhood bar (Henry's) and a solid restaurant (Domenica Pizza) within a block.
Free off-street and on-street parking is easy and available.
Please send an inquiry if you have any questions.
The neighborhood is safe and easy to walk to bars, restaurants, and shops on Magazine and Prytania. There's a great neighborhood bar and an award winning restaurant less than a block away. If you want to walk 3 blocks, there are even more excellent options.
The #11 bus line that goes up and down Magazine is the fastest way to get downtown to the French Quarter, Warehouse District, and Central Business District. House to French Quarter takes about 15 minutes. The bus stop is across the street. Check NORTA for routes, stop, and fare details.
The St. Charles streetcar line is about 5 blocks away and is the leisurely way to get downtown. It's about 45 minute ride to get to the French Quarter.