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1851 Inn on The Avenue
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- Breakfast Room
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- Laundry Room
- Built-in Cabinets
- Ceiling Fans
- Gas Logs
- Wood floors
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Restored three story 153 year old Greek Revival mansion on historic avenue with conditional use zoning as licensed bed & breakfast with approximately 5400 AC square footage . Five B&B guest rooms with private baths, elegant masters’ suite. Premier location(one of only two New Orleans licensed B&Bs on elegant Saint Charles Avenue) in the Garden District on the famous streetcar line.
The Bed and Breakfast has extraordinary original stained glass and colored glass windows throughout the bed and breakfast, including an unusual folded fan peacock window. Formal double parlor has double Austrian crystal chandeliers, Rococo Revival architecture with triple arches, two ornate gas fireplaces, 14' ceilings. Main kitchen with marquetry floor, bay windows. Sunroom with French windows and guest bath. Guest kitchenette and parlor. This New Orleans Bed and Breakfast has seven working gas fireplaces and zoned central heat/AC. Slate courtyard with exotic garden. Five guest areas furnished with antiques and artwork. Exposed heart of pine floors throughout. Three floored attics. Nynex telephone system, web site, on line reservation availability.
Luxury inn owners’ quarters has private entrance, bedroom, whirlpool bath, den with pressed tin ceiling and original cooking hearth, 13x9 closet with laundry, solarium library, secluded deck, upstairs kitchenette and laundry, study and private balcony overlooking courtyard.
Located in two historic areas, St. Charles Avenue and the Garden District, this location is superior in the city with streetcar access in front of the house and located in the heart of the Mardi Gras parade route. 26 parades, including Rex, King of Carnival, pass in front of the house.
Tour the New Orleans Garden District
Stroll past the famous Garden District mansions of celebrities and visit nearby Lafayette Cemetery. Tour magnificent St. Charles Avenue, world renowned for architectural splendor and massive oak trees. Walk to popular neighborhood restaurants, including top-rated Commander’s Palace.
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