•5 minute drive to the French Quarter/Downtown or 15 minutes via public transit!
•In response to Covid19, we’ve updated our cleaning processes. See below in “Other things to note”!
•Digital Guidebook W/ Food/Fun Recommendations, Early Check-in/Late Checkout options, Infant/Toddler Rentals, Eco/Allergy Friendly Laundry & More!
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I am usually hands off with my guests allowing for a relaxing stay, but with half a decade of hospitality experience in major hotel chains, our concierge is available to book tours directly through vendors for your convenience as well as provide extensive information about the city and things to do/places to eat to help plan your perfect stay in New Orleans! Note that we are unavailable to respond immediately during normal sleeping hours.
Broadmoor is a quiet, peaceful neighborhood home to more than 7,000 residents and contains a number of beautiful and historic homes, churches and commercial buildings. The neighborhood includes the Broadmoor Historic District, which was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2003. Today, it's home to many families, young professionals and graduate students from the nearby universities.
Broadmoor is part of Uptown, in the Carrollton area of the city. The City Planning Commission defines Broadmoor as Eve Street to the north, Washington Avenue and Toledano Street to the east, South Claiborne Avenue to the south, and Jefferson Avenue, South Rocheblave Street, Nashville Avenue, and Octavia Street to the west.
Broadmoor includes areas of the lowest lying ground in New Orleans, and was swampland until the early 20th century. It was a large marsh area and a popular fishing spot for people living in Uptown.
In the late 19th century, the city developed a drainage system to deal with the city’s flooding problems. That work was expanded to drain low laying areas of the city like Broadmoor. As the land was drained, houses were built.
The first houses built were mostly high raised houses because of the fear of flooding, but after decades without any problems, and as the population grew, construction of many low-lying houses became more frequent.
The May 8th, 1995 Louisiana Flood impacted Broadmoor severely when two powerful storms took place within 40 hours and dropped more than 20 inches of rain onto the city. Draining was improved after the 1995 flood, but like most of the city, it flooded again after Hurricane Katrina. Because Broadmoor is on such low land, it was hit hard. Water was up to 14 feet deep in some places.
After the water receded, one plan called for Broadmoor to be turned into park land. However, residents of Broadmoor objected. At the time the plan came out, in January 2006, many of those residents were already living back at their houses, in the upstairs level of two-story homes, while work was being done to gut and repair the flooded lower levels.
Demographically, Broadmoor is a microcosm of New Orleans: 67 percent African-American, 26 percent white and 4 percent Hispanic. The area includes a public library, a small park and a number of schools.
For more than 100 years, Broadmoor has been known as a great place to raise a family.
Guests will have exclusive access to the entire unit (entire first floor of a two story duplex) including living room, kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, laundry, and parking at the rear of the house.
This beautiful new construction in St. Roch is the perfect spot for your stay in New Orleans! With all the amenities you could ask for, you can enjoy a stress-free visit to New Orleans!
We are a 2 minute walk to the bus for an under 10 minute ride to the French Quarter and Downtown!
Just a few blocks to Claiborne!
•Completely Private Space with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, chef's kitchen
•Intimate Setting For Couples!
•Extremely Comfortable Beds!
•TV with Netflix logged in and Access to your Hulu / Amazon Prime Video accounts & much more!
We are just a 12 minute drive to the French Quarter Frenchmen Street!
Uber/Lyft will cost $8-12!!
• Now offering guests the add-on option to have the space "human free"/empty for 24 - 72 hours prior to check-in. Guests may book the 1 – 3 nights prior to their check-in for 50% off.
* Per CDC Guidelines, and in response to Covid 19, we have updated our cleaning procedures to reduce the possibility of contracting Covid 19, and to ensure that the spaces our guests are staying in remains up to standard and as clean as possible*
While sanitizing the homes, cleaners are:
• Wearing disposable gloves to clean and disinfect.
•Using disinfectant on surfaces before wiping clean.
• Engaging in heightened cleaning of frequently touched surfaces such as tables,
doorknobs, light switches, countertops, handles, desks, faucets, remotes, etc.
While disinfecting the homes, cleaners are:
• Using bleach and/or alcohol solutions per CDC Guidelines
While laundering, the cleaners are:
•Disinfecting couches and soft surfaces (carpets/rugs/drapes) with an EPA-registered household disinfectant that meets CDC guidelines.
•Wearing disposable gloves when handling dirty laundry and keeping dirty linens/towels separated from clean.
•Laundering when possible at the highest temperature for linens.
• All of our linens and towels are laundered off site at a laundry facility using the warmest water setting allowed by manufacturer’s instructions. Only dye free and hypoallergenic laundry products are used (Wool Dryer Balls / ALL Free & Clear Detergent).
• Our cleaning team has been updated on CDC Guidelines for hand washing, face covering, and social distancing to reduce the potential for incidental transmission of germs both at home and at work.
Exterior cameras present to verify guest occupancy.
Home is a duplex with this space comprising the entire first floor of the home.