Minneapolis House Rental Photos and Description
House, 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath, (Sleeps 2-3)
1Bdr/BA with hardwood floors and natural woodwork located two blocks from light rail station (Airport - Downtown-Mall of America). Second floor apartment in beautiful brick house has great wooden deck and big yard to barbeque or to enjoy balcony sunshine. Newly remodeled with new appliances, whirlpool, big closets and office space.
With easy access to light rail, it’s very easy to attend a morning conference at U of M, lunch and walk at Minnehaha Falls, afternoon shopping at Mall of America and evening dinner and show downtown. While being near so many attractions, you still can have your privacy. Summer Saturday you have farmers market next door - fresh fruits, flowers and other Minnesota grown products are available.
Two blocks from gym with swimming pool, basketball courts and other fun activity rooms. Three blocks farther away from Minneapolis extensive bike trail network that leads you to the city of Minneapolis’ famous park and lake system. Bicycles are available to rent upon request.
Keywords: Apartment, flat, condo in Minneapolis Minnesota
- non smoking only
Guestbook comments from the owner
We stayed at this lovely vacation rental in Minneapolis for two weeks over the Thanksgiving holiday. We were delighted to meet Margots and his wife Anita. They were wonderful hosts who saw to our every need. Margots picked us up at the airport when we arrived and took us back when we left. He also provided us with a car to rent which was convenient and very reasonably priced.
The one bedroom apartment is truly lovely! The kitchen is filled with exquisite pots, pans, dishes and modern appliances just like home. We made our Thanksgiving dinner there! The bedroom has a beautiful antique four post king size bed. The living room couch also makes into a bed and the bathtub is a jacuzzi. In the bathroom are top of the line washing machine and dryer.
We are looking forward to seeing Margots and Anita again and staying at their vacation rental when we return to Minneapolis.