Classic New Orleans "shotgun" house is located just a few blocks from the French Quarter and only two blocks from "The Marigny" with Frenchmen Street as main attraction that has jazz and blues bars and clubs playing all through the night.
A/C window units in all rooms except bathroom. No a/c in kitchen nor bathroom. Classic New Orleans shotgun house. Old details such as non-working fire places, high ceilings, claw-foot bathtub, wood floors. It is however 100 years old and has been renovated very recently but it still has it quirks and imperfections such as stains of paint and small cracks here and there. I'm updating this house constantly with better furniture etc but current state is NOT hotel standard so if that's what you need, please stay somewhere that doesn't have quirks and imperfections. Also "shotgun" or "railroad" apartment means NO hallways, eg; you walk from one room to another.
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Full Kitchen, Full Bathroom. Towels, sheets.
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I have a rather busy schedule but have made my guests a list of places to go that I love on my air bnb profile, such as Sidney's on St Bernard a few blocks away on a Monday night to see a really great jazz band or where to get great Breakfast like Cake Cafe or where to eat awesome $6 burgers a few blocks away or where to eat at 5am etc.
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ABSOLUTELY NO SHOES INSIDE EVER. Be respectful to our neighbors. Don't park closer than 6 feet to my neighbors driveway in front of the house. Please turn OFF the A/C or heat at ALL times when leaving the house. Thanks
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I grew up in Sweden but America is second home now after nearing a decade here. I lived and travelled many places. I had this house since 2012 and it's been one large project, one of the biggest and longest I've ever done. I love victorian architecture and interior aswell as 1940's modern, 60s etc. Interior decorating is fun, I always enjoyed putting a look together. I almost never stay in hotels when I travel, instead I go with friends, friends or friends, air bnb or couchsurfer. I don't like large corporations, it feels so institutional. I love finding small independent shops and cafes in the middle of the dessert. My favorite places and towns are the ones that are barely on the map at all in dramatic settings. I guess I'm a bit eccentric.