Minneapolis Accommodations

Accommodations in Minneapolis

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***25% OFF Last Minute Deal for stays Jan 2 - 8*** This furnished apartment is 1Br/Ba with hardwood floors and natural woodwork located two blocks from light rail station (Airport - Downtown-Mall of America). Second floor furnished apartment in beautiful brick house has great wooden deck and big yard to barbecue or to enjoy balcony sunshine. 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.
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We are a fully furnished historic home with 10 guest rooms and many spacious and inviting areas providing the charm of an old world inn. As the first and longest established guest house in the University of Minnesota area, we have hosted over 5000 guests from over 67 countries. For the past 20 years, we have been the lodging of choice for visiting scholars, researchers, physicians and others for stays ranging from two nights to one year. Many of our guests return for more visits once they experience the friendly atmosphere, appealing spaces and great value for which we have become known. • Five rooms with private bathrooms; five rooms with two shared bathrooms • Free (mostly organic) continental breakfast • Free Wireless Highspeed Internet throughout • Private telephones in each room with free local calls • Furnished, spacious and well-organized guest kitchen • Central Air-conditioning • Cleaning service (except for stays of less than one week) • On-site laundry • Guest parking on-site (limited) • National/local newspapers, magazines, Cable TV • Secured building and rooms • Smoke-free environment • Owners on-site • 1/2 block from U of M Circulator & Minneapolis Buslines Please note - pictures are for reference only. You may not get the exact room that is pictured but we will accommodate you in whichever room you've booked (private bath or shared bath).
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The SpaceOur quiet 1926 condo is located less than 1 mile south of lively Uptown Minneapolis with wonderful restaurants, entertainment, shopping and MN largest Apple store! Situated on a transit line in the nice East Harriet neighborhood, the condo is an easy commute from the airport and only a 10-minute bus ride to downtown. On street parking is also available. There is a NiceRide computing bike station around the corner. Beautiful Lake Harriet and Lake Calhoun with miles of walking/running/cycling trails are only minutes by foot! Free high-speed wireless, Internet HD TV, an amazing cooked to order hot breakfast and full kitchen privileges are included. Hardwood floors, oriental carpets, a large book collection, a newly remodeled shared bath, and a back patio with grill and fire pit are further amenities. The guest room has a new single orthopedic box spring and mattress with organic cotton sheets, a study desk with a scanner inkjet and laser printers, a closet, ironing board and iron, original artwork, and large selection of books. I have studied, lived traveled and worked around the world, and understand how to be a helpful but unobtrusive host. I share my condo with an uber-friendly and well-behaved British Labrador retriever “Duncan” who also understands hospitality! We look forward to hosting you during your visit to Minneapolis - the city of Lakes! My guests have included students, professors, artists, business people and visitors from Italy, India, Taiwan, Turkey, Indonesia, Canada, Brazil, and all parts of the USA. Hope to host you soon! Guest AccessGuests have entire access to the entire condo including full kitchen privileges, living room, dinner room, the laundry located in the lower level, and outside patio. Interaction with GuestsWe will be present most of the time, though we work full time and are involved with community activities. You will be provided with freshly ground coffee, fine tea, and an amazing cooked breakfast. Often times we invite our guest to join us for an evening meal - David is a fine cook! Conversation over drinks is also not unusual. Your space will be honored, but this is a shared living situation. The NeighborhoodWalking and biking paths, tennis courts, several lakes, and parkland surround the neighborhood. The excitement of Uptown Minneapolis is less than a mile by foot. This is a special place. Getting AroundThere is bus service less than 100 feet from the from door that connects with light rail to airport and a 12 minute trip to DT Minneapolis via bus. "Nice Ride" bicycles are docked less than 2 blocks from the condo.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceNewly renovated condo in older charming brick brownstone. This condo features a new kitchen and bathroom, gorgeous woodwork and floors. Classic trim mixed with fresh updates and simple, comfortable furnishings. Easily sleeps 4 Quiet accommodations that are more homelike than a hotel. * Very comfortable furnishings. * Fully equipped kitchen. * Bed Linens, towels and paper products * Garage stall with automatic door opener. * Close to Light Rain Train * Close to Downtown, airport and Mall of America. * Two Blocks to Midtown Greenway Bike and Recreation Trail System *Four Blocks to Midtown YWCA * Crib available Guest AccessPrivate Garage, Lively urban neighborhood. Powderhorn Park, LRT, Groceries, Midtown YWCA, Midtown exchange are all closely. Interaction with GuestsPrivate Garage, Lively urban neighborhood. Powderhorn Park, LRT, Groceries, Midtown YWCA, Midtown exchange are all closely. The NeighborhoodPlease enjoy the space. I expect you to be practice "quiet enjoyment", i.e. use the space in a way that does not disturb others. There is no smoking in the condo or inside the building. You may roam the yard, use the shared outdoor patio and grill. Please ask for what you do not find in the condo, for directions or fun places to go. Your declared pets are welcome. Please do not allow them onto furniture or cover furniture they may damage. Thanks! Getting AroundYes the bus and LRT are a block and five block walk respectively. See (URL HIDDEN) Cabs are also easily available as well as bike rental kiosks available ( not Nov-Mar) see (URL HIDDEN)
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3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThree bedroom 2nd floor apartment in an owner occupied duplex. Pleasant residential minded area within walking distance to thriving neighborhood center. Like a small town downtown in the city. Walk to everything, local market with organic fresh produce and meat market, post office, medical/pharmacy, library, a variety of churches, lots of parks, bank, coffee shops, book store, gas/service station, cafe and fine dining, tea and wine shops. Walk to the MN State Fair a do not miss event before Labor Day. Guest AccessFree basement laundry, side patio, table chairs, gas grill, back and front yards. Interaction with GuestsGenerally there is very little. Usually the guests park on the street (very little on street parking pressure) in front of the house and use the front door. We park in the rear of the property and generally use the rear/side door. We may run into one another when you do laundry or on the patio, but my typical feedback is that my upstairs vacation stays hardly know I'm there. Needless to say I do live on the main level unit so if there is anything you ever need just let me know! Getting AroundThere is a bus stop 1 block from our house. About a 20 minute bus ride to downtown Minneapolis, optionally you can then get on the light rail to the airport or Mall of America in Bloomington about 1 hour 10 minutes, or drive there in about 20 minutes. Other Things to Note2 night stay minimum. Fee is based on a 6 person occupancy. Additional guest are $20.00 per person per night for which we have a pull out couch in the living room and a side room through the master that can accommodate a pack and play and/or an air mattress (provided upon request). Babies stay free.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceSpace books quickly. The space has two living room areas, 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. One of the living rooms has a flat screen TV, with Satellite service. The other has a 90 inch 3-D projector system. There is a queen sized bed in one of the bedrooms. The other bedroom has a treadmill with some workout gear in it. There is a smaller full sized sofa-bed in the second bedroom. Guest AccessIt's all self contained. Interaction with GuestsThe apartment is in a house that was converted into two separate apartments. When in town I live in one of them. Happy to show you around,give you directions or anything else you might need! The NeighborhoodMultiple restaurant options. Tennis, lakes, running trails, and biking trails are all within 3-5 blocks. Golf / cross country skiing within 8 blocks. You are close to everything but it is still a tranquil neighborhood. Multiple takeout options, 6 miles away from the Mall Of America (America's biggest mall). Getting AroundThe closest bus stop is only two blocks away. There is plenty of on street parking available including in front of the house, where there is always space available. The airport is less than 10 miles away. Taxis and Uber usually arrive within 10-30 minutes. Other Things to NoteUnfortunately no pets without prior permission because of allergies. + If there is only 1 guest on the reservation we may close the smaller of the two bedrooms/bathrooms. Don't worry you'll still have a great apartment!
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The SpaceSpacious room with a full-size bed, a large dresser and closet, desk, comfy chairs, wifi. Warm comforter. A favorite with Macalester College parents! Your accommodations and amenities This is an 1880s home in St. Paul is near most colleges and universities (Macalester, St. Thomas, St. Kate's, Concordia, Hamline, and UMN). Features a large bedroom on the third floor plus a full kitchen and shared bath on the second floor. The room has full-size comfy futon bed (not the couch type), a large closet, dresser, and desk. Free wifi of course! There are lots of books and maps about the Metro area and Minnesota in the rooms and kitchen. The bathroom has been freshly painted. When rented with our other listing you have the entire third floor. The other listing has a twin size trundle bed so can accommodate two people (bedroom #2 is listed on Airbnb in a separate listing as "Sweet deal - heart of the Twin Cities"). Contact me to discuss discount when both rooms are rented together. Pet Policy No pets. Kitchen/Bath/Extras Your kitchen is fully equipped and has cooking utensils and cookware, tea pot, coffee maker and a view of the garden. We have coffee and tea available every morning. The shared bath is original 1920s deco and is super clean. We use only "green" cleaning products! In the summer there is a garden and fire pit to enjoy. Laundry service is available. Wifi is available at no charge. Street parking near the house. House is shared with our friendly, outgoing family (2 adults and a teenager) two dogs: a sweet, lazy mutt named Nina and a silly, friendly Bichon named Buddy Guy. We are normally on the first floor. (URL HIDDEN) Recommendation My family stayed at Deborah's place this past fall. Deborah's place was our first stop in our family's cross-country move to the Twin Cities. We enjoyed the homey, family atmosphere, and Deborah and her family are very welcoming and friendly. The neighborhood is wonderful, with many amenities in walking distance. An added bonus: Deborah's extensive knowledge of the local community and activities around town helped us quickly get involved in our new community. - Maureen Guest AccessYou'll have a full kitchen, shared bath, wifi, and laundry. There is street parking. We can provide a loaner bike for one guest. Interaction with GuestsWe pretty much keep to ourselves on the 1st floor but are available for questions about the neighborhood, the area or to have a cup of tea! We are avid travelers and enjoy hosting people - and often end up staying in touch with many of our guests. The NeighborhoodMerriam Park is a friendly, 1880s historic area with vintage shopping, close to colleges and universities, with a focus on "local" and independent stores and restaurants. Near parks and river road along the Mississippi River. Transportation to "Uptown" MPLS about 15 minutes. To MSP International Airport about 10 minutes. Pretty much in the middle of everywhere. Safe and lovely. Merriam Park We love hosting students, their families and others who want to experience our unique neighborhood, one of the most popular in the Twin Cities and just off I-94. We are located one mile from the bluffs overlooking the Mississippi River with numerous hiking trails, near parks, biking and running paths, Nice Ride bicycle rentals, Whole Foods grocery store, theater, Choo Choo Bobs (yep, the one with the tv show), Kopplin's - voted St. Paul's premier coffee shop, The Blue Door - home of the Juicy Lucy, Trotter's Café - a "local foods" showcase and award-winning Izzy's Ice Cream! The neighborhood is well known for our vintage shops and antique stores. Most of the area colleges are close by. Check out the neighborhood directory we've made for our Airbnb guests. What to do Saint Paul is home to beautiful Como Park and Conservatory and one of the only free city zoos in the country. The Children's Museum, Minnesota Science Museum, Excel Center, History Museum and the state Capitol are some things St. Paul - "America's Most Livable City" - has to offer. Check out the city website for numerous festivals. Minneapolis is the premier arts destination in the Midwest and home to the Guthrie Theater, the Walker Art Gallery, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, the Cedar Cultural Center, over 300 live music venues, great dining and major sports teams (Vikings and Twins). It's also been named the most bike-friendly city in the US. Each city has its unique charm, adventures, and secrets for you to find! We love all things local and promote nearby independent businesses like restaurants that feature local food, local music, and art as well as the history and heritage of Minnesota and invite you to learn about our northern culture and diverse cities. We can help you find fun things to do in the area. Our website also promotes local businesses, festivals, and events in rural Minnesota - from the prairies and lakes to the Great North Woods. The Twin Cities are thriving craft brewery and local food scenes. In fact, The Twin Cities was Named Nation's Best Local Food Scene by USA Today! (URL HIDDEN) Check with us about local events or even an occasionally house concert or backyard jam. We've hosted events featuring artists like Papa John Kolstad and the Hot Club on the deck. Don't worry - those are scheduled in advance and we're always quiet in the evenings. We think you'll have a great time in Saint Paul. Thanks for checking us out! Getting AroundWe are within walking distance of the Metro Green Line light rail line (which will take you to downtown St. Paul, downtown Minneapolis, the UMN, Union Depot, the airport and the Mall of America) and on major bus lines for both cities. Taxis and car sharing (Car2Go, Hour Car, ZipCar) are available 24/7. From spring thru fall it's easy to rent bikes at any of the nearby NiceRide stations - simply take a bike when you need one, and return it to any station in the system when you arrive at your destination. It's fast, easy and affordable. The airport is a ten-minute drive and less than $20 taxi ride. Other Things to NoteThe house and rooms on the floor are not handicap accessible. Stairs to third floor are steep. Cannot help with luggage. Lots of guidebooks, books about Minnesota and maps are available in the kitchen and rooms. Wifi is available. No cable or tv. We do not loan computers. We are into the arts and food scene so can provide good tips and sometimes discount tickets to local happenings. Check out our ever growing personal guidebook here on Airbnb. Please let us know when you expect to arrive as soon as you can, and please arrive by 8pm or make arrangements in advance. No arrivals after midnight.
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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThe secure and private 3-room suite is up the stairs on the second floor of our personal fiber arts studio. A full-sized and well equipped separate kitchen for your use is on the first floor. Tom and Steve, (your hosts) live next door but may often be found working in the studio spaces. The Westgate Green Line Light Rail train station is just around the corner. We require a minimum two-night stay. For bookings after March 31, 2016, please send us an inquiry regarding rates and availability. Bobbin House is WIFI enabled. For maximum comfort, guests control the dedicated heating and air conditioning system for the suite. In addition, the sitting room and bedroom have ceiling fans. Built-in night-lights will help you find your way to the bathroom in the night! The private bedroom can be made more cozy by closing the glass-paneled door that separates it from the sitting room. It is furnished with 2 twin-size "Sleep Number" beds with memory foam toppers, 2 closets, 2 dressers, 2 bedside tables and 2 reading lamps... so the beds are adjustable to your preferences and no fighting over the amenities! Many alternate bed pillows from soft to firm and extra blankets are in the closets. Pile 'em on! The sitting room is furnished with 2 comfortable recliners, each equipped with a full-spectrum task lamp, There is a desk with reading lamp and a few office necessities. A table and chairs, big-screen TV, Blue-Tooth high definition radio and DVD player will make you feel at home. We've also provided assorted books, games and classic DVD movies. Public transit schedules, city maps, brochures of local points of interest, and take out menus from nearby eateries are also available. The bathroom is fully ceramic-tiled and well-lit. It has a shower with bench seat, toilet, sink and large mirrors. There is a storage cabinet for your toiletries. We have a hair-dryer for your use and offer bar soap, body soap, shampoo and conditioner. Fresh towels are offered every fourth day of your stay. Bed linens are changed for you every week. We are sensitive to guests who may have allergies or sensitivity to odors. Whenever possible we use perfume-free and/or low-fragrance laundry and bathroom cleaning products. There is a secure, lockable storage closet for stowing suitcases, coats and all of your gear. The comfortable ambiance and whimsical decor are intended to put you in the mood for fun and relaxed creativity. The suite is not a B&B - we don't provide meals. Guests may use the fully-equipped kitchen on the first floor. Your hosts may use the kitchen for making coffee, meeting with guests and eating lunch with students, but guests have priority and generally the kitchen is yours to use when ever you want - You can do your own light cooking, including those late-night snacks and you can eat your take-out meals on real plates at a real dining table. There's even a television in the kitchen so you can catch up on the news and weather while eating. We provide complimentary coffee and tea and an assortment of condiments. If you're not in the mood for cooking, food choices are not far away. See the AirBnB Map and Guidebook below for local restaurants, coffee shops and bars. A binder with menus from local establishments is available in the suite. In warm weather, feel free to use the front porch rocking chairs to read, knit, eat your meals or people-watch. Our Minneapolis neighborhood, Prospect Park, is known for unique architecture, curving shady streets, and cottage gardens. You are safe to take an evening walk or early morning bike ride. There is also a private patio with cafe table and chairs on the private and quiet back patio. From about March/April through October/November the City of MPLS offers nearby bicycle rentals through the "Nice Ride" bicycle system. There is a bike rack in the back where you can secure and store your personal bikes. If we know in advance and have space available, you are welcome to use our dry and secure storage room We don't allow pets in the suite. Sorry. We're nuts about dogs and we have two of them, but we've been made aware that some people have allergy issues and that most people don't appreciate pet hair as a fashion accessory. Guest AccessGuests are provided with one off-street parking space near the front door. Neighborhood streets and sidewalks are safe and well-lit at night. The first-floor is your hosts' private fiber arts studio. It is not open to the public but we may working in the space, have customers or students with us in the studio space during a guest's stay. Guests are free to walk through the studio at any time. Guests have priority for use of the first floor kitchen which they can use at any time, 24/7. The exterior doors are always secured (24/7) with electronic lock and deadbolt. Each guest is provided with a key and a personal electronic lock code of their choosing. The second-floor Suite has it's own deadbolt lock. Your hosts live next door for quick response to your needs. A full-service drugstore, neighborhood bakery, coffee shops and a few restaurants are just around the corner or within easy walking distance. If you are bringing a fiber arts project with you and want to use the studio space and/or equipment, or take a class, please talk to Steve in advance about your needs and interests. Depending on our studio schedule we can often accommodate your requests. Interaction with GuestsWe'll try not to intrude on you, yet we're happy to talk with you when you're in the mood for conversation. We won't enter your living space during your stay except with prior notice for routine house-keeping. In case of emergencies, for your safety or that of the property, we may make an exception to this rule. The Suite is completely private since your hosts live next door. On most days and on some evenings, one of us is in one of the studio spaces working on projects. We generally limit our activities to between 9 am and 9 pm and are very sensitive to not disturb our guests. You are free to look in on us and see what we're up to. We're happy to answer questions and offer suggestions for food and entertainment. You can call us at any time (nighttime emergencies included). We live next door so we're readily available if needed. It is possible for you to take a fiber arts class while you're staying at Bobbin House Studio. Talk to Steve about the many possibilities. The NeighborhoodProspect Park is an historic Minneapolis neighborhood and has the oldest neighborhood association in the Twin Cities. It is next to the University of Minnesota and is a vibrant and eclectic mix of academics, young urbanites, aging bohemian hippies, artists, musicians, young families, business professionals and even a few politicians. Many famous people have lived in the neighborhood. It is the highest point in the city. The curving, hilly and shady streets are a great place for a walk. Don't be surprised if you see a fox, small flock of wild turkeys, hawks, eagles, rabbits and other unusual wildlife not normally seen in a city - we're very proud of our neighborhood's less-than-perfect manicured lawns and English style "woolly" gardens. You could easily forget that you're in the center of a large major urban city. Getting AroundBobbin House is geographically located in the “bulls-eye” of the Twin Cities Metro area with easy freeway access to anywhere by car and excellent public transit. Bobbin House has a dedicated off-street parking space within a few feet of the front door for one guest vehicle. Additional non-restricted parking is available in the street. You can easily get to Bobbin House from the MSP International Airport, Amtrak train and Greyhound/Jefferson bus stations by way of light-rail. We are happy to share tips and suggestions on fares and using public transportation. We have transit schedules and maps available and are able to answer most questions. The closest “Green Line" light-rail station (Westgate Station) is a block away. The #16 bus stop is a few steps closer. Other bus routes are within one or two blocks. The train is a high frequency route which operates every 10 minutes during the day, 10-20 minutes in the evening/weekends, and 30-60 minutes during the late over-night hours. The bus runs every 20 minutes and stops at nearly every block between train stations. Both follow University Ave, a major retail/commercial corridor, which connects the downtowns of Minneapolis and St. Paul, the University of Minnesota and numerous interconnecting bus routes. Major national and regional stores and restaurants, and dozens of small family run shops and restaurants are near all the light-rail stations along the University Ave corridor. For retail enthusiasts, you can travel to the world famous "Mall of America" by light-rail – it will take you from within a block of Bobbin House to the station inside the mall in about 30-40 minutes. Instead of walking long distances to find your car in a multi-thousand-car parking ramp, save your energy for shopping in the “mega mall” by taking a relaxing ride on the light-rail train. Ultimately, it's easier in many ways. Other Things to NoteOur newest neighborhood coffee shop/restaurant, T-Rex Cookie & Cafe, is just steps away around the corner. They offer fresh baked pastries, soups, sandwiches, salads and some of the biggest and best T-Rex Cookies (1/2 pound cookies in several varieties!). Oh, and of course, rich aromatic Free Trade organic coffee. Other food options are nearby - check out our AirBnB Guidebook for more suggestions. We're just a short walk away from the Textile Center of Minnesota. Other popular attractions are nearby or easily accessible by public transit or car. Check out the "Links" page on our website for more information.
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The Space100% of the profits minus expenses goes to the Bloomington Scholarship Fund where I taught, PBS TPT Channel 2, and Minneapolis Art Institute donations. 2nd floor 2,000 square foot private apartment with private entrance. Apartment has a double bed with attached sitting room on-suite, 2nd bedroom with double bed, a 3rd bedroom with 2 twin beds, view of the front and back gardens and a fully stocked refrigerator(you make your own breakfast), eat-in kitchen, dining/living room with gas fireplace and walkout deck off of the living room, and 2 bathrooms. Guests have access to back yard terrace with fountain and front patio area. Cable T.V., wireless internet included, and private washer and dryer in the apartment. Guests have 1 off-street parking included. Guest AccessGuests have access to both the front and back garden terraces. Private Entrance to apartment. Interaction with GuestsCompletely up to guests. Enjoy talking and socialization, but respect guests need and desire for privacy. The NeighborhoodHouse is located in beautiful, historic Lowry Park Neighborhood, less than a mile from Downtown Minneapolis and blocks away from the Walker Art Center. It is worth walking the area to see the old historic homes and mansions in the neighborhood. Getting AroundBus stop on the corner of block makes for inexpensive travel to anywhere in the cities. Cab ride to downtown a mere $7.
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The Space100% of the profits minus expenses goes to the Bloomington Scholarship Fund where I taught, PBS TPT Channel 2, and Minneapolis Art Institute donations. 1,600 Square Feet, beautiful 3rd floor private suite apartment and private entrance. 2 bedrooms and living room with hide a bed and fireplace. Dining Room/Living room, deep bathtub for soaking with shower, private in-apartment laundry, shared 2nd floor deck and views of the park and Minneapolis skyline, cable, wireless internet and fully equipped spacious kitchen. 10-15 block radius to Uptown, Downtown, Lakes, parks, Convention Center. Guest AccessGuests have access to both the front patio and the back patio gardens, as well as 2nd floor back deck. Off-street parking for one vehicle included. Private entrance to apartment. Interaction with GuestsCompletely up to guests. Enjoy talking and socialization, but respect guests need and desire for privacy. The NeighborhoodHouse is located in beautiful, historic Lowry Park Neighborhood, less than a mile from Downtown Minneapolis and blocks away from the Walker Art Center. It is worth walking the area to see the old historic homes and mansions in the neighborhood. Lake of the Isles nearby. Getting AroundBus stop on the corner of block makes for inexpensive travel to anywhere in the cities. Cab ride to downtown a mere $7.
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The SpaceThis is a fully furnished 1 bedroom unit. There is a full kitchen, microwave, full bathroom, linens, tv, etc. There is free WiFi throughout the building. The property has off-street parking and on-site laundry facilities. Major bus lines with access to downtown, uptown, MSP airport, Mall of America. We will greet guest upon arrival to deliver keys, review questions and expectations. We will bid farewell upon departure, collecting keys and verifying property condition. The midtown area was historically known as being somewhat of a run-down area. However, in the past decade or two, there has been a large revitalization effort along Lake Street, driven largely by an insurgence of new Latino and Northeast African businesses. Near the Chicago and Lake intersection is the Midtown Exchange building, which was a Sears department store and mail-order catalog facility until the company closed it in 1994. After sitting vacant for a decade, the building was fully redeveloped. It features office space, residential units, and the Midtown Global Market, a large marketplace featuring an ethnically-diverse variety of restaurants, grocers, and retailers. Convenient access to major bus lines and light rail transit. Guest AccessMajor bus lines with access to downtown, uptown, MSP airport, Mall of America. Interaction with GuestsWe will greet guest upon arrival to deliver keys, review questions and expectations. We will bid farewell upon departure, collecting keys and verifying property condition. The NeighborhoodThe midtown area was historically known as being somewhat of a run-down area. However, in the past decade or two, there has been a large revitalization effort along Lake Street, driven largely by an insurgence of new Latino and Northeast African businesses. Near the Chicago and Lake intersection is the Midtown Exchange building, which was a Sears department store and mail-order catalog facility until the company closed it in 1994. After sitting vacant for a decade, the building was fully redeveloped. It features office space, residential units, and the Midtown Global Market, a large marketplace featuring an ethnically-diverse variety of restaurants, grocers, and retailers. Getting AroundConvenient access to major bus lines and light rail transit.
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The SpaceWelcome to our spacious artist studio apartment in East Isles. We have a 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom apartment on the first floor of a beautiful 2 story duplex. You will find the apartment tastefully decorated with art (mostly all created in the studio you will be staying in!) We live in the home year round, and when we travel we are happy to rent out the entire apartment. Guest AccessThe kitchen is fully updated, and complete with a refrigerator, VitaMix, Kitchen-Aide, microwave, toaster, espresso maker, coffee press, pots and pans, service for 4 and utensils. There is a full sized laundry in the basement of the unit, which you are welcome to use. Linens, towels and paper products are provided. There is a queen bed and a queen sized air-mattress. There is an ironing board, a clock, bluetooth speakers, a TV with basic cable and Hulu+, dvd player and wireless internet. Interaction with GuestsWe will either hand over the keys, or make prior arrangements. The apartment is all for you to enjoy! The NeighborhoodWe love living in East Isles, which is an incredibly walkable neighborhood. We are blocks away from Lake of the Isles (great for a 3mile walk/jog, kyacking, cross-country sking, skating). We are also blocks away from Hennepin Ave, which is filled with great restaurants and cozy coffee shops. We are a quick walk to Kowalskis and the Wedge Co-op if you need to pick up fresh groceries. You can also walk to the Walker Art Center & Sculpture Garden and the Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Getting AroundWe are very close to downtown. You can walk, bike, bus, cab or drive to downtown in a matter of minutes. If you are looking to catch a game or head to Mall of America, you can just on a bus and take the light rail. The nearest major cross streets are Hennepin Ave and Franklin. We have quick access to 94 E or W, which connects with 394 and 35W easily. If you come in the summer, we highly recommend checking out "Nice Ride", Minneapolis' bike hourly/daily bike rentals. The airport is a 20 minute cab ride or drive (also accessible by light rail).
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The SpaceHouse is located in the centrally located Hamline Midway neighborhood in St. Paul. It's a lovely residential neighborhood within easy walking distance to parks, coffee shops and restaurants, and the Green Line Light Rail which takes you to either downtown (amongst other great places!) It's also a quick 10 minute drive to either downtown. (If you are here for the MN State Fair then we're a 5 minute walk to a 5 minute bus ride that takes you right there!) The three bedrooms are upstairs; ground floor is a spacious living room, dining room, kitchen, and another family room. Basement is a fully finished and carpeted and includes a futon, very nice air mattress (if needed), and flat screen-TV. There are bathrooms on all three floors with a shower in two of them. This is perfect for families with kids -- we have two -- so there are toys to play with and a backyard to run around in. (But by no means is this place only good for families with (URL HIDDEN) would work great for anyone!) Guest AccessThe whole house. Getting AroundWe are a 7 minute walk to the Green Line Light Rail Fairview station and a 5 minute walk to the 84 bus line on Snelling Avenue (that gets you to the State Fair in 5 minutes) and many other locations. Driving gets you to either downtown in 10 minutes.
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96br 2-star Hotel
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Situated in Brooklyn Center, this motel is 2.6 mi (4.2 km) from Bohanon Park and within 9 mi (15 km) of Target Field and Target Center. Basilica of Saint Mary and Mill Ruins Park are also within 9 mi (15 km).
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430br 4-star Hotel
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This family-friendly Bloomington hotel is located near the airport, within 1 mi (2 km) of Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge and Sea Life Minnesota Aquarium. Mall of America is 1.3 mi (2.1 km) away.
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The SpaceEnjoy the peacefulness of our well-kept 100 year old first floor family-owned duplex in the heart of Minneapolis. In addition to your comfy, unique private room, we provide high-speed wireless internet, clean sheets and towels, access to making coffee or tea, the bathroom (shared with up to two) , and a shared kitchenette with your own place setting and breads and/or fresh fruits, and a comfy shared meditation/stretching room and the large shared study table, all within walking distance of the University of Minnesota, Augsburg College, University of Minnesota Medical Center, Weisman Museum, The Playwright's Center, the West Bank Theater District, live music, taverns, Cedar-Riverside, Seward Cafe, and a rainbow of restaurants, Nice Ride Minnesota, Car2go and both Blue and Green Lights Rails, connecting you to the airport and to the center of both major cities, Minneapolis and St Paul. Guest AccessIn addition to the private room, fresh towels and bedding, and high-speed internet, guests have access to the kitchenette (shared with up to two), study table, meditation room, piano (play quietly please), and bathroom (shared with up to two) with shower and claw-foot tub. Tea, fruit and breads are available for the weary traveler. The back yard, in season, is a nice place to sit and watch the plants grow. You may be pleasantly surprised by the homeyness and tranquility of this centrally located, well-loved gem. Interaction with GuestsThe homeowner/host is a friendly introvert, thus practices the golden rule, and gives guests as much privacy as possible, but she is happy to help with information and directions to unique, delicious nearby eating establishments. Three cats live on other floors, and are not allowed in the Airbnb, so you won't likely see the sweet felines. The NeighborhoodCedar-Riverside is a culturally rich, multi-ethnic neighborhood, packed with arts and educational activities "The Electromagnetic Center of the Universe", on the west bank of Mississippi River, and the University of Minnesota campus. Heidihouse was built by Norwegian immigrants who worked for the railroad in the early 1900's, and was saved from demolition by student-activists in the early 1970's, and lived in by the homeowner for 30 years. Getting AroundHeidihouse has free guest parking directly in front, and is within three blocks of the light rail (the airport connection), several bus lines, bike trails, riverside running trails, car2go, and a few blocks from numerous Nice Ride bikes. The Blue Line light rail from the airport, Franklin Avenue stop, is just 3 blocks from Heidihouse. Other Things to NoteEnjoy the original artworks on the walls created by the homeowner Heidi and her artist daughter. If you have time in your busy schedule, prearrange to sit for a two-hour sitting, and have your portrait painted by Heidi. She keeps the original, you take a digital photo and are immortalized!
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The SpaceComfortable and quiet with plenty of privacy and centrally located (with very easy public transport access) to St. Paul & Minneapolis as well as Mall Of America and airport. No up charge for second guest. Families, email us and we can coordinate if we can facilitate your crew. We would love to have you as our guest! Guest Accessprivate access through front door (we stay downstairs and come through the back door). If you'd like, you are also welcome to use the kitchen (will be shared) - just clean up after use, please! also, guests are welcome to use the living room & tv upstairs - plenty of privacy as we spend most of our time downstairs or out in our backyard :) Interaction with GuestsWe stay on the lower level and have our offices and living space downstairs as well - the kitchen upstairs is the only shared room and we have a coffee maker you are welcome to use, as well as a variety of teas and will have simple options for breakfast if you'd like. We enjoy any interactions with our guests but we are also very respectful of your privacy The NeighborhoodQuiet neighborhood just 2 blocks from a little shopping center with many places to eat as well as a Super Target (and other stores) for any shopping you may need to do. Also just a 10 minute drive to downtown Minneapolis or Saint Paul and a 5 minute drive from the airport and Mall Of America Getting Around1 block from bus stop which also connects to the light-rail system that runs from the airport/Mall Of America & into both Minneapolis and Saint Paul Other Things to NoteWe use a keypad lock on our front door, so there is never a need to worry about losing a key or not being able to get in if we aren't home / it's late at night when you arrive.
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Excellent
9 reviews
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The SpaceThis space is the perfect retreat for a writer, or any sort of creative person. There is peace and serenity. The guest room is extremely sunny in the day time, or can be toned down by drawing the curtains. The guest room is quite large and very comfortable. There is a desk, an office space, a new firm bed, wardrobe, dresser, book case cabinet, and chair. The floor is stone tile. The house is detailed and extremely clean. This listing is perfect for one or 2 persons, guests will be welcome in the entire lower level of the house, I am mostly upstairs with Yow, my cat. The most unique thing about the house is the sculpture garden. I have a link prepared of a video of the sculpture garden in the summer for your viewing. The kitchen is fun and colorful, it is extremely easy to cook in this kitchen. The parlor is warmly decorated. Guest AccessGuests can cook, in the doll house kitchen, lounge in the parlor, or be secluded in the sitting room bedroom. There is private parking in the driveway. There is a fabulous claw foot tub and wonderful shower. The hot water rarely runs out. Interaction with GuestsI will be present during your stay, we can interact if you wish, but we don't have to. I am known to help my guests get around when they need a lift. Your comfort is of paramount importance. The NeighborhoodThe American Swedish Institute, is a beautiful stately mansion near by. I love shopping at the Seward Co-op where I get wholesome foods for my "Magic Bullet" . It is so easy to get to downtown Minneapolis via 11th Ave S. from my house. Getting AroundThe Franklin Cedar Light Rail is close by, as is a taxi-cab company, down the street called "Red & White". I also love to drive, so if you lack transportation, and I am available, just ask me! Other Things to NoteOne small change in the Guest room from the photos is a beautiful Simmons Beautyrest TruEnergy Noelle double bed instead of the single bed shown. The double bed is wonderfully firm and comfortable. It has a Dri-tec Performance Mattress Protector.
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The SpaceThe lakes, uptown, downtown and the airport are all within 10 miles by car. One block from major bus line.Spacious bedroom, with comfy queen size bed. The shared bathroom has double sink and shower. Laundry facilities are available. Coffee and tea are available in the morning until 10 AM. Need more room? Check out our South Minneapolis Garden Suite. For stays of longer than 3 nights we are willing to offer lower rates. We have one cat. The space is handicapped accessible in that there are no stairs to manage entering the house, bedrooms and bathroom. We have one bike available for guest use. Guest AccessPlenty of on street parking. Shared bathroom, laundry, kitchen, patio, porch. Interaction with GuestsWe're happy to advise about restauants, bike routes, etc. The NeighborhoodSo close to downtown, uptown and the lakes. And the restaurants! Lots of great spots within walking distance. Getting AroundYes! Just 1/2 a block from a major bus line. We have one bike available for guest use, and there are "NiceRide" bike kiosks close by. Go to metrotransit - trip planner to plot your bus and train routes. Other Things to NoteWe have a very friendly cat.
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The SpaceWe offer a cozy bedroom in our Franklin Terrace home in the Seward neighborhood. The furnished first floor bedroom includes use of the living room, dining room and updated kitchen in our 1904 historic well-lit first floor duplex unit with high ceilings, large windows and open front porch. A fully equipped kitchen and bathroom are available and well-suited for dinner parties or small gatherings. The front porch, yard, (with barbecue and charcoal provided), and park across the street, make outdoor cooking and games a breeze. Access to a grand piano in the dining room is a plus for pianists of all levels. Guest AccessGuest Access Our home is less than one block from the Franklin Avenue Mississippi River Bridge, across from a park and just up from the beautiful Mississippi river gorge. It is a few steps away from connections to Minneapolis’ amazing system of bike paths and walking trails and within easy walking distance to the East and West Bank campuses of the University of Minnesota, the Riverside Amplatz Hospital and U of M Medical Center complex. It is conveniently and centrally located in the Minneapolis/St. Paul Twin Cities area just off Interstate Highway 94, on a bus line and close to light rail. While it is only minutes from downtown it is tucked in on a quiet street in the Seward neighborhood near the Seward Co-op Grocery store, just blocks away from the West bank theater district and close to a number of favorite restaurants including the Birchwood Cafe. Interaction with GuestsOur family lives in the upstairs unit and an additional downstairs bedroom and are ready to assist you in anyway to make sure your stay is pleasant.
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The SpaceWe are 10 minutes or less by car from airport, downtown, uptown, Mall of America and the lakes. A major bus line is just one block away. The Music Room has a double futon bed, and opens on to a lovely patio. The room has a large TV, comfortable chairs and table. There is a shared bathroom with shower, double sink, plus laundry facilities, and refrigerator space. Need more room? Check out our South Minneapolis Garden Suite. Guests love hanging out on our front porch - our street is a peaceful one way, without much traffic. We have one cat. The space is handicapped accessible in that there are no stairs to manage entering the house, bedrooms and bathroom. Coffee & tea available. Kitchen may be used to eat and heat meals. For stays of longer than 3 nights we are willing to offer lower rates. Guest AccessPlenty of on street parking. Kitchen may be used to eat and heat meals. Interaction with GuestsAs much or as little as you wish. The NeighborhoodKingfield is a restaurant mecca! We are surrounded by fabulous restaurants that are reasonably priced. Getting AroundWe are just one block from a major bus route and guests are easily able to get from airport, and to downtown and uptown and U of M via bus and train. Plenty of on street parking. Other Things to NoteLong term guests (over one week) - the kitchen access is limited to before 5 PM and after 7 PM. We do ask that you do your own clean up of stove, (please avoid frying) and load/unload dishwasher or do dishes by hand and put away on shelves. Thanks!
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Excellent
19 reviews
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The SpaceSpacious 4+ bedroom home with open layout and classic woodwork. Extra beds add up to 5 doubles and 2 twins, to sleep up to 12. Lots of extra spaces for reading, TV, music and games - groups can really spread out for privacy or gather for fun. Guest AccessHouse has all conceivable needs provided - dishware, linens, towels, food basics (coffee beans, salt, sugar, spices, cooking oil), serving dishes, paper goods, etc. Patio has a gas grill, and a sun room is available for smokers. Extensive walking-distance services available, including: ATMs, gourmet grocery, liquor stores, highly-rated restaurants, coffee shops, and gift stores. Interaction with GuestsHosts live next door, and are usually available to greet guests, show you around, and provide keys, as well as other needs during the visit. The NeighborhoodQuiet green residential neighborhood but with central metro location with easy drive to most area locations, with multiple excellent freeway connections, 15 minutes to airport, downtown, Mall of America/494 strip. Getting AroundSeveral bus line connections within 3 blocks, including expresses to downtown & the U. of M. Good bus connections to the Metrodome, Mall of America, and Southdale mall. On-street parking lane in front plus a private garage space in the alley access in back. Other Things to NoteOn Lush Minnehaha Parkway, Part of Minneapolis Scenic Grand Rounds, with Bicycling/Rollerblading/Jogging Paths Right Out Front Door, Short Walk to Lake Harriet, with Boating, Picnic Area, Concerts, Snacks. Lovely Unique SW Minneapolis Neighborhood - Walk to Gourmet Restaurants and Grocery, Video Store, Coffee Shops, Wine & Liquor Shop, and Pizza.
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The SpaceWe are 10 minutes or less by car from airport, downtown, uptown, Mall of America and the lakes. When you rent the South Minneapolis Garden Suite you have access to the "Music Room", the "Art Room" bathroom with shower, double sink, plus laundry facilities, refrigerator space, and access to kitchen for coffee and tea until 10 AM. The Music Room has a double futon, a TV and opens to patio and backyard. The Art Room has a queen size bed. The suite can easily accommodate 2-4 people. Both rooms can be rented separately, Art Room -$70, Music Room - $65. Check them out, and book via their separate listings. Guests love hanging out on our front porch - our street is a peaceful one way, without much traffic. We have one cat. The space is handicapped accessible in that there are no stairs to manage entering the house, bedrooms and bathroom. Coffee & tea available. We have one bike available for guest use. Guest Access2 bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen Bathroom is shared with family Interaction with GuestsWe're happy to advise you about restaurants, bike routes etc. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood is a restaurant mecca! Walk a few blocks in any direction and you will a great place to eat - burgers, sushi, "chichi", cafes and bistros! Getting AroundWe are just one block from a major bus route. Go to (URL HIDDEN) - "trip planner" to plan your bus and train routes. Plenty of on street parking. We have one bike we can loan, and there are also "NiceRide" kiosks for bike rental.
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The SpaceCharming one bedroom with new queen mattress. Big windows offer lots of natural light. Fold out couch and air mattresses offer capacity to sleep 7. Uptown/Lynn-Lake area. Convention center, Downtown, Lakes area (Calhoun, Cedar, Harriet), U of M, Basilica, Walker Art Center, Target Field, Midtown, Central, Northeast, South Minneapolis and Dinky town all within 10 min. Airport 15 min. We are in a great area for getting around car free. We don't have a car ourselves and the proximity of restaurants, grocery stores, theatres, other entertainment and convenient stores allows us not to. We also have easy access to bike paths, bike share systems and bus routes which opens up the rest of Minneapolis and all its different neighborhoods. We easily take advantage of the lakes area, downtown area, mall of America, south Minneapolis, the airport and linden hills without a car. Of course if you have one that works too! We offer our guests one covered parking spot in our detached garage. Guest AccessBrand new Washer and Dryer. Interaction with GuestsWe are ready to promptly address any questions or concerns. We would love to recommend our favorite restaurants and activities and help you figure out how to get there. The NeighborhoodNearby activities: •Golf •Rock climbing gym (vertical endeavors) •Lake swimming, boating, fishing, lounging and delicious eats. •Parks •Minnetonka falls •Walker Art Center •Sculpture Garden •Target Field •Convention Center •Vikings Stadium •Basilica •University of Minnesota •Live theatre •Live comedy •Live music We love the easy access to all the best places in Minneapolis by walking, biking and bussing. We are car free and we love that our area allows for this. There are nice ride bike share stations 2 short blocks from our place and the midtown bike path just as nearby. Getting AroundThe bus system is pretty good and there is an app that tells you exact arrival times at stops (compared to scheduled times). The app is "twin cities transit". The light rail to the bus is easy to and from the airport or the mall of America and we use it ourselves. The city is also extremely bike friendly, especially our area. Of this feature we love to take advantage :-). The are a fair amount of groceries nearby, walkable or bikable, our favorite is the wedge co-op. The wedge is perfect for visitors because you can by exact amounts of things like spices (1 teaspoon for example).
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Excellent
25 reviews
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The SpaceOur 1938 home gives an historic feel to your stay but with all the modern conveniences. Your room is decorated with the Minnesota fish theme beloved by our now-grown son and contains ample closet space for unpacking or hanging clothing. Our classic "pink" bathroom will be all yours for your stay. Guest AccessWhile your room is on the second level of our home, you will certainly be able to enjoy our main level living room, dining room, and sun room. Available is a large-screen TV for dvd enjoyment. Our fireplace is filled with candles for evening atmosphere. Our large city back yard will be available in the summer as well. Interaction with GuestsBoth of us will be available for conversation over breakfast and after dinner in the evening. We will happily share a continental breakfast. Evenings are usually incomplete without something hot to drink. You are invited to join us for that should your schedule allow! The NeighborhoodSW Minneapolis is a destination for those who want a vacation in the city. Our home is seven blocks from the chain of lakes that dominate the neighborhood. Miles and miles of bike and hiking trails connect Mississippi River to a string of parks, lakes, and creeks. Lakeside concerts each evening happen from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Within 10 blocks of our home are some of the best urban restaurants in town. The Museum of Russian Art is at the Interstate 35W exit to our home. Boutique shopping at nearby 50th/France and at every major street corner makes this neighborhood a shoppers paradise. One of those corners is filled with outstanding antique shops. Farmers markets abound; the airport is a mere 15 minutes away as is the Mall of America. Downtown Minneapolis is within sight. A variety of church and other spiritual experiences are available in SW Minneapolis as well. Nearby are exercising options, open art studio space, and a creative variety of interesting places to explore. Truly the best place to be if you are looking for a quiet neighborhood with everything at your fingertips. Getting AroundBus connections are available 2 blocks from our home. Cars2Go has established itself with vehicles parked all around our neighborhood. Lyfte and Uber are now transportation options. In a bike-friendly city, 1 of our bikes is available for your commute or pleasure. Other Things to NoteBecause I am a docent at The Museum of Russian Art, I will host you through a personal tour of its exhibits should you wish. Nearby cultural amenities include countless small theatre companies, a variety of museums, and concert venues. Minneapolis has become a craft beer center with many neighborhood food and wine establishments offering a variety of locally sourced food and drink.
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The Space100% of the profits minus expenses goes to the Bloomington Scholarship Fund where I taught, PBS TPT Channel 2, and Minneapolis Art Institute donations. Beautiful 2nd floor mini-suite with some of the best views of downtown Minneapolis and Lowry Park. Fully furnished two 2 single beds in the 1880's European antique period. Private bathroom. Mini-bar/kitchen (toaster oven, microwave, fully stocked mini-bar/refrigerator for continental breakfast). Private entrance, and access/use to all three patios on the property. Guest AccessGuests have access to both the front patio overlooking Lowry Park and Downtown Minneapolis and the back garden patio and fountains. Private entrance to room from second floor staircase. Interaction with GuestsCompletely up to guests. Enjoy talking and socialization, but respect guests need and desire for privacy. I will be present at the home during the guest's stay as it is my primary residence. The NeighborhoodHouse is located in beautiful, historic Lowry Park Neighborhood, less than a mile from Downtown Minneapolis and blocks away from the Walker Art Center. It is worth walking the area to see the old historic homes and mansions in the one of the most prestigious neighborhoods in Minneapolis. Getting AroundBus stop on the corner of block makes for inexpensive travel to anywhere in the cities. Cab ride to downtown a mere $7. 3 blocks to MN Nice Ride Bike rental station (available seasonally).
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The SpaceA cozy urban retreat. Bright and sunny. Nicely furnished with beautiful linens and a fully appointed kitchen. Paper products, laundry and kitchen products are provided. Laundry is shared coin and on the same level. This space is compact and very attractive. It is a five block walk to the Light Rail Train which reaches from the Mall of America, to the Airport and Downtown. Powderhorn Park is a very large city park 4-5 blocks away. Access to the extensive bike and recreational trail system is one block away on 18th. The Midtown YWCA is about 4 blocks away as well with a great indoor facility. Great access to uptown, downtown and located in the midst of midtown. The address of the property is 3050 18th Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55407 Guest AccessLively urban neighborhood. Powderhorn Park, LRT, Groceries, Midtown YWCA, Midtown exchange are all closely. Interaction with GuestsVery limited. I am available 24/7 by phone or email if issues arise. The NeighborhoodLively urban neighborhood. Powderhorn Park, LRT, Groceries, Midtown YWCA, Midtown exchange are all closely.
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The SpaceNewly renovated condo in older charming brick brownstone. This condo features a new kitchen and bathroom, gorgeous woodwork and floors. Classic trim mixed with fresh updates and simple, comfortable furnishings. Easily sleeps 4 Quiet accommodations that are more homelike than a hotel. * Very comfortable furnishings. * Fully equipped kitchen. * Bed Linens, towels and paper products * Garage stall with automatic door opener. * Close to Light Rain Train * Close to Downtown, airport and Mall of America. * Two Blocks to Midtown Greenway Bike and Recreation Trail System *Four Blocks to Midtown YWCA * Crib available Guest AccessPrivate Garage, Lively urban neighborhood. Powderhorn Park, LRT, Groceries, Midtown YWCA, Midtown exchange are all closely. Interaction with GuestsVery little face to face interaction. I am easily available by phone or email for concerns and support. If needed I or a representative will be on site quickly. The NeighborhoodThis a vibrant urban neighborhood. A very convenient location for visiting downtown, uptown, St Paul and the surrounding Metro area. Awesome access to public transportation and bike path. Lots of ethnic eateries, groceries, cafes, and Target are nearby. Getting AroundYes the bus and LRT are a block and five block walk respectively. See (URL HIDDEN) Cabs are also easily available as well as bike rental kiosks available ( not Nov-Mar) see (URL HIDDEN)
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The SpaceNewly renovated condo in older charming brick brownstone. This condo features a new kitchen and bathroom, freshly painted woodwork and gorgeous wood floors. Classic trim mixed with fresh updates and simple, comfortable furnishings. Easily sleeps 4 Quiet accommodations that are more homelike than a hotel. * Very comfortable furnishings. * Fully equipped kitchen. * Bed Linens, towels and paper products * Close to Light Rain Train * Close to Downtown, airport and Mall of America. * Two Blocks to Midtown Greenway Bike and Recreation Trail System *Four Blocks to Midtown YWCA * Crib available Guest AccessOff street parking spot in rear parking lot. Lively urban neighborhood. Powderhorn Park, LRT, Groceries, Midtown YWCA, Midtown exchange are all closeby. Interaction with Guests Off street parking spot in rear parking lot. Lively urban neighborhood. Powderhorn Park, LRT, Groceries, Midtown YWCA, Midtown exchange are all closely. The NeighborhoodPlease enjoy the space. I expect you to be practice "quiet enjoyment", i.e. use the space in a way that does not disturb others. There is no smoking in the condo or inside the building. You may roam the yard, use the shared outdoor patio and grill. Please ask for what you do not find in the condo, for directions or fun places to go. Your declared pets are welcome. Please do not allow them onto furniture or cover furniture they may damage. Thanks! Getting AroundYes the bus and LRT are a block and five block walk respectively. See (URL HIDDEN) Cabs are also easily available as well as bike rental kiosks available ( not Nov-Mar) see (URL HIDDEN)
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We are a fully furnished historic home with 10 guest rooms and many spacious and inviting areas providing the charm of an old world inn. As the first and longest established guest house in the University of Minnesota area, we have hosted over 5000 guests from over 67 countries. For the past 20 years, we have been the lodging of choice for visiting scholars, researchers, physicians and others for stays ranging from two nights to one year. Many of our guests return for more visits once they experience the friendly atmosphere, appealing spaces and great value for which we have become known. • Five rooms with private bathrooms; five rooms with two shared bathrooms • Free (mostly organic) continental breakfast • Free Wireless Highspeed Internet throughout • Private telephones in each room with free local calls • Furnished, spacious and well-organized guest kitchen • Central Air-conditioning • Cleaning service (except for stays of less than one week) • On-site laundry • Guest parking on-site (limited) • National/local newspapers, magazines, Cable TV • Secured building and rooms • Smoke-free environment • Owners on-site • 1/2 block from U of M Circulator & Minneapolis Buslines Please note - pictures are for reference only. You may not get the exact room that is pictured but we will accommodate you in whichever room you've booked (private bath or shared bath).
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The Space100% of the profits minus expenses goes to the Bloomington Scholarship Fund where I taught, PBS TPT Channel 2, and Minneapolis Art Institute donations. Beautiful basement apartment with plenty of natural lighting and private entrance. Includes one queen bed and a hide-a-bed to accommodate up to 4 individuals. Full kitchen stocked with basic provisions and laundry room included. Guest AccessGuests have access to both the front porch overlooking Lowry Park and Downtown Minneapolis and the back garden porch. Off-street parking for one vehicle included. Private entrance to apartment. Interaction with GuestsCompletely up to guests. Enjoy talking and socialization, but respect guests need and desire for privacy. I will be present at the home during the guest's stay as it is my primary residence. The NeighborhoodHouse is located in beautiful, historic Lowry Park Neighborhood, less than a mile from Downtown Minneapolis and blocks away from the Walker Art Center. It is worth walking the area to see the old historic homes and mansions in the neighborhood. Getting AroundBus stop on the corner of block makes for inexpensive travel to anywhere in the cities. Off-street parking included. Cab ride to downtown a mere $7.
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Excellent
72 reviews
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The Space100% of the profits minus expenses goes to the Bloomington Scholarship Fund where I taught, PBS TPT Channel 2, and Minneapolis Art Institute donations. This lower level garden apartment is located in a historic home on the corner of Emerson Ave. and Douglas Ave. The apartment has a private entrance, 2 bedrooms:1 bedroom with 2 twin beds, 2nd bedroom/living room has a queen size bed and hide a bed and fireplace. Very comfortable unit for 4 - 6 people. Eat in fully equipped kitchen, bath and laundry, cable internet. There is a bus stop on the corner to everywhere and within 10-15 block radius to Uptown and Downtown, parks and Lake of the Isles, Walker Art Museum and Convention Center. Guest AccessThis is a private apartment (not room). Guest have access to patio areas (front and back), private bathroom, shared laundry room, private fully stocked kitchen, private living room/bedroom with fireplace, another private bedroom with twin beds. Interaction with GuestsCompletely up to guests. Enjoy talking and socialization, but respect guests need and desire for privacy. I will be present at the home during the guest's stay as it is my primary residence. The NeighborhoodHouse is located in beautiful, historic Lowry Park Neighborhood, less than a mile from Downtown Minneapolis and blocks away from the Walker Art Center. It is worth walking the area to see the old historic homes and mansions in the neighborhood. Getting AroundBus stop on the corner of block makes for inexpensive travel to anywhere in the cities. Cab ride to downtown a mere $7.
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The NeighborhoodHome in the popular Lyn-Lake and Uptown neighborhoods by all the fun bars, theaters, resturants and museums. Less than a mile from the Minneapolis Chain of Lakes! Getting AroundParking available in garage, front street, and back ally. Other Things to NoteRestaurant and Coffee House both within a two block walk!
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The SpaceStay in the beautiful Seward neighborhood in the heart of Minneapolis, three blocks from the Mississippi River (biking and walking trails), steps away from an amazing food coop, and within walking distance of shops and restaurants (Thai, Indian, American bistro). This location is also within walking/biking distance of the University of Minnesota and close to several bus lines. This second-floor apartment with a private entrance offers a bedroom with full size bed, a futon-style sofa couch, a living room equipped with meditation pillows, couch and comfortable chairs and a separate study with writing desk, a full bathroom, and a sweet kitchenette with garden view. Back garden patio is also open to visitors. Free wi-fi; bike rental blocks away. This apartment is perfect for vacationers looking for a central location from which to explore the Twin Cities. Please note: our 6-year-old--who lives downstairs with us--is an early riser and is loud in the mornings (and occasionally in the middle of the night). We don't recommend staying here if you're looking for absolute quiet. Getting AroundFree parking on the street by apartment. Other Things to NoteWe have a window-unit air conditioner in the upstairs bedroom and fans in the windows, but we don't have central air. We do try to keep this space as a retreat (it's creative space for us when we're not renting), so there is no television or radio.
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The SpaceYou will have a private entrance to the one bedroom apartment in the basement. It has a queen sized bed and a couch that folds out to a full sized bed, so it can comfortably sleep 4 people. Wifi throughout. Laundry in the basement if needed. Please be aware that there are areas with short ceilings, so someone over 6'1" will have to duck sometimes. There's a patio and a built-in firepit in the fenced-in backyard with ample firewood. There's a hammock and glider bench to relax near the garden. - Blocks away from multiple bus lines - 2 miles from lightrail station - 15 minutes from airport, Mall of America, downtown and uptown - Close to major highways: 62, 35W, I94, 77 - Walking distance to 48th & Chicago business district with little shops, restaurants, movie theatre and more. - Walking distance to Minnehaha Parkway and Lake Nokomis - Biking distance to Lake Calhoun, Lake Harriet, Rose Gardens, Lake of the Isles - Blocks away from multiple bike paths Guest AccessWifi Netflix Laundry Private entrance Private apartment with bathroom, kitchen, bedroom and living room Board games Fenced in backyard Fire pit Hammock Glider bench and adirondeck chairs Off street parking is available in back Interaction with GuestsGuests will have an undisturbed stay from upstairs tenants, but may have contact in shared areas (laundry room and yard). Keyless entry allows for minimal contact during check in and check out, but we are always available via phone or email if needed. The NeighborhoodThe neighbors are very friendly and quiet. There are lots of people walking their dogs regularly on the streets. A park with tennis and basketball courts is within walking distance, as well as the 48th and Chicago shopping area with plenty of bars, restaurants, boutiques and even a vintage movie theatre. Getting AroundA bus stop is 1 block away and the lightrail is within biking distance. Other Things to NoteInstructions on how to get in and your door code will be messaged to you the day before your stay, unless you specify you want it earlier. The wifi password gets changed frequently and the network name and password can be found on the first page of the welcome book. The wifi password is in the welcome book on the dining room table when you arrive.
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The SpaceThis is a duplex house with a FULL kitchen, bathroom, living room, sunroom/office, and great backyard garden - not just a room, or apartment in an apartment building. Plus, I check out when you check in, so you have the place to yourself (some listings on Airbnb are more roommate scenarios). Before securing your dates, please be sure to read the house rules section, thank you :) One of the best things about the house is that it's located, very conveniently between Mpls and St. Paul - A few miles from the U of M and just 5 minutes from downtown Minneapolis! Freeway entrance is just a couple blocks away. One block from a major bus route and 15 minutes from the airport and Mall of America. Lots of shops within walking distance and more within short biking distance. House Description: My quiet and cozy one bedroom home can be yours to call your own while you stay in unique and creative NE Minneapolis. The home is fully furnished, including the kitchen, in colorful, retro styling. This rental includes: *Full Kitchen, Full Bath, Living Room, Sunroom and 1 Bedroom. Bedroom has a Full-size bed (sleeps 2), couch (sleeps 1 - does not pull-out, though is very comfortable), and a Queen Size Air Mattress and/or Single Cot available upon request. *Fresh sheets/towels/blankets supplied - sleeping bags upon request. *Toiletries and hair dryer provided if you've forgotten yours, feel free to use these. *Free Wireless Internet, Roku player with Netflix and Hulu Plus paid for, Flatscreen TVs, DVD player. *Free coffee and tea and condiments provided. Full size kitchen, fully equipped - espresso maker, coffee maker, coffee grinder, microwave, etc *Plenty of parking in front of house. *Picnic table and patio area with seating in beautiful backyard garden. *Bike (with lock) available for your use by request. Also Minneapolis was rated #1 Bike City by several sources online, including Outside Online! We also have a new bike renting program called "Nice Ride", with bikes that are easily rentable at posts throughout the city, rent by day or month. Check them out online for more locations, etc. Also, there is a great app to plan your bike route called, Ride the City, I recommend checking this out.. as well I have extensive bike trail maps! *Breweries: It would be a great idea to rent bikes and head over to any of NE Mpls's several breweries (Search the internet for " NY Times NE Minneapolis " or search " NE Minneapolis Breweries ", where we are quickly becoming known as Brewtown and making really incredible beers! (Indeed, 612 Brew, Dangerous Man, and more popping up everyday within a short walk or bike ride from the house). Or take a ride along the river and Minneapolis's many bike paths including the Greenway - I have maps! Check out NE Minneapolis bar hopping by way of one of our local "Pedal Pubs"! (see my pictures) or simply on foot :) Guest AccessThis rental has its own private entrance. The guest has access to the main floor apartment of this house, including kitchen, full bathroom, bedroom, living room and sunroom/office. Also feel free to use the backyard picnic table area. Interaction with GuestsI generally give guests their peace while renting after the initial greeting and introduction to the house, but they are also free to contact me at any time during their stay with questions. The NeighborhoodThe area: Welcome to NE Minneapolis! Coming to town to tour our incredible NE Minneapolis breweries? Or for theater, farmers markets, or our great local Arts events? A business convention? Or to visit nearby relatives? NE Minneapolis is a convenient, centrally located, yet safe, residential spot for your homebase. It's artsy, quaint, and full of neighborhood bars and restaurants, many of them with acclaimed chefs and locally raised ingredients! Pub crawls are very popular in NE because it's so easy to walk from one bar to the next, and each has its own individual flavor. :) My house happens to be just over a century old, though you wouldn't know it from looking at it, it does retain some of that great old character. The neighborhood is all residential with sidewalks, though a short, 1.5 block walk to restaurants and major grocery store, Target, etc. There is a large park with wading pool, tennis courts, soccer/ice skating just one block from the house. Freeway entrances are only 3 blocks away making the location really ideal and quick to get to any other part of the city. It's a 5 minute drive to downtown, and a fairly easy bike ride as well, on surface roads. Getting AroundThere is a major bus route a block from the house and a very handy website for metro transit to help you plan your route. Also, close by are Nice Ride bikes available for rental and a great new bike shop also in NE, about 7-8 blocks from the house. Short term car rentals, sometimes by the hour, are becoming more and more popular here. There is an HourCar, parked 1 block from the house, so very handy! The light rail line is ever expanding and will get you quickly to the airport, downtown, or Mall of America area.. and now to St. Paul too! Other Things to Note** For allergy sensitive people, be aware I do have a short-haired cat, though she will not be here during rental. ** The house is a duplex and there are upstairs neighbors. If you are very sound sensitive please discuss this with me prior to reservation, however this has normally not been an issue.
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The SpaceClean and comfortable! Guest AccessKitchen privileges are fine and I have a bicycle you can borrow if you'd like. Interaction with GuestsI love chatting a bit with guests. I like to share what I know about what's happening around town and I like to hear a travel story or something about where you are from. I am pretty busy and normally keep to my own schedule. The NeighborhoodI am a block from the magnificent parkway system of bike and running paths and the Mississippi River. Busy commercial area is a 10-minute walk away for groceries, coffee shops, library, movie theater, etc. Macalester College, College of St. Catherine and St. Thomas University are all about 3 miles away. Getting AroundI am one block from bus line and a few blocks from rental bikes. The University of Minnesota is an easy drive or bike ride along the Mississippi River. Other Things to NoteVery close to the University of St. Thomas, Macalester College and the College of St. Catherine. Lovely parkway drive to U of M,
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The SpaceThis 1926 Craftsman double bungalow (duplex) has all the detail and flexibility its architectural style suggests. The hand crafted woodwork that frames the home's interior, goes from dark to light as you move through the house, from a deep walnut framing the sunporch, living room, and dining room, to the original oak cabinetry of the kitchen, to the bright scrubbed pine in both bedrooms. This property can sleep six quite comfortably, eight with just a bit of imagination. The master bedroom has a queen bed as well as a comfy chair and table for reading or lounging. The second bedroom has a full bed, a functional desk, a chair and bookshelf. We encourage guests to borrow or trade books from the bookshelf as their interests dictate. The open sun porch has a pullout sofa bed (queen), vintage swivel chair and lots of windows and plants. Perfect for sitting, talking, reading or gazing. We have an additional deluxe queen size air mattress (the double decker) which can fit on the opposite end of the sunporch for larger parties. The dining room overlooks the flower garden through a horizontal panel of three windows. The dining table (built in the same period as the house) is solid walnut with an Art Deco Sunburst pattern and seating for 8. The kitchen is functional for cooking and equipped with pots, pans, cutlery and other utensils. There are sufficient tablesettings, plates, bowls, glasses, etc to serve eight. Guests will also find a breakfast basket filled with pastries fruits yogurts orange juice, etc...enough for your entire party's first breakfast in your temporary home. Coffee and tea are always provided. The backyard is partially enclosed with a privacy fence and has a patio table and chairs with umbrella. Great for barbecuing or just sitting and relaxing from Spring through Fall. There is also an enclosed back porch with screened windows looking out over the backyard. The house is located a half block off the Bike Boulevard, a right-of-way street for bicycles, and less than ten minutes ride from the Minnehaha Parkway bike trail which follows The Creek to beautiful Minnehaha Falls. We have four adult bikes and two kids bikes for guests to use for leisure or general transportation. 15 minutes ride to The Lakes or downtown via the bike lanes. If biking isn't your preferred mode of transportation, We are located only one block off the Bloomington Avenue and 38th street bus lines (#14 and 23)) and about 10 blocks from the light rail. If all other modes of transportation fail we are happy to rideshare with our 2010 Toyota Prius between the hours of 9:30 AM and 4:30 PM and on a case-by-case basis after 7 PM. We are usually working during the day so the car just sits most of the time. We are happy to share with guests who have a valid drivers license and who will take our family pledge not to drink (or text) and drive. We also ask that guests put a little gas in her according to their usage, but it's never much since it's a hybrid.
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Excellent
23 reviews
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The SpaceVERY close to the light rail train which stops directly at all major event locations: - MSP Airport - Mall of America - Vikings Stadium (being built) - Downtown Minneapolis - Twins Stadium - Xcel Center - Downtown St. Paul Guest Access2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, dining room, deck, grill, flat screen TV, 4 blocks from light rail train. The NeighborhoodHomey feel with great nearby attractions: - Northbound Brewery: Delicious bar with a beautiful patio. - A Baker's Wife: Best donuts in the world, hands down. - Lake Hiawatha and Nokomis: bike trails, tennis courts and beaches. Getting AroundEasy, free street parking. You can take the light rail from the airport to the 38th street stop which is only 4 blocks from our house.
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The SpaceThis Century old home was converted into a duplex. The upper unit has 2 bedrooms and can sleep 6 comfortably. The master bedroom has a comfortable queen size bed and huge walk in closet. The closet leads to a porch where you can relax in fresh air, drink your morning coffee, read a book or watch the world below you. The second bedroom has a cozy feel with a full size bed and dresser. The living room is spacious and has a pull out couch and comfy chair. The kitchen is fully equipped with pots, pans, coffee maker, toaster, utensils, etc. Guest AccessGuest will have access to all the parts of the upper level of this duplex. Washer & Dryer in unit. Parking is available on the street or there is additional room to park in the back. Interaction with GuestsI live 15 minutes from the property and have a flexible schedule to meet any guest's needs. The NeighborhoodThis house is centrally located to all parts of the city. Downtown, Uptown, the Airport and Mall of America are all within 10-15 minutes. We're just a few blocks from Powderhorn Park, several great coffee shops and cafes (including the Midtown Global Market!) The Powderhorn neighborhood has a very diverse population making it an interesting place to stay. Getting AroundThe house is located 2 blocks from the bus line and about 10 blocks to the light rail. Perfect location if going to downtown, airport, Mall of America or like quick Interstate access. Also, only a few blocks away is the Greenway (Minneapolis’s Bike Trail) which connects to over 51 miles of paved trails that wrap around lakes and along parkways. I have two bikes available for guest to use.
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The SpaceA main level studio apartment in a historic 1890 Minneapolis duplex. It has 3 distinct rooms connected with archways. Dividing screens separate two of these rooms. One of the rooms (next to the bathroom) is separated from the others with closing doors. Two comfy futons in separate living spaces (queen and full size) sleep 2 people each, and one real full size bed. 2 big tables, 42inch HDTV, cable and a free wi-fi connection. 1 bathroom and one kitchen with all standard appliances, gas stove, fridge and all you need to fix a meal. Fruit and blender for smoothies. Walking distance from a health food store, restaurants and pubs. 10 minute walk to the light-rail, that connects you to the airport and to downtown. Very close to the U of M, Fairview Riverside University Hospital (15 min walk), to Augsburg College (about 15 min walk). Also close to the Children's Hospital and to Abbot Northwestern Hospital (5 min drive). Walking distance to bike rentals. Take a bike for a spin to the Mississippi river, Minnehaha state park, or the lakes. If you choose to rent a car and drive to downtown, it will take you 5 minutes. My Japanese-style backyard surrounded by trees has a fire pit. Feel free to have a taste of nature without leaving the city. Safe secure building. Separate entrance, plenty of parking space in the street. Plenty of closet space too. You will be comfortable and warm.
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The SpaceWe welcome you or your family to a quiet and comfortable space. It's a quirky old house with the rustic feeling of a family cabin and decor that could be called "granny chic," with a mix of antiques and modern. We're friendly and welcoming and provide the necessary comforts in a lovely and quiet neighborhood. The house offers two upstairs bedrooms with a full bed in one bedroom, two twin beds in the other (one lofted). There's also a full-sized sofa bed in the first-floor living room. A portable crib is available on request. The simple, functional bathroom is also upstairs and features a 3/4-sized cast-iron tub with a hand-held shower head. The bathroom is stocked with fluffy white towels, extra cotton sheets, a hairdryer, and basic toiletries. The carriage house has a small kitchen equipped with a microwave, stove, small refrigerator, and coffee maker, as well as cookware, dishes, and glassware. It's well-equipped to cook a basic meal, and if you need something you don't find in the kitchen, I'm likely able to lend it to you. Two large wooden desks and internet access offer a convenient place to work if you're here for professional reasons, or space to spread out if you're here for fun. If you need something you don't find, just ask. Guest AccessEnjoy your privacy in a small two-story carriage house in our back yard. You're welcome to sit in the yard when the weather is fine. A small clothes washer and clotheslines are available for your use in the cellar. Same-day laundry service is available on request for a small fee. Interaction with GuestsI love the opportunity to welcome guests on arrival, but when that isn't possible, keys are available for self-check-in to ensure smooth arrival on your own schedule. If you would like an early check-in or late check-out, let me know ahead of time. Provided the schedule permits, I can arrange it free of charge. Many of our guests are affiliated with the University of Minnesota or visiting relatives in the area and looking for more space and more peaceful surroundings than they'd get in a hotel. Families especially appreciate having space with separate areas for sleeping and visiting. We are happy to help orient you to the Twin Cities and provide useful information and maps. Our family of two working adults and children lives in the main house. I'm happy to lend necessary kitchenware or pop in for a quick repair if needed. The NeighborhoodPropect Park is a hidden gem in the Twin Cities. Marked by the distinctive Witch Hat Tower, it's a stone's throw from the University of Minnesota, downtown Minneapolis, and St. Paul's artsy Midway area. Walk or bike to TCF Stadium, sample award-winning treats at Cupcake, visit the landmark Surly brew pub and the friendly Urban Growler, or browse nearby galleries and antique stores. Getting AroundWe're located close to convenient public transit--including the light-rail line on University Ave. We often have (older) bikes available if you want to explore the area on two wheels, and we're very close to enjoyable biking routes on the Mississippi River and the Greenway to the Lakes in Uptown. The Nice Ride bike share program has a station near the Westgate train stop. If you have a car, on-street parking is free and ample. Coming from the airport? A cab is approximately $45, or we can help you easily navigate your way here on transit ($1.75-$2.25, about 30 minutes). Uber and Lyft also both operate in Minneapolis. Other Things to NoteWe're kid-friendly and the house has a variety of toys and games for children of various ages. I've got lots of ideas if you're looking for off-the-beaten track ideas for activities nearby. Air conditioning is available in the upstairs sleeping area and the living room during the summer months. We have window units we install but there is no central air. We take the A/C units out in the fall. We're amenable to accommodating special requests. Let us know if you'd like to arrive to a stocked refrigerator, need a transit pass, or have other special needs.
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The SpaceIt's a Victorian era duplex with a spacious feel and loads of charm. It streams sunlight at all times, and gives great sunset views, especially for such an urban hotspot. The kitchen is spacious and quaint, and the beds are comfy and clean! We provide a twin, queen, or king bed depending on your needs. Guest AccessWireless internet, projector with roku, speakers, office supplies, library, art space (supplies, brushes, paper, tables), meditation space (incense, candles, sage, mats, yoga ball), kitchen (fully-stocked), and music area (electronic drums, mandolin, bass guitar, amp). Interaction with GuestsAs much or as little as they like! We love to dream about and plan our movement in community off-the-grid and toward higher consciousness (permaculture, aquaponics, forest gardens, renewable energy). We love to co-create music, art, and food. We also sometimes keep to ourselves downstairs and let the space be quiet and private. Whatever works! The NeighborhoodWe are in the trendiest and most eclectic of Minneapolis neighborhoods, with loads of excellent local, organic dining just steps away. We are also a short walk from the metro greenway (fantastic bike trail), many coffee shops (Bob's Java Hut, Common Roots Cafe, French Meadow), and parks (Loring, Mueller, Whittier). We are a short bike ride from several lakes, quaint wine bars, and fine dining. Pretty much whatever you need is nearby! The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, the Walker Museum, the Jungle Theater, Theater Garage, and Intermedia Arts. Getting AroundThere is a "Nice Ride" public bike rental stand on the corner, and also a bus stop. We're near the edge of downtown, so from there you can transfer to busses going all over, or catch the light rail to the mall or airport. Other Things to NoteWe're really excited about the new world we are building. I hope you become a part of it!
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Excellent
87 reviews
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This historic South Minneapolis home was built in 1910 just before the Craftsman boom of the 20s. Original maple floors, mahogany staircase winding to the 2nd floor bedrooms and bath, cozy mint sun porch, and sprawling deck and backyard.
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The SpaceUnique?? Well it's no tree house! But it's freshly painted & clean. You will have access to all areas of home except upstairs. I have no restrictions on interaction. Not home a whole lot. But will be available for any questions you might have about Mpls or where to go. Many great restaurants and activities within a couple blocks! 5 blocks you can be on light rail and go downtown, at Paul, mall, or airport. Convenance, sums it up. Area is quiet for being in the city Light rail is approx six blocks away bus stops also close by Guest AccessYou will have access to all areas of home except upstairs. Interaction with GuestsI have no restrictions on interaction. I am not home a lot, but will be available for any questions you might have about Minneapolis or where to go. Many great restaurants and activities within a couple blocks! Five blocks and you can be on the light rail and go downtown, St. Paul, Mall of America, or the airports (Lindberg or Humphrey). The NeighborhoodConvenience sums it up. The neighborhood is quiet especially for being in the city. Getting AroundLight rail is approximately five blocks away and the bus stops close by as well. Other Things to NotePets will be an additional $15.00 per nite
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The SpaceNOTE we have links to ALL 30+ of our listings on this website at the end of this description! (Airbnb used to provide that, but changed their format...) Your studio with one bathroom space sleeps 2 in a queen sleep number bed. We also have other units in this building that can sleep a total 22! (if you are interested set up a call for details, please.) This unit has a kitchenette with everything but a stove and sink (Of course there is a bath sink). Microwave, small refrigerator with freezer compartment, coffee maker, toaster, counter top toaster oven, dual hotplate, etc. Why "Glass House"? Two reasons... 1. The 3/4 bath shower is glass block wall! The bath is also well-equipped with exhaust fan and electrical outlets. 2. Large windows with stained glass let in the morning light. Also a remarkable feature: a rooftop deck larger than the apartment! Furnished with seating. Shared laundry in building. Only three other units. As mentioned above other units in the building are available and can sleep 8! The total of all units is 22! Patio in back has picnic table and other seating, firepit and very large charcoal grill. Amenities List- Yes - Need more space? We have other units as mentioned above. Yes - Individually Controlled Air Conditioning Yes - Washer access for all stays, shared with three other units Yes - Dryer, same as above. Yes - Linens Provided, laundered without perfumes No - Garage, however parking space is always available Yes - Parking for RV or Trailer in an off-street area (arrange in advance). No - Gas or Wood Fireplace. No - Elevator. Not needed. Exterior front porch private entrance, four steps to inside, and one flight up to your unit. Yes - Queen Size Bed (3). Two Dual Chamber Sleep Number Beds Yes - Full Size Bed (4). Comfy Inner Spring Convertible Mattress Sofa Yes- Twin Size Beds (2) Inflatable with supplied pump. No - Crib Yes - HDTV Yes - Cable TV, approx 100 channels Yes - DVD Player Yes - DVD Movies (limited selection) No - Video Games and Console No - Musical Library (however TV has video music stations) No - Jetted Tub Yes - Shower (Both baths have shower with removable head) Yes - Exhaust fan in baths, on timer Yes - Radio / Stereo Yes - Kitchenette Yes - Cooking Utensils (Full set of pots and pans for hot plate and toaster oven, knives, spatulas, etc.) Yes - Eating Utensils (Full set of plates, glasses, cups, silverware, etc.) Yes - Spices (set of 16 plus your salt and pepper) No- Dishwasher No - Disposal Yes - Coffeemaker and Coffee! Yes - Toaster Yes - Microwave No- Quesadilla/Panini Maker No - Gas Stove with oven and four burners No - Exhaust fan at kitchen. And kitchen windows. Yes - Refrigerator with true freezer compartment and ice cube trays Yes - Catering through local restaurants, and of course many restaurants deliver Yes - Barbecue Grill. Charcoal. Shared with building Yes - Patio. Yes - Patio Seating Yes - Firepit Yes - Gazebo Tent for protection from Rain. Yes - Lakes and Rivers. Not at your door, but very close! Yes - Parks. City playground park with wading pool two blocks away. Many other parks. Yes - View. Second Floor Balcony. Yes - Internet. Wifi Broadband. No - Pets allowed. Sorry! We have other spaces where pets are allowed. No - Handicapped or Wheelchair Accessible. Sorry! We have other spaces with limited access. Note there are only four outside steps, and no barriers within the unit. However a wheelchair bound guest might not find it easy to maneuver in this space. No - Kids allowed. Only one bed. Other spaces allow kids. Yes - Minimum age limit for renters. In general we do NOT rent to vacationing students or singles under the age of 22 unless accompanied by parent or guardian. Yes - NON-smoking. Minnesota is the original clean indoor air state. Smoking on the covered entry area, or in gazebo.   Transportation Free Buses in Minneapolis and St. Paul Campus Connector (note:pdf download) offers free service between the St. Paul, East Bank and West Bank campuses of the University of Minnesota. Designed for students, but they don’t check student ID. Does not connect to Downtown Minneapolis. Take a Free Ride on select Nicollet Mall buses (Nicollet Mall stretches from one end of downtown Minneapolis to the other.) Seeing a lot of things downtown? Park at an end of this route for less money! Goes very close to Convention Center. Bicycle Rental comes in many flavors… (URL HIDDEN) tells you where to rent for your whole stay. (URL HIDDEN) is an interesting alternative. For $6 per day, you get access to a bike rental system centered on downtown Minneapolis. NOTE! There is a per trip charge for a trip of over 30 minutes! However you could hop skip and jump all over downtown with these bikes, for the daily or monthly fee. Closest ride station is two blocks away from our Southeast spaces! So you could get a bike there, ride downtown in just a few minutes, and go from one site to another downtown, the museums and Lakes in Minneapolis, and some parts of St. Paul. With trips of under 30 minutes, there is no per trip charge, so it would just be the daily fee of $6. HOURCAR is the smart way to drive. HOURCAR offers 32 cars in Minneapolis and Saint Paul. Find out where your nearest HOURCAR lives, and sign up to drive today. (This HOURCAR location is walking distance!) Southeast Como 901 15th Avenue SE Minneapolis, MN Cars here: #29 - Black Honda Fit (Daily Rates do not apply) This hub is at Van Cleve Park, on the corner of Rollins Avenue SE and 15th Avenue SE. The hub is located in the first parking spot facing Rollins Avenue. Car Rental: Enterprise will pick you up! Bus / Light Rail / Commuter Rail (URL HIDDEN) has all the bus and public transportation information. Here is information about bus routes that have stops within a few blocks of this space. 3 - U of M - Como Av - Energy Park Dr – Downtown Minneapolis Downtown East/Metrodome Station Minneapolis University of Minnesota Dinkytown Como Avenue St. Paul Maryland Avenue West Energy Park Front Avenue Rice Street Downtown St. Paul 4 - New Brighton - Johnson St - Bryant A Major Destinations New Brighton Silver Lake Village NE Minneapolis Johnson Street NE Downtown Minneapolis South Minneapolis Lyndale Avenue South Bryant Avenue South 50th Street West Penn Avenue South Richfield Southtown Shopping Center 82nd Street Transit Center Route 61 (URL HIDDEN) Major Destinations Downtown Minneapolis East Hennepin Avenue Industrial Boulevard Macy's Warehouse UPS St. Paul Larpenteur Avenue Arlington Avenue Arcade Street 7th Street East Downtown St. Paul 67 - W Minnehaha - Wabasha - Smith – Major Destinations St. Paul Minnehaha Avenue Downtown St. Paul West St. Paul Smith Avenue South Robert Street Signal Hills Shopping Center The #2 route is about a four block walk-- 2 - Franklin Av - Riverside Av - U of M - 8th St SE Major Destinations Franklin Avenue Franklin Avenue Station Fairview-Riverside Medical Center Cedar/Riverside Fairview-University Medical Center University of Minnesota Dinkytown 10th Avenue SE 8th Street SE
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Excellent
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The SpacePrivate bedroom and bath on one side of our 1929 side by side duplex. The kitchen is available for you to use on that side. Fridge, stove top, microwave and coffee maker (with coffee) available. The kitchen is considered a common area as we need to walk through it during the day to get to our office space. Guest AccessWi-Fi, Private Bath, Kitchenette, TV upon request, ample free car parking on the street. Interaction with GuestsWe are happy to act as tour guides, share a bike ride with you, or have a bonfire in the backyard if we are not busy with work. We are also happy to give you a map and let you do your own thing. The NeighborhoodThis neighborhood is central to getting anywhere in the cities. The Midtown Bike Greenway is just out our front door at Brackett Park. It is 4 miles to Downtown, 2 miles to Dinkytown/U of MN, 5 miles to Uptown. Numerous restaurants and bars are just a few blocks away. (Peppers N Fries, The Blue Moon, Dogwood Coffee, Sonora Grill, Le Town Talk Diner, Himalayan Restaurant, Merlin's Rest are all within walking and biking distance.) There is a grocery market (Longfellow Market) just a block and half away. Just over the bridge from us in St. Paul is Macalester, St. Catherine, and St. Thomas Universities. Getting AroundBus Lines are within two blocks from us. One bus line (#9) goes downtown with no transfer and also goes down to the 46th Street Light Rail Station with no transfer. Bus 21 is right on Lake Street and will take you into Uptown with stops at the Midtown Light Rail Station and Midtown Global Market along the way. Go east and the 21 will take you right into downtown St. Paul. Nice Ride bike sharing have stations on Lake Street. You can rent bikes by the day. Car2Go is also available in Minneapolis. There is usually a car available within a block or two. Other Things to Note*Coffee maker and coffee/tea available in the kitchen. *Bikes may be available. *A neighbor's cat does come and visit frequently. He will not be in your bedroom or bathroom while you are our guest. *Minnesota is requiring Airbnb Hosts to collect and pay sales tax. *Our pricing includes City, County, and State Sales Tax.
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Good
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The SpaceIt's a Victorian era duplex with a spacious feel and loads of charm. It streams sunlight at all times, and gives great sunset views, especially for such an urban hotspot. The kitchen is spacious and quaint, and the bed is comfy and clean! We provide a full bed. Guest AccessSee the house manual. It has your check-in information. Interaction with GuestsAs much or as little as flows! We are very open-minded and love to connect with folks of all sorts, from traditional to fringe. Variety is the spice of life and we only hope to see and know the "you-est" you there is! The NeighborhoodIt's smart, eclectic, trendy, and convenient. We can bike, walk, or bus anywhere we want to go with ease, be it great local organic cafés, downtown, the lakes, the museums, or the libraries. There is wonderful ice skating nearby. Getting AroundWe are directly on the #4 bus line, and 2 blocks from the metro greenway. Other Things to NoteGeneral respect and tidiness. Please remove shoes! We provide earth-friendly cleaning materials so that you may vacuum, clean the room's surfaces, mop, and strip the bed before you depart (It takes about 30 minutes to clean the room).
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The SpaceMake the "Cabin" your next home away from home. Enjoy a woodsy creek side setting, just 3 miles from Lake Harriet, 10 minutes from downtown Minneapolis, and 20 minutes to the airport. Attention Ryder Cup Attendees, we're about 19 miles away. Are you a nature lover, fine diner, reader, cross country skier, romantic? Want to do it all? Directly access the Creek and all its beauty through the "Cabin's" backyard. The "Cabin's" many windows and screened gazebo allow you to unobtrusively observe the many birds and animals that are your neighbors. The "Cabin" is the perfect north woods' retreat, without the drive. A carriage house, designed by an architect, it is stunning both inside and out. With its own private entry, it is separate from the Main House, but connected to it by a heated skyway. You will greatly appreciate the skyway and your heated garage when the weather outside is frightful. The total space is well over 1,000 square feet. Your spacious second floor bedroom, has cathedral ceilings, hardwood floors, and numerous windows that drench it with sunlight. Perfect for Yoga, dance, and just relaxing in front of the wood burning, stone fireplace. It comes with a Queen bed and Down comforter and pillows; Balcony; Walk in closet; 3/4 bath; Bose Wave Music System; Books, CDs, and DVDs; Microwave oven; Small refrigerator; Projector for DVDs; and Complimentary Parking in the attached heated garage. On the main floor is your studio/office. It has hardwood floors and a wood ceiling, and is furnished with a rocker, desk and window seat that overlook the creek and gardens. Its French doors open onto the 3 season screened gazebo. If you are tired of cramped, look alike, sterile places and want your stay in the Twin Cities to be memorable, a "Cabin" rental will fill the bill. Skip the drive and get away to the "Cabin". I have a total of 3 bedrooms for rent in this house. If you wish to rent all 3 let me know and I will give you a discounted rate for each. Guest Access"Cabin" dwellers may also use the main house's tiled bath's over-sized soaking tub and shower with 2 heads. Its long narrow window overlooks the gardens, patio and creek, so you feel like you are showering outdoors. Your stay also includes the shared use of the main house's: large fully equipped gas kitchen, dining room, living room with wood burning fireplace, and library work area. Outside amenities include a brick patio, gazebo, and fire pit. The patio's furnishings, include a: large picnic table and chairs; small cafe table and chairs; teak bench; Weber gas grill. Interaction with GuestsI enjoy welcoming and interacting with my guests. Upon request, as a way of familiarizing you with the area I will provide you with a driving tour of your immediate surroundings. More extensive tours of the Twin Cities can also be arranged. I maintain my office in the main house and am generally on the premises, and available, in the afternoons till 7:00PM. The NeighborhoodLOCATION! LOCATION! LOCATION! Minutes to Minneapolis’ Chain of Lakes, Sports Teams, Theaters, Orchestra Hall, Art Museums, and world class dining scene. 20 minutes to the airport and the U of M. A short stroll brings you to nearby "Country Club", an Edina neighborhood of beautiful homes has been designated a National Historic Housing District. Walk through it to the area's vibrant shopping, entertainment, and dining venues, located in and around France Avenue between 44th and 50th streets, and the site of the Edina Art Fair (6/3 thru 6/5/16). An old fashioned neighborhood where you can walk or ride your bike to the movies, coffee houses, ice cream shops, and restaurants.
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The SpaceSummary: Third floor master suite sits atop a large historic single-family home in a great location. Up the central staircase, past large stained glass windows, is your private entrance: a final staircase to the third floor suite. Oversized bedroom & sitting area, kitchenette, and private 3/4 washroom. Guest AccessAccess: includes main floor sun-room, living room, kitchen, front porch, back deck, yard & garden. Upright Steinway piano in living room. Pro basketball hoop in back. Close to various gift and clothing shops, delicious restaurants, grocery stores, local/organic co-op, and farmers markets. Convenient laundry closet on 2nd floor ($5). Mini-fridge, microwave, coffee & Nespresso in suite. Easy and convenient street parking. Interaction with GuestsInteraction: We're friendly people. We'll leave you alone when you're upstairs in your suite, and you can choose whether or not to interact with us socially. If we're cooking a family meal or entertaining guests, we'll likely invite you to join us. The NeighborhoodNeighborhood: We live in one of the oldest and most desirable neighborhoods in the Twin Cities (Mount Curve is just two blocks away). Minneapolis is a beautiful and friendly city recognized for its well-preserved park system and its upscale amenities (museums, theaters, boutique coffee houses, bakeries, and restaurants). City-sponsored bicycles are available everywhere in the summer, and watercraft can be rented at lake Calhoun, including canoes, kayaks, paddle boards, and paddle boats with water-sprayers. Winter offers amazing snow and ice recreation, including an ice rink right out of a Norman Rockwell painting just blocks away and beautiful cross country ski trails over the lakes and through the parks (don't miss the City of Lakes Luminary Loppet in February). Getting AroundTransport: Light rail runs from the Mall of America, to MSP terminals 1 & 2, to historic Fort Snelling, through South Minneapolis neighborhoods, into Midtown (a bustling ethnic area of Minneapolis incorporating mostly Latino, Somali, and American culture), and through downtown (with stops at Vikings US Bank Stadium, Timberwolves Target Center, and Twins Target Field). MTC bus lines run from all stops on the light rail and all across the greater metro. Driving is easy, and our neighborhood is centrally located where Hwy. 394, Hwy. 94, and Hwy. 35W meet. Go less than two miles from our tree-lined cozy residential streets to the East and you'll be in the hub of downtown; less than two miles to the South and you're in the hub of Uptown. Hop on the highway heading West and you can be on the shores of Lake Minnetonka (Wayzata, Excelsior) in 30 minutes; Go East and discover Saint Paul in 20; or the University of Minnesota and other nearby college campuses in 5-15. On street parking is free. In a snow emergency, we have a very long driveway that can accommodate extra cars. The neighborhood is extremely safe with very little crime. Occasionally people come through checking for unlocked cars, so bring your valuables inside, lock up, and you're good to go. If you prefer private transport, you can contact me to drive you between our house and the airport for $30. Other Things to NoteLowry Hill / Kenwood is the BEST area for convenience, safety, and charm. Please check our guidebook and photos for recommendations and maps/distances to common destinations!