This third-floor studio apartment with a woodsy feel and loft has all you need for a Twin Cities get-away weekend. As it is four blocks from the Blue Line Metro, it has all of the downtown/airport accessibility for business and easy transfers to the Green Line Metro that runs to St. Paul and the University of Minnesota. The studio has a bathroom and a kitchenette with a refrigerator, sink, microwave (no stove). The studio space has two queen beds in different nooks.
“The space is so cozy and lovely—I wish I had a space that looked like this! Zach and Betsy were also friendly and responded so quickly to our questions. It’s also only a 30 minute walk to downtown!”
New 2017 built Tiny House perfect for travelers. Close to light rail. Comes with original poetry. New finishes include W/D, full kitchen, 3/4 bath w/large shower, A/C, fast WiFi internet, desk. Queen size bed and SMALL pull out couch will accommodate three adults. Quiet family friendly south Minneapolis location with less than 10 min walk to light rail easily connected to downtown and the airport. High chair and pack and play available upon request.
“Phil’s Tiny House was a great place to stay. It was close to Minnehaha Falls which was great for walking and hiking. I also loved that it was close to locally owned restaurants. The house itself was very well put-together and had all the amenities I needed. Phil was an excellent host and I will definitely be staying there again.”
Urban sanctuary micro apt. in historic home. Minutes from downtown and uptown, centrally located in the bustling neighborhood of Whittier. One block from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Minneapolis Institute of Arts and the Children's Theatre Company. One block from 'Eat Street' - music venues, coffee shops, diverse restaurants. Copy and paste this link for my larger Airbnb. https://airbnb.com/rooms/7151578?s=41&user_id=16684911&ref_device_id=de6ffed3f2ea7b0d1bca4176dc15e99a12dc74d4
“Colin’s place was the perfect spot for a quick getaway to Minneapolis. The apartment was clean, uniquely decorated, and provided just enough room for two people. The location was ideal for trying out all of the great food that Eat Street has to offer, and it was so nice not to have to worry about street parking.”