Minneapolis House Rental Photos and Description
3 Room Suite - Easy Access To Lakes, Downtown, Shops, Cafes, Anad Mass Transit
Bright and sunny, 3 room, 700 sq ft suite located in our 107 yr old home nestled between Lake of the Isles and Hennepin Ave.
Fully equipped kitchen w 2 burner stove, sink, microwave, toaster, coffeemaker, dishes, pans, utensils, etc...
Bedroom offers Queen size bed with sitting area. Living room/Kitchen provides sitting for 6. Couch folds down and becomes twin bed. Full bath includes antique claw foot tub.
Shared washer and dryer.
Patio w sitting for 8, grill and fire pit. A perfect setting to escape the days stress.
Easy walking distance to EVERYTHING! - lakes, trails, beaches, top-rated award-winning restaurants, gift and clothing shops, grocery store, coffee shops, and bars.
15 min from Airport
2 mi from Downtown, Theaters, Target Center, Target Field and Viking Stadium
15 min from U of M
1 1/2 mi from Children's Theater and Minneapolis Institute of Art.
1 1/2 mi from Walker Art Center.
Easy access to interstates 35W, 94 and 394.
The location is amazing!
Whether you are traveling for work or pleasure, this rental will more than meet your needs. It's private, quiet and cozy.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets considered
I grew up in the mountains of the North West. I love city living but require easy escape to forests and natural water. My neighborhood provides the perfect mix.
I travel for work and pleasure. I've used VRBO properties in Spain, France and throughout the USA.
I'm an enthusiastic gardener. My entire front and side yard is a garden of plants native to MN.
I enjoy meeting people and exchanging stories about life's adventures. I look forward to sharing all that Minneapolis has to offer with new friends.
My Arts & Crafts home was built in 1906. The rooms are large and cozy. It greets you with a front yard garden and an all season porch.
I can walk, run or bike around Lake of the Isles or I can pull my kayaks to the lake and paddle to Calhoun and Brownie lakes. It's easy to escape to get back to nature.
I walk to the grocery store, drug store, liquor store, hair salon, and my doctor. The only time I use my car is to shuttle my 14 yr old son to his basketball tournaments.