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> Antique standard size, four poster bed ~ Sleeps two comfortably
> Countertop bar with stools, cabinets, coffee maker, microwave, compact fridge/freezer with ice trays, hot and cold spring water dispenser, large flat screen television, and stereo, with compact disc player, clock-radio. Bring your laptop, as the building has free wireless internet.
> Antique brick and slate tile walk in shower room, with rainfall shower.
> Hair Dryer, full length mirror and antique armoire for clothing storage.
> Towels furnished, usually enough for a week, but easily exchanged for a fresh supply, if needed. There is no washer or dryer, but laundry service available in the neighborhood.
> No daily maid service, but available for an extra charge and only at your request, provided by the buildings property management company.
> Studio door is key pad controlled ~ You will receive the code on arrival ~ The building front gate is key card controlled ~ You will receive a keycard on arrival.
> Parking ~ If you need to park a vehicle, a pay lot is located in the next block and available for around $5 a day. Usually some street parking available, at no charge overnight.
> Located in the Warehouse District, now considered the Art Gallery District, on Magazine Street at Julia, within walking distance to all the popular venues in New Orleans ~ 2 blocks to the St. Charles streetcar line ~ 8 blocks to the French Quarter and Bourbon Street ~ 8 blocks to the Superdome and Arena ~ 6 blocks to Harrahâs Casino and the Riverfront ~ 2 blocks to the World War II Museum ~ 4 blocks to the Convention Center ~ Coffee shops and restaurants nearby, include Emerilâs ~ Tommyâs Fine Cuisine ~ Herbsaint ~ Cochon ~ Lucyâs ~ Motherâs ~ Dragoâs ~ La Boca, just to name a few.
Just Ask > Photos available via email ~ Rate are based on a -6- month lease.
Pets allowed: No
Appliances Included: Refrigerator, Microwave
Area of City: Warehouse District
Year Built: 1987