Upscale New Orleans Condo

Upscale New Orleans Condo

Ashton

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
2 baths

About our home

This upscale condo is located only one Block off of Bourbon Street in the nicest part of the french quarter. This two story Condo building is about 1600 square feet, with very large balconies giving you great views of downtown and Bourbon Street. Master bedroom is huge with a large walk-in closet. Two bedrooms equipped with King and Queen size beds,1 1/2 baths, there is an air mattress available to set up as well. Plasma TV's throughout and a stereo system integrated throughout the house and on the out door Balconies. Parking is always an issue but not here equipped with a garage so you never have to fight for parking.

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More about us

  1. Were a couple who resides in Houston and New Orleans

  2. Ashton is in the energy business and Lauren is a Pilates Instructor

  3. We both have flexible schedule, so traveling anytime is not a issue

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Buzzy restaurants
Gallotories
Cool bars
Lafitte's Blacksmith , Pat O'Brians
Cozy cafés
Cafe Du Mond- This original French Market coffee stand has been serving cafe au lait and beignets since 1862
Retail therapy
Magazine Street- From elegant furnishings to hand-smocked dresses
Bit of culture
French Quarter- From the elegant hotels and restaurants to the fantastic music clubs, shopping and more
Walks in the park
Audubon Park- opened in 1898 and was the site of the World Cotton Centennial in 1884. People travel from near and far to marvel at and enjoy the ever-beautiful oak trees, lagoons, and expansive green space located within the park.

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