About this listing
Come stay in a brand new renovation completed in Jan. 2016. Chic and relaxing, we provide everything a traveler needs. Minutes from Tulane/Loyola Universities and just a couple miles from the FQ, Downtown NOLA, and Central Business District.
Fully furnished! Renovated January 2016.
Custom kitchen with refrigerator, stove, microwave, utensils, coffee maker, pots/pans, and knives. Grocery is blocks away with great selection of prepared foods, beer, and wine.
Master has a king sized bed in bedroom and 2 additional rooms have queen sized beds. All beds new! High quality Egyptian cotton sheets. Large closets in bedroom stocked with iron & ironing board, extra pillows, linens, and towels.
Modern bathrooms with showers and baths (hair dryer provided).
Business travelers will love the free wifi, dining table for working, 24 hour check in, and ease of commute to Downtown.
Video monitored stairway leads you to your front porch and door. Enjoy the outdoors on the front porch...well, assuming it is not too hot outside! Come and go at your own convenience.
Check in is 3 pm with easy access at any time after that. Late flight? No problem, unit will be ready and waiting for you! We will email/text the code to access the key. Check out is 11 am.
Interaction with guests
Hosts live on the property. Enjoy the informational binder that we have left for you inside the unit. We have created information that you may need throughout your stay.
The main street is broad Carrollton Avenue, lined with live oaks, with the St. Charles Avenue Streetcar running on the "neutral ground" or central median. The streetcar barn is a block off the avenue in Carrollton, on Willow St., and the landmark Camellia Grill diner is near the corner of St. Charles and Carrollton Avenues. The old Neoclassical Carrollton court house building is on Carrollton Avenue near the Mississippi.
The neighborhood and Avenue are pronounced "kaa-rull-ton" or "kaa-ril-tin" by residents and other uptowners, but many people from the downtown parts of New Orleans (especially those born in the mid 20th century and earlier) pronounce the names as "Karl- ton".
Tulane University and Loyola University New Orleans are just a few blocks below Carrollton, and many students, faculty, and staff live in the area and patronize the businesses there. Small businesses line Maple Street
In addition to Carrollton Avenue and Saint Charles Avenue, the neighborhood still retains two "neighborhood main streets" of mixed residential and commercial use. Lower Carrollton centers on Maple Street, with many restaurants, coffee houses, bars, and upscale shops. Upper Carrollton has Oak Street, formerly hosting somewhat larger businesses (such as Woolworth); current businesses there range from restaurants and a hardware store to the best known of the neighborhood's live music venues, the Maple Leaf Bar.
Minutes from everything! A quick 5 mile drive to French Quarter and the Central Business District of New Orleans. Blocks from Palmer Park for children's playgrounds and only 1 block from Carrollton Avenue for running and biking. The Historic Street Car line is so close you can hear it while sitting on the porch. Walk to restaurants, bars, and stores on fabulous Oak Street.
Other things to note
Ample free parking on the street. There are flat screen HD TVs that have streaming TV service.
One block away from the streetcar line, which guests can take to The Universities, The Garden District, Downtown and The French Quarter.
Special event pricing applies to Mardi Gras, Super Bowl, Jazz Fest, Memorial Day, Labor Day, July 4th, FQ Fest, Essence Fest, Southern Decadence, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Sugar Bowl, etc.
No smoking inside. Neighborhood is quiet and outdoor activity should be respectful of neighbors beginning at 9 pm.
House comfortably sleeps 6. Unauthorized guests are not allowed and additional guests over will be charged a fee.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund plus service fees back.
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