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In the Faubourg St. John neighborhood. Located at the tip of Esplanade Ridge in the heart of the city. Walking distance to the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. This is one side of a double that has three bedrooms with one queen bed each, one full bath and a half, a formal dining room, living room, large & backyard patio and lounge area where you can sit and hear the music from the Main Stage of the Jazz Fest. Plus, a true cook's kitchen with a Viking stove.

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This lovely home is in the Faubourg St. John neighborhood. Located at the tip of Esplanade Ridge in the heart of the city. You will be just 5 minutes drive to the French Quarter and the Marigny district and 10 minutes drive to the Superdome, central business district, and warehouse district. The home is located within walking distance to Bayou St. John, City Park/Voodoo Fest, New Orleans Museum of Art and 8 blocks to the Endymion parade route. And best of all, it is so close to the fairground/Jazz Fest, you can sit in the garden and listen to the bands playing on the Main Stage. After the Jazz Fest ends for the day the party pours into the street and the neighborhood.
There is off-street parking for two cars. The house has three bedrooms with three queen beds, a formal dining room, a backyard patio lounge area nestled in a private garden and a true cook's kitchen with a six-burner Viking stove and ample cooking utensils and serving pieces.
According to Fodors: "With its tree-lined streets and avenues, neighborhood gathering places and historic landmarks, the Mid-City and Bayou St. John neighborhoods are decidedly more tranquil than their downtown counterparts. While you may not find "Huge-Ass Beers to Go" or music blaring out of every doorway here, you will find a quieter form of charm in the gardens, galleries, and lagoons of City Park, in the elaborately constructed tombs of the cemeteries, and on the tree-shaded patios and decks of the restaurants and cafés where you can listen to the church bells keep time as you relax with a cold drink."
There are major bus and streetcar lines to the French Quarter and CBD within walking distance of the house. Taxis frequent this area and a bike lane runs to the quarter.

*There is a firm 6 adult guest limit. Children are welcome and not counted in the 6 person limit.


Chambre 1
1 lit queen size
Chambre 2
1 lit queen size
Chambre 3
1 lit queen size


Parking gratuit sur place
TV avec abonnement standard au câble
Patio ou balcon
Dépôt de bagages autorisé
Lit parapluie
Livres et jouets pour enfants

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La Nouvelle-Orléans, Louisiane, États-Unis

The house is located in the heart of New Orleans in the Faubourg St. John Mid-City neighborhood. Mid-City is the heart of New Orleans, the area where locals come when they want to remember what makes the city the wonderful and fun-loving city it is. Mid-city showcases the spirit of a true neighborhood as defined by that unique measure of camaraderie found only in this city.
The area is built along the Esplanade Ridge, an area that was a natural levee along which the city first developed. In 1913 a young engineer named Albert Baldwin Wood made Mid-City habitable when he developed the screw pump, a device that allowed water to be pumped from land situated below sea level. Before that, this charming neighborhood was poorly drained swampland that was easily prone to flooding and generally swarmed with mosquitoes.
It was the grand address of the Creole upper class in the 19th Century, Esplanade Avenue is a living gallery of 19th and early 20th-century residential architecture. The oak-lined boulevard and the surrounding neighborhoods, with proximity to both City Park and Bayou St. John and an excellent stock of historic housing, draw natives and visitors alike to this area. Esplanade Ridge is a favorite of artists, musicians, and music lovers.
Both the racetrack and the New Orleans Museum of Art are within walking distance, and public transit puts Downtown and Uptown within easy reach. The shops and restaurants in the 3000-3200 blocks of Esplanade Avenue are a community haven to the residents and visitors. The Faubourg St. John is known for its abundant parks, architecturally-significant homes, museums, the Bayou St. John waterway, restaurants and shops along Ponce de Leon and Broad Streets.
Just a few houses down from the house is the Luling Mansion. It is a crumbling, neglected mansion. It was, however, one of the grandest buildings in a city of grand buildings. It was built for the wealthy cotton merchant, Florence Luling in 1865.
It was designed in an opulent Italianate style by a member of New Orleans’ most eminent family of architects, James Gallier Jr. Gallier’s father had been responsible for the Baroness Micaela Almonaster Pontalba’s luxurious building which surrounds two sides of Jackson Square in the French Quarter, and Gallier Jr. had designed the Vieux Carre’s Opera House. Taking two years to construct, the lavish Luling Mansion had 22 elegantly appointed rooms. The formal grounds included a lake with its own island and sat on 30 acres overlooking the Bayou St. John.
But tragedy struck the Palatial home when, not long after moving in, both Luling’s sons drowned in the Bayou. The Civil war devastated Luling’s cotton business and he sailed for Europe, never to return to New Orleans. In 1866, Gallier also drowned when a paddle steamer he was sailing from New Orleans to New York sank in a hurricane. Two years later, Gallier Jr. then succumbed to a yellow fever epidemic that was devastating New Orleans.
Before Luling left for Europe, he sold his grandiose home to the Louisiana Jockey Club. The exclusive club had just purchased the neighboring Creole racetrack and built a magnificent grandstand, opening as the Fairgrounds Racetrack in 1872. The Luling Mansion became their HQ where they would host extravagant cocktail parties and masquerade balls in flamboyant New Orleans style.
The Jockey Club left the building in 1905, and it was turned into private apartments. The 30 acres of gardens were carved up into new streets and small family homes. Where once the Luling mansion help pride and place on Esplanade Avenue, it became surrounded and cut off by the new property development; today, unless you knew what you were looking for, you could pass the once magnificent home and not even know it was there. But secluded away in a system of small, anonymous one-way streets and suburban sprawl, the hard to find manse is still there, divided up into eight apartments.

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Arrivée : 15:00 - 21:00
Départ : 11:00
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