Half of an historic bracket style double shotgun at the intersection of the Irish Channel and Uptown New Orleans neighborhoods. Original hardwood flooring, brick fireplace and 12 ft. ceilings from the 1880's intersect with bright modern amenities and open floor plan. Great for a fun weekend getaway and business-ready for an extended stay. No cleaning fee!
“Kandise was such a amazing host! The property is in a great location and close for a stroll on Magazine St. My visit was at the time of the Coronoavirus outbreak. Kandise was very accomodating in allowing us to stay after the checkout time to accomodate my flight time. She responds very quickly to any inquiries about the area or the property. I will definitely consider this property again for future visits!”
License number: 17STR-03939 Elysian Fields road links my wonderful neighborhood to Lake Pontchartrain, then the French Quarter, and the central business district. We welcome everyone with open arms. If you need any additional information feel free to ask. Literally 7minutes to downtown. Home Sleeps Up To 4 Guest At Once
“If you need a place to stay in NOLA, look no further. Hollis took clean to a whole new level during the COVID-19 pandemic. His home was spotless, he had cleaners, hand sanitizer and plenty of soap for his guests to stay safe, in addition it was abundantly clear he was practicing excellent practices himself. I wasn’t even a tiny bit concerned. His home is beautiful in addition to being clean! Thanks Hollis, would come again!”
The Purple House is located two blocks from Tulane University. This apartment is a two bedroom one bath with a queen in one bedroom and two twins in the other. We also have two fold out beds. The unit has a full kitchen and a washer/dryer. The house also features a private screened in front porch and a spacious backyard with deck, grill and gardens. We provide everything travelers expect in both the kitchen and bath Note: We have a $50 pet fee (per pet/no cats) STR permit# 17STR-03988
“We enjoyed staying at Ryan’s place overnight while in the area. We have stayed in New Orleans dozens of times, but never a place like Ryan’s. It’s nice and tucked away in a fairly quiet neighborhood.”