Minneapolis Studio Rental Photos and Description
1 Bedroom 1 Bath Sleeps 8-10 with 2 Queen Sleep # Bed 2 Full Sofa 2 Inflatable
Scott and Jenna welcome you!
For vacation or business, this is your quiet and relaxing retreat at the end of your day. You have secure access entry to the entire top floor of the building.
Note that the entire second floor of the building is also available!
Parking is directly in front of your entry door. Express and regular bus stops for five bus lines are within two blocks.
View our Map to see how you can be in the center of the action.
This unique open plan loft is over 800 square feet in size and offers full kitchen and three-quarters bath (Shower, no tub). NOTE: Second floor is conventional with walls between rooms.
There are two queen sleep number beds with two chambers each in two separate sleep areas. Also two inner spring futon full size convertible sofas that can sleep four more people. Inflatable mattresses are also available for a large group.
Very relaxing atmosphere with morning, noon and evening facing windows, and great entertainment with Plasma 42 inch HDTV. Cable TV with converter box and DVR. Fast Broadband Wifi Internet.
Fully equipped kitchen with four burner gas stove and refrigerator, dishwasher, disposal, microwave, toaster, coffeemaker, full set of pans and utensils, etc.
Shared washer and dryer available in lower level.
Very convenient to University of Minnesota. Walk to East Bank Campus and the 'Dinkytown' campus dining, entertainment and shopping area.
Very close to Downtown Minneapolis. Five minutes by car, 15 by bus.
Skip around Downtown on I35W and I94 to reach Uptown and Minneapolis Chain of Lakes Area in five minutes!
Close to all the cultural, sports and recreational activities Minneapolis and the Metropolitan area offer.
Location is within two blocks of five bus lines. Two of the bus lines travel between Minneapolis and St. Paul downtowns. One bus line travels through all campuses of University of Minnesota. Another bus line takes you downtown in 12 minutes.
Restaurants and shops are within walking and biking distance.
This is a very large open loft space with vaulted ceiling. Movable screens provide privacy for two sleeping areas, however this is a large open space studio loft. Again, second floor also available, with conventional rooms.
Shared Patio in the back yard includes Charcoal Barbecue, Table and Chairs, Firepit, etc.
RESTAURANT NOTE: See twincitiesdiningguide (dot) com no matter where you end up staying. You can look by geography. Try looking up Minneapolis / Southeast Minneapolis. Try looking up St. Paul area St. Anthony, which is actually just blocks away. You can look by restaurants that use an independent DELIVERY service, you have your own room service!
Freshly laundered sheets and towels supplied.
Walk Score is 71 out of 100: 'Very Walkable'
Transit Score is 70: 'Excellent Transit'
Scott & Jenna once lived in the building, and are always available by cell phone, just like a front desk of a hotel. We are _not_ absentee owners! (We have been property managers for over ten years, and have helped people in just about every situation!) '
Please note we have multiple properties! If this place doesn't sound perfect, call us (612-701-0900 between 8 AM and 10PM Central) / email to find out if another listing may work. We have smart phones to respond promptly. We regret we can't keep all calendars up to date, due to multiple spaces and multiple sites.
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- children welcome
- alternative lifestyle
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- wheelchair inaccessible
- unsuitable for elderly or infirm
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
About Owner / Property Manager
Scott and Jenna have owned this building since moving into it when purchased in the 1990s. We have enjoyed providing a beautiful and inspiring space to others for over ten years. Now it is all new with new furniture and appliances (just like Scott no longer has a beard, change happens!), and we hope you can enjoy it.
Owner / Property Manager purchased this studio in 1999
Why Owner / Property Manager chose Minneapolis
This building is a triplex, and originally functioned as our primary home. Continual requests to rent in this area on a short term basis made us decide to convert this and other spaces to a vacation / short term rental.
What makes this studio unique
Location, location, location is key for the property. It is close to the University and Downtown and the famous Mississippi River and the falls that Father Hennepin surveyed in the 1800s. Although very convenient to activities, you will feel that you are in a University-oriented city neighborhood. Note this is not a resort or city high rise condominium! This building was built over 100 years ago!
Guestbook comments from the owner
I stayed for three nights and was extremely pleased with all aspects of my experience. I had booked it before travelling from australia and after a long flight in getting here I was most thankful to meet Scott with the keys and a lot of insider information about Minneapolis and the surrounds. I found it easy to get around due to the close proximity to the bus line, and loved having my own kitchen (particularly to store my Ben & Jerry's, which I had been harboring years-long cravings for). I knew that anything I needed was at the end of a phone, and Scott and Jenna were so nice in making themselves available for anything (and for not making me feel stupid when I called to find out how to operate one of the kitchen appliances!). Overall, it was a wonderful stay and I would highly recommend it to anyone else.
· By nmh1974 from Minneapolis, Minnesota on 10/6/2011 for a stay in 9/1/2011
Response: Thanks for your review Lisa. As one of the first guests who came to us from this site, you gave us a good impression of the site! Hey, we figured that appliance out together! It was new to us too! It was a pleasure getting to know you!