St. Paul Rental Property 4630, 1BR

1,125/month
  • ID ­4630
  • Listing type: For Rent
  • Bedrooms 1
  • Bathrooms .75 (stand up shower)
  • Pets Cat neg. with $300 pet fee
  • Living Area 600 Sq. Ft.
  • Deposit $1125
  • Property Type: 4 plex, Apartment
  • Parking On street
  • Location St. Paul, MN
  • Lease Term 12 months
  • Available September 1, 2022

Property Description

1665 Sherburne Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55104

St. Paul Rental Property 4630, 1BR

Fantastic rental opportunity in St. Paul! Awesome location just 2 blocks from the light rail, and quick drive to shopping, restaurants, I-94 and the new Allianz Field soccer stadium! Fantastic 1 bedroom efficiency apartments in small building with 2 units on each floor. Very modern finishes including refinished dark stained wood floors, upgraded grey palate with white enameled woodwork, white kitchen cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, granite counter-tops and white subway tile backsplash. While these apartments are “cozy” in size both the living room and bedroom have been compartmentalized and give it a much larger feel then the actual square footage listed. Plenty of street parking on this block and a small lot in the back first come first serve. FREE laundry in basement and storage locker included. Owner pays for heat, water/sewer, trash removal and lawn maintenance. Tenants pay electric, cooking gas and gas to heat the water heater.  All units are non-smoking. Cats are welcome with $300 pet fee.

NOTE: THE UNIT AVAILABLE HERE IS AN UPPER LEVEL UNIT AVAILABLE FOR 9/1

About St. Paul: St Paul is the capital of Minnesota and is the second largest city in the state—Minneapolis, its sister city. Together, they’re referred to as the Twin Cities. Saint Paul is in Ramsey County and is popular because much of the city lies along the east bank of the Mississippi River. The city has many popular college and university campuses including Saint Catherine University, Concordia University, Hamline University, Macalester College, and the William Mitchell College of Law. The city has its own neighborhoods, including favorites such as Highland Park, Macalester-Groveland, Summit Hill, Cathedral Hill and Merriam Park. A popular shopping area is near Summit/Grand Avenues, with frequented spots such as W. A. Frosts for dining and the bookstore owned by Garrison Keillor, “Common Good Books”. Rental options are many, ranging from duplexes and apartments to single family homes—perhaps due to the strong student population. Single family homes typically range from $1700-$2200 in the more popular neighborhoods, and increase from there if it’s a rarely-available mansion along Summit Avenue!

Application fee is $60 per adult, $65 for out of state applicants.

Call Wendy Legeros at 612-998-3034 to schedule a showing or email to WendyL@CompleteManagementTeam.com

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