The Rampart Residence: New Orleans Louisiana - 3 Bedroom Vacation Home for Rent

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The Rampart Residence: New Orleans Louisiana - 3 Bedroom Vacation Home for Rent

The Rampart Residence

Vacation Home in New Orleans Louisiana

1821 South Rampart Street
How Many Bedrooms? 3 Bedrooms • Sleeps 6
How Many Bathrooms? 2 Full Bathrooms
Location Setting: City / Downtown
Beach Access: Near a Beach
Air Conditioning: Yes
Internet: Internet Access
Washer/Dryer: Yes
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Rates & Availability  
(Displayed in USD)

  • Rates From $109 to $779 per night

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Property Description

Rampart Residence is a New Orleans home away. This home is only 4 blocks away from the famous St. Charles Streetcar and 12 minutes away from New Orleans' French Quarter. If you want a drink or a tour, the Happy Raptor Rum Distillery can be reached in 3 minutes. Our digital guidebook contains insider tips and recommendations on restaurants, nightlife, and attractions that will enhance your stay. Book your stay now to experience the vibrant culture of Big Easy. Check-in begins at 4pm the day of arrival. A $50 extra fee will be charged to hire a cleaner for property maintenance.

If you arrive after 12:30pm, you will need to make a reservation for the night before at a reduced rate. Contact host for details.

Street parking is not always an option. Please obey all city and state parking laws.

*Our space is not ADA or disabled accessible

*Important* AutoHost is a globally recognized trust and security company that protects our properties. AutoHost is a worldwide recognized trust and safety company that protects our properties. This allows guests to transact with ease. Please note that once you have booked, you will be contacted via email by AutoHost to complete your booking validation, which includes ID verification and deposit collection.AccessGuests will have uninterrupted access to the entirety of this home - 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen, living area, laundry.TransitaC/ 12 min to the French Quarter
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Public Transportation: The famous St. Charles Streetcar takes four blocks to get you to the corner of Bourbon Street. $1.25 for each ride or $3 per day pass that expires 4am. St. Andrew is a 7-minute stroll from the St. Charles stop. You will be taken directly to downtown. The streetcar comes every 12 minutes.

New users of Lyft or Uber can get $5-10 in credit for rides to Downtown/French Quarter.

Street parking is not always an option. Please follow all city and state parking laws. As your host, I will ensure that your stay in New Orleans goes smoothly and without stress. I respect your privacy, but I am always available to answer questions or concerns that you may have during your New Orleans stay. I have extensive experience in the hospitality industry, having worked for major hotel chains. I can help plan your perfect vacation. Your personal concierge will help you to book tours and activities directly through vendors, saving time and getting discounts. Let me make your NOLA experience unforgettable. The majestic mansions on St. Charles Avenue are surrounded by ancient, stately oaks. Magazine Street is a bustling street. The spires of the Loyola University and Tulane University. The cool shade of Audubon Park. The elevated Creole Cottages, restrained Greek Revival Homes, gabled Tudors and Carpenter's Gothic fantasies that line streets Jefferson, Napoleon, Austerlitz, and Amelia. Did we forget to mention the zoo? The golf course? Uptown New Orleans epitomizes the gracious, gentle beauty of New Orleans that has defined it for many years. "Uptown" was a direction. It was a way of saying that you were moving against the flow. After the Louisiana Purchase, many settlers from different parts of the United States built homes or businesses upriver. Canal Street was the boundary between the predominantly Francophone area downriver and the predominantly Anglophone area upriver. In the 19th century, it was also called "Uptown" and "Downtown". If you use the historic definition, which includes everything upriver from Canal Street, then the broadest definition would cover approximately one-third of the city. New Orleans City Planning defines "Uptown" as a neighborhood that includes a few blocks near the intersection of Jefferson Avenue & St. Charles Avenues. This is not the definition of "Uptown", as most New Orleanians used it in recent years. While there may be disagreements about the exact boundaries of "Uptown", it generally refers to areas in the city that are nearer the river (the riverside S. Claiborne Avenue), farther upriver from Pontchartrain Expressway, and closer to the CBD/Warehouse District. The federal Uptown New Orleans Historic District has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Its boundaries extend from S. Claiborne Avenue, Jackson Avenue and Broadway to the river. Uptown is surrounded by other federal historic districts, which are sometimes referred to as Uptown Parts. According to the Greater New Orleans Community Data Center, Uptown is a neighborhood. Napoleon Avenue, Magazine Street, and Jefferson Avenue border the neighborhood. Before it became part of Jefferson City, this neighborhood was called Faubourg Bouligny. New Orleans annexed this area in 1870. Uptown was built on land that was used as plantations in the colonial era. Many sections were originally developed as separate towns, such as Lafayette, Jefferson City, and Greenville. Uptown was a part of Jefferson Parish during the early 19th century. The City of New Orleans then annexed both. In 1874, New Orleans added the cities Lafayette and Carrollton as part of its territory. This new area became known as Uptown New Orleans. In the 19th century, people from all over the United States settled in Uptown. Immigrants from Germany, Italy and Ireland joined them. Uptown has long been home to many African-Americans. This home is located near the French Quarter and is the perfect place for groups who want to experience the best of New Orleans. You have your own bathroom and entrance! Ideal for large families and groups! Couples will enjoy a cozy setting - a/C/Extremely comfortable sleeps Full Kitchen with Stove/Oven, Microwave, Microwave Desk, Refrigerator and Microwave Desk with Computer Setup/Workspace, Smart TV with access to your Netflix/Hulu/Amazon Prime Video accounts & More! Digital Guidebook w/ food/fun recommendations, early check-in/late checkout option etc. rashcans can be found on the outside of the unitHouseManual

Featured Amenities

» Air Conditioning
» Dishwasher
» Washer/Dryer
» Internet Access

Property Features

» Ceiling Fan(s)
» Coffee Maker
» Refrigerator
» Hair Dryer
» Iron / Ironing Board
» Towels/Linens
» Microwave
» Oven
» Stove

Other Property Amenities

  • Allows Pets
  • 24 Checkin
  • Baby High Chair
  • Baby Travel Bed
  • Babysitter Recommendations
  • Carbon Monoxide Detector
  • Cleaning With Disinfectants
  • Contactless Checkin
  • Cooking Basics
  • Crockery Cutlery
  • Deck Patio
  • Enhanced Cleaning
  • Essentials
  • Fire Extinguisher
  • First Aid Kit
  • Hangers
  • Heating
  • Hot Water
  • Kitchen
  • Lock On Bedroom
  • Office
  • Pack N Play Travel Crib
  • Pots Pans
  • Private Entrance
  • Room Darkening Shades
  • Shampoo
  • Smoke Detector
  • Surveillance
  • T V
  • Wardrobe
  • Family Friendly
  • Laptop Friendly
  • Check In Option Instruction
  • Bathtub

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