Located on beautiful Irvine Park, the 1889 Ohage mansion is a couple of blocks from the Xcel Center, the Mississippi River, and downtown Saint Paul. This is the place for families, wedding guests, groups of friends, book lovers, foodies, writers, or any type of group!
Leave your car in the driveway and stroll to the X, the Ordway, the Fitzgerald, the Science Museum, The Children's Museum and other venues. Fine and casual dining and the river walk are minutes away.
The mansion has two parlors, a dining room that seats 10, a large kitchen with a commercial stove, a basement bar with pool table, bubble hockey, pinball, and a 50' plasma TV. There are four+ bedrooms. Two bedrooms have queen beds and share a full bath. The third bedroom is a suite with a queen bed in one room and a twin/daybed in the adjoining room. The fourth bedroom has two twin beds. Another full bath is on the bedroom level.
The historic Irvine Park neighborhood is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Take the self guided Irvine Park walking tour or the hosted tour of the Alexander Ramsey house and eat at historic Forepaugh’s Restaurant. See for yourself what preservation looks like in Saint Paul!
You will find freshly roasted Dunn Brothers coffee, half and half, and breakfast bars in the kitchen. Enjoy your drinks with delicious ice from the ice maker at the basement wet bar. Leave your hair dryer at home and don't worry about wrinkles; we supply an iron and ironing board.
Should you wish to get in your car, downtown Minneapolis, the Mall of America, and the airport are 10-15 minutes away.
The owners and their dog or a caretaker will be on site in the third floor apartment which shares a common hallway through the first and second floors. They are available to help you enjoy your stay in historic Saint Paul.
1 night - $725
2 nights - $625/night
3 nights - $550/night
4+ nights - $525/night
10.625% sales & lodging tax
$200 cleaning fee
Keywords: Mansion, House, Irvine Park, Xcel Center, Historic, Downtown, Ordway, Science Museum, Mississippi River
Xcel Center, Roy Wilkins Auditorium, Science Museum of MN, Fitzgerald Theater, MN Childrens' Museum, State Capital, Minnesota History Center, Ordway Theater, Park Square Theater, Mississippi River Boat Tours.