About this listing
This private studio includes a Roku streaming device with tons of free movie channels.
It also includes parking, central heating and air-conditioning, a new fridge, and a new mattress. Now with coffee pot.
Open minded and traveling to St. Louis? Looking to experience the city of St. Louis while living like a local? We just added another new studio rental on Nebraska too..
Our studios are located in the Cherokee Street Business District. This urban stretch is peppered with a diverse mix of business and residences. Art supplies, galleries, restaurants and....
Savvy urbanites will enjoy the privacy of this single studio while staying in St. Louis' arts and music community. Just minutes from bakeries, taco stands and mexican grocery stores, numerous concert venues, bars and eateries.
This is a CITY studio, if you are uncomfortable in an urban environment or overly sensitive to unpredictable city life, please consider another location closer to St. Louis County.
A compact kitchen allows for affordable eating with fridge storage, stove, four burners and a few pot and pan essentials. The bathroom is small but contains a full tub and shower, cabinets for storage and plenty of fresh towels.
Here on Cherokee …
Festivals occur several times a year, with them elaborate impromptu parades are not a surprise. Please check (website hidden) for all the upcoming and yearly events.
A neighborhood exists of unparalled diversity. On Cherokee the majority means those you see everyday. Our characters, leaders, rockers, workers, even slackers are fixtures in our daily landscape. Citizen’s stroll, slick cars roll, accessories and flashy style note many of our locals as celebrities. Together we are a celebration of all walks of life and every art form.
Below is a small list of the many many things to see and do in the Cherokee Neighborhood.
Breakfast / coffee :
2101 Cherokee Street St. Louis MO 63139
Open after 4 sells beer, coffee and snacks. . .
3359 S Jefferson Ave
St Louis, MO 63118
A quiet little bar ...
The Livery Company
Fortune Teller Bar
Big Concert Venue / Art Gallery
Great Sunday Brunch if you go before 12
Black Bear Bakery
2639 Cherokee Street
All along the way are numerous mexican restaurants. All good and too many to list.
Then on the other side of Jefferson Ave there are many shops. Retro stuff, antique stuff, hand made local artists, etc etc.
As of June 30/2013: New bed mattress and refrigerator have been replaced. As of November 1st we've added TV with a Roku that streams CNN, Al Jazeera, Ustream, Justin, NASA, Netflix and more
Complete access to the studio. No need to meet anyone. The place is cleaned, stocked with supplies and ready for arriving 24/7.
Parking behind the unit off street in our lot.
Interaction with Guests
You will be provided a complete guide to the local restaurants, arts galleries, and more upon completing payment to reserve the studio
This gentrifying neighborhood is the most hipster part of St Louis with 3 parallel buses to downtown core directly by bus from the corner.
Nearby is a market with tremendous flavors but the restaurants and hipster bars BEGS for you to go look, see, taste and try all the flavors along Cherokee Street.
Antique row is a just a few blocks down too.
It has easy access to the bus station, airport and more.
Other Things to Note
This is an up and coming neighborhood of an bohemian mix of residents. The apartment is very safe and the Cherokee Street vibrancy stays open until 2am serving fried chicken and waffles at places like Melt Restaurant.
This is a NO SMOKING Studio. Non-smokers or outside smoking only. Violation will result in a increased cleaning fee.
Please remove food more than half used from the refrigerator before you checkout for us into the trash.
We loved staying here!! The studio was perfect for what we were after.
The location was amazing - Cherokee St is so vibrate and fun, and buses into the city area were right out side the door.
Perry was extremely helpful throughout and so easy to deal with.
I would highly recommend staying here - will definitely be back.
Great little studio! Cute neighborhood! Had everything I needed for a week of traveling on business.
It was easy to find, the check-in was simple and the parking easy. Lovely neighborhood.
I love this neighborhood in St. Louis. Fascinating history and architecture. Studio was very comfortable. (Great bed) We found it very quiet even on the weekend. And it was a great bargain on a big graduation weekend when most hotels were at least three times pricier. Very easy arrangements with perry, who very kindly let us stay late the last day since we had an evening flight.
Apartment was clean and comfortable, just the type of space I needed for the weekend. The neighborhood was vibrant and historic, good for a stroll in the morning. I would stay here again.
We really enjoyed our host and the apt. We had issues with the door code when we arrived and I called Perry who picked up immediately and was able to solve our issue quickly. I also emailed the hosts several times before the trip and they always responded quickly.
The space was cute and very nice.
The neighborhood was louder than we were used to. The street is busy and there were often cars or people outside. It was manageable but did make falling asleep harder.
Perry was helpful and extremely prepared when welcoming new guests. The Apartment was very comfy and fit the written description perfectly.
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About the Host, Perry
I'm from Montreal, Quebec. But I speak English, French, Hebrew and German. I have a baby son Ethan who is the absolute easiest pleasure to spend my days with while I help you plan your own special trip. INQUIRE NOW!.
I have over a 760 TrustCloud ranking. Awards and Certificates of Excellence by many vacation rentals websites based upon real actual guests reviews. Numerous properties have been featured in |Well Know} e-blast newsletters. // etc/. I'm a wealth of knowledge and resources.
I really love hosting all you travelers at my manage furnished short term rentals in Vancouver, Montreal, NYC, Berlin Germany, Brussels, Amsterdam, Tel Aviv, the Berkshires of Massachusetts, Boston, Cape Cod, Burlington and Smugglers Notch Vermont, Florida, St Louis Missouri, Tilton New Hampshire, East Hamptons and Bridgehampton Long Island NY, various in Quebec and several other places...etc.
My works stems from a background of community organizing and social work centered on housing, homelessness, unjust social issues.etc...
I'm a Boston trained community organizer who fills space. Whether it's a hotel in Berlin and/or in Massachusetts advocating for individuals, youth and families on behalf of the Commonwealth's Homeless and a now closed Harvard Square homeless direct service agency.
I like helping you eat the food you want to eat and do the things you want to do and help you avoid long lines and bad ideas so don't be shy about asking me anything..