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Built in the 1860's, "Little Orange" is half of a "shotgun"; thus, it boasts the hallmarks of traditional New Orleans architecture: 13 foot ceilings, cypress mantels, pocket doors, tall shuttered windows, and hardwood floors. The shutters are a vibrant orange to remind you of this city's Caribbean spirit. Bienvenue aux tropiques! The apartment is fully furnished and appointed, the space comprised of a living-room (with queen pull-out couch), equipped kitchen, one bedroom, and small bath. There's wifi, a large flat screen TV, burglar alarm, granite counters, stainless steel appliances, washer/dryer. And a great book collection too. The apartment is best suited for two people; however, it can sleep four when using the pull-out couch. As of Sept. 2016, there's a brand new Queen mattress in the bedroom: it's a Comfort Dreams Select-A Memory Foam (medium-firm) and very comfortable! Please know that when the couch is extended in the living-room, that common space radically shrinks. There's a fee per adult guest #3 and #4. There is no additional fee for children. The front porch overlooks a full block of green space (Annunciation Square Park), home to many soccer and kickball games. There's a basketball court in the park as well (and so a basketball sits in the bedroom closet for you too). I spend more time on the porch than I do in the living-room. The porch also overlooks my small--but robust!--butterfly garden where a small fountain burbles. It's a great place to drink coffee in the morning and wine in the evening, and I hope the night-blooming jasmine is working its perfume when you're here! The apartment is an easy stroll to lower Magazine Street, known for its many boutiques, antique shops, bars, and eateries, as well as to the Warehouse District/CBD and French Quarter. Please check out my map/guidebook! I've mainly tagged places to which you can easily stroll, but I'm happy to offer suggestions for outings in farther flung areas of town. The house is not far from the Convention Center, Mardi Gras World/Productions, The Chicory (wedding venue) and Second Line Stages. If you are in town for a conference/event or working on a film, my location can't be beat. Likewise, if you're in town for a game, a cheap cab ride gets you to the Super dome quickly. This neighborhood has been dubbed one of New Orleans' hottest for obvious reasons. There really is a ton to see and do (and eat) right here. For those interested in getting out to explore other parts of the city/state, it's worth knowing that my location offers convenient access to I-10. No need to traverse all of uptown or the Quarter to find the interstate. The on-ramp is three blocks away, which means the West Bank is five minutes away, the airport, 20 without traffic. If you don't have a car, the bus runs along both Magazine and Tchoupitoulas. I bought this property for its convenience of location. Although the apartment is an easy distance to many hot spots, the neighborhood itself is quiet--another reason I bought this property. Your sleep will not be disturbed by traffic or street cheer. The Mississippi rolls by just two blocks away, so the hood has a sultry "edge of town" feel. I love this about it. Neither uptown nor downtown, it floats in between, spooned by the river(URL HIDDEN) Regretfully, pets are not allowed.

Lower Magazine Street is made for wandering. Just two blocks away, it offers an endless stream of boutiques, cafes, bars, coffee shops, and restaurants of all price ranges. Many guests choose to devote one full day to exploring Magazine. In terms of immediate surroundings, my neighbor is restoring a gorgeous, but run-down, New Orleans Greek-revival mansion. He is doing the work himself (!) with the help of family and friends (it is an impressive undertaking), so his construction work is intermittent. Often there are sizable breaks between bursts. For the most part, it is quite quiet, but construction work does flare up from time to time. As 99% of previous reviews attest, noise is not a regular feature of Little Orange life, yet all potential guests should indeed be aware of the potential for construction noise. Whenever my neighbor communicates his work schedule, I will pass this info along to potential as well as confirmed future guests.

  • The apartment was super cute and perfect for my husband and I! It would have been perfect even if we had brought the kids. :) we loved the neighborhood as well we pretty much walked everywhere! :)

  • We had a fantastic time at Jessica's place. It was a really nice home, very clean, and the kitchen was stocked with all the things we needed to make some good meals! She was very helpful and responded quickly if we ever needed something. Would love to stay here again some day!! Thanks for hosting us in the city we love most!

  • A great place in the Lower Garden district, just a short walk to Magazine and about a 20 min. walk to the convention center. Quiet neighborhood and beautiful old New Orleans shotgun style house. Has the tallest ceilings I've ever seen!

  • I came down to New Orleans for a week with a friend and stayed at Jessica's place. She has a lovely apartment, fully equiped, in a typical NOLA house located in the lower garden district. You can really feel at home there and live like locals. This neibourghood is quiet, charming, with lots of fine dining, friendly café, bars, and shopping. Jessica has a long list of suggestions for restaurants. Every suggestion we tried met our expectations and was exactly as she said. Try Le Citron Bistro, such a cute place! Transport to French Quartiers and other central locations is very convinient. We took the bus (just a few blocks from the house) or tramway most of the time. It proves that you don't need to stay in the French quartiers to enjoy New Orleans! Communicating with Jessica was very easy, she answers texts really quickly, and even though we didn't meet in person, I felt I was staying at a friend's house!

  • I have been a regular visitor to New Orleans for well over a decade -- on average I spend 4-6 weeks there each year -- so I think I can speak with some authority about lodging options. My recent 8-nighter at Little Orange was my third extended stay there since last September. Surely that speaks volumes about how I feel about my favorite home-away-from-home in New Orleans. That said, I do have one problem reviewing Little Orange: I am running out of superlatives to describe it, or words to explain how comfortable I am there. Simply put, from the moment I arrive I feel completely, fully, utterly at home (see, I'm repeating myself). Little Orange is everything all previous reviewers, myself included, have said it is, but what sets it apart, always, is Jessica. Although she lives next door, she is never, ever intrusive. In fact, Jessica is so determined to preserve the privacy of her guests -- she does, of course, check in regularly via email to make sure all's well -- it wasn't until the final evening of this third stay that I actually got to meet her! Now, having finally met the "mysterious" Jessica -- charming and intelligent and with a generous spirit -- I will surely never look elsewhere for lodging in New Orleans, except in the unhappy event that Little Orange is booked over my intended dates. Thanks, Jess, again. I'm already looking forward to my next visit this fall.

  • Beautiful and comfortable space - we loved using it as a starting point for our exploring, but we also loved just hanging out on the front porch watching the world go by! Jessica was a clear and efficient communicator but also gave us plenty of privacy. We would definitely stay here again!

  • We loved staying at Little Orange. The apartment is beautiful, comfortable, clean, and in a great location (and larger than we expected from the pics). This is probably the best value we've seen in many different AirBnB's. Easy to get around wherever you may want to go from this location, which is close to busy Magazine street but quiet and out of the way. Street parking was free and easy. Jessica was quick to respond to our questions via text and extremely easy to work with. Her guidebook was indispensable. Bonus features: A big, deep bathtub. Terrific art. Gas range, dishwasher, and washing machine. Lovely front-yard garden. Terrific bookshelf. HBO. Three adorable tortoise-shell kitties outside (seems the neighbor feeds them?) whose raison-d'etre is to boop each others heads and do insanely cute things with each other. Also, Little Orange is stocked with bagels and coffee. All in all we'd highly recommend it.

  • What a great find. Close to everything, clean, comfortable, affordable. I was at a convention all week, and it was nice to be in a quieter part of the city.

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New Orleans, LA, United States

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