Flickering gas lamps welcome you to a place where you can immerse yourself in authentic NOLA atmosphere that embodies both the historic and the modern.
Designed and custom built by southern architect Corbett Scott, the home’s camelback design and quintessential New Orleans architecture fits right in with the city’s historic charms.
The home’s main living space is illuminated by windows on all sides, with a dining area and French doors that lead out to the gardens and patio.
The large professionally equipped kitchen is a foodie’s dream with a central island that creates convivial social spaces for sharing.
There are three light-filled double bedrooms on the upper floor with room for up to six guests. The outdoor terrace has dining spaces and a front porch that puts you right in the scene.
Custom details include patchwork tile and original artwork, with clubby Chesterfield furnishings and timeless antique finishes and decor that lend an old world elegance that connects you with the city’s unique past.
Guest concierge available 24/7 for the duration of stay, with meet and greet, complimentary champagne and home prep on arrival, with optional services including grocery stocking, transportation, touring arrangements.
Wifi throughout, two 65” flat screen 1080 Samsung TV’s, one 60” curbed screen 1080 Samsung TV with Netflix and Amazon Video, sound system, kitchen and bath essentials, robes and slippers, laundry facilities, private parking.
You’ll be right in the middle of the action from here. Just minutes from the French Quarter, in the thriving Bywater neighborhood, the district has emerged as one of the vital centers of town with a thriving art scene and some of the most inventive new restaurants in the city.
Centered around St. Claude Avenue, there are more than thirty visual and performing arts locations, along with an array of artisan galleries. Close to Frenchmen Street and down river from Marigny, the area is also home to some of the best nightspots and live music in New Orleans.
Close to the parade route for P’Tit Rex (shoe box floats) and just a few blocks from many of the city’s most eccentric parades: Krewe du Vieux, Delusion, Chewbacchus, and Saint Anne Parades.
New Orleans, Louisiana. Nearest Airport: Louis Armstrong International Airport (17 miles)
BEST TIME TO VISIT: New Orleans is one of those bucket list cities but the best weather is typically from February through May and during the Fall. And of course, for the adventurous Mardi Gras is a must and one of the world’s premier Jazz Fests happen every April.
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