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3138 Magazine Street #4, New Orleans, LA 70115


Lease|2 Beds|2 Full Baths

1,700 SqFt|MLS# 2193336

Rental Price
List Date
Property Type
Full Baths
Total Square Feet
1,700 SqFt


Best Location in NOLA! Mid-Magazine! Convenient to everything! Food, Bars, Drug Store, Groceries, Coffee, and shops! One of only four High-End units in Fabulous Art Deco building. Quiet inside! HUGE open floor plan, gourmet kitchen, Gigantic outdoor deck that runs entire length of the building, amazing original hardwood floors, California closets, high ceilings, security building lots of light, large pantry, & tons of storage. Laundry room with full WA & DR in unit.




General Information

Lease Term
1 yr
Property Sub Type
Apartment Complex
Approximate Age

Other Features

Pet Deposit
Green Certification
Energy Efficient

Pets Allowed
• Cat
• Dog
Additional Features
• Ceiling Fan
• Granite Counters
• Pantry
• Smoke Alarm
• Stainless Steel Appliances
• Storm Windows

Financial Information

Security Deposit


Air Conditioning Type
Gas Paid By
Electric Paid By
Water Paid By

• Central


Building Exterior

Exterior Features
• Balcony
Lot Description
• Irregular


Dimensions and Layout

Square Feet
1,700 SqFt

Appliances Inlcuded
• Dryer
• Dishwasher
• Oven
• Refrigerator
• Washer

Listing Courtesy of GARDNER, REALTORS


In fabulous retro mint green building, 2nd story, Riverside of world famous Magazine Street.

Bounding Streets

9th, Pleasant

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Irish Channel

At the edge of the city, next to the meandering Mississippi, stands the Irish Channel. This colorful, historic community appeals to buyers who value old world charm. Real estate in the Irish Channel ranges from snug shotgun houses to elegant townhomes.


The houses are not spaced far apart, which makes for cordial relations among neighbors, and local businesses dot the streets, especially along Magazine. Residents can enjoy the convenience of many walkable attractions. And get ready for festivities and fun in the month of March, because as you might expect, this neighborhood goes all out for St. Patrick’s Day.


Popular restaurants include Parasol’s Bar for the roast beef po-boys and firecracker shrimp, the Rum House for Caribbean fare, and Coquette for upscale southern cuisine with locally sourced ingredients. Residents can walk to local businesses like Fleurty Girl for their New Orleans-themed t-shirts and accessories. The shops along Magazine Street promise a fun day of exploring, but if shopping doesn’t interest you, NOLA Brewery is another popular attraction located only a few blocks away.


Educational and devotional opportunities abound in the Irish Channel, from ReNEW Cultural Arts Academy and St. Alphonsus Catholic School, to Trinity Episcopal Church. And residents don’t have to go far to exercise: Clay Square provides a great green space for residents. Touro Infirmary Hospital is not far from the neighborhood, nor is the recreation of Audubon Park and the excitement of the French Quarter.


Irish Channel real estate consists of mostly quaint shotgun homes and Creole cottages with sprawling oaks overhead. The Irish Channel is perfect for anyone who wants a tight-knit neighborhood with a beautiful history, as shown through the architecture and cobblestone streets.


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