This 100+ year old traditional double shotgun house is completely renovated with restored pine floors, exposed brick fireplaces, new kitchen, updated bathroom and courtyard with deck. Clean, cool and close to everything! I am less than 1 block outside of the Marigny Triangle, 8 blocks to Frenchmen Street Music District, 5 blocks to the edge of the French Quarter and less than one block to the street car stop to the French Quarter, bus/train stations, Canal street and the Superdome.
Please only smoke outside. This is a non-smoking house. The kitchen is there for you to use, just please clean up after yourself. There is a dishwasher, so please use it. Also feel free to wash clothes, but please use your own detergent (or detergent left there by other guests sitting on the washing machine).
If you come home drunk on a weeknight, please try not to be loud and wake me up because I have to work in the morning and I'm sleeping right upstairs in an attic room. Chill out, relax and have a drink at the house, feel free to have friends over, but keep the crazy partying out on the town.
When you leave, if you would pile up dirty sheets and towels on floor in front of the washing machine, take out the trash and put dirty dishes in the dishwasher, that would be awesome (not really required, but super appreciated). Other than that, you just need to have fun and enjoy New Orleans!
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 24 heures avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral. En cas d'annulation au cours des 24 heures précédant le voyage, la première nuit n'est pas remboursable.
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I used to work in the software industry, but have moved on to the construction business. By day, I'm a Partner and General Manager of a local construction company that specializes in historic home renovations and I listen to live jazz music and swing dance at night. I moved to New Orleans because I love the culture, food, music and history of this city and I'm happy to share it with you. I'm a people person, so ask me questions or tell me what you like and I'll give you advice on where to go and what to do in New Orleans. I like to meet my guests, preferably when they arrive, but hopefully at some point during their stay if I don't greet them at the door. However, it is your vacation, so most of the time, you won't see or hear from me unless you call/text me.