The New Orleans Bee
The Alexandre Vintage Collection
#405 – Two Bedroom
6 guests | 3 queen bed | 2 bathrooms
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This beautiful 2-bedroom condo boasts a mix of original and modern features, and is located in the lively central business district of New Orleans. With an open floor plan, the living room is tastefully decorated and includes a gourmet kitchen with granite counters and top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances, including a coffee maker. Positioned on a bustling street with numerous cafes, restaurants, and bars, this is an ideal starting point for anyone interested in discovering what New Orleans has to offer. This lovely space accommodates up to 6 people comfortably, making it perfect for families and friends.
The master bedroom features a King-size bed, memory foam mattress, and closet. The en-suite master bathroom has a double marble vanity with a large tub and rain showerhead.
The guest bedroom features two double beds with memory foam mattresses. The adjacent guest bathroom is accessed through the hallway.
OPEN SPACE LIVING AREA
The living area features classic brick walls, modern chandeliers, and floor-to-ceiling windows with city views. There is a dining area for 2, a sitting area, and a 55″ smart TV perfect for streaming from your Amazon/Netflix or favorite streaming account. The full chef’s kitchen has custom cabinetry, beautiful marble countertops, stainless steel gas range, a microwave, a dishwasher, and a refrigerator with a filtered ice maker.
The condo includes all modern luxuries such as free high-speed internet, cable TV, central air conditioning/heating, keyless entry locks, luxurious linens, robes, and towels.
This unit is on floor 4 of a 4-story historic building once comprised of 3 structures that were once part of the famous Newspaper Row in the late 1800s and is accessible by elevator. Referencing the building’s history, you will find cultural touches and artwork inspired by its original occupants which were several of New Orleans’ major newspapers and other publications including “The New Orleans Bee”.