The newly renovated apartment is located in the Lower Garden district just 3 blocks from Magazine St. and an easy walk to the beautiful St. Charles Ave.
The apartment is in the City's oldest standing Synagogue. Originally built in 1860, with bricks that were collected prior to the Civil War, the building still holds its original character. Inside the apartment you will notice angled ceiling joists that were originally used as mezzanine seating.
The Synagogue's conversion into an apartment building was completed in 2014.
There is one dedicated off street parking spot.
Sleeping: There is one Master Bedroom with an en-suite bathroom, one additional full bath, and one guest bedrooms. There is also one queen size self inflating higher end air mattress available for your use.
Sheets, blankets, hairdryer and hand soap included.
Eating: Full size kitchen, re-claimed wood counter tops, and all new appliances (stove, microwave, fridge, dishwasher, etc.). All dinnerware, cooking dishes/utensils, and Kuerig coffee selection are provided.
Guests will have access to the apartment upstairs as well as one dedicated parking space.
Interaction with guests
Upon arrival we can be there to greet you and show you to your apartment.
There will be a guide book located on the coffee table with information on where to eat, drink and how to get around. As well as information for local activities and scooter/bike rentals.
And of course we will be available to answer any other questions you may have!
Other things to note
MINIMUM STAY YEAR-ROUND IS 3 NIGHTS
PLEASE NOTE SPECIAL EVENTS MINIMUM STAYS
(some flexibility depending on availability -- please inquire):
5 nights during Mardi Gras, second weekend of Jazzfest and Halloween/Voodoo Fest
4 nights during first weekend of Jazzfest, French Quarter Fest, year-end holidays (Christmas/New Year) as well as special sporting events, such as Final Four
Weekly rates may be available depending on availability and time of year.
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This is an amazing apartment in an OCCUPIED apartment building to be fully enjoyed but treated respectfully, as you would treat your own place - so please:
No smoking on the property.
Upon entering the residence, please kindly remove your shoes.
Use provided coasters and placemats for your glasses, plates, etc.
Please help us reduce water waste. Please hang and reuse your towels during your stay.
Keep music and noise at a reasonably low level between 10pm and 9 am.
Please keep the front door locked at all times.
- Please wash towels. If you have time please throw them in the dryer prior to departure.
- Please dispose of any garbage.
- Please put any used dishes in the dishwasher and run.
I'm a real estate developer and contractor specializing in historic restorations. I love New Orleans and I'm proud to call it home! I've been a New Orleans resident for 7 years and still have yet to tire of its beauty and charm.
I truly hope you enjoy your stay and if there is anything you need please do not hesitate to ask!