St. Paul Rental Property 4729, 2BR

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St. Paul Rental Property 4729, 2BR

1,295/month
  • ID ­4729
  • Listing type: For Rent
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Bathrooms 1
  • Pets Cat ok with $300 pet fee
  • Living Area 980 Sq. Ft.
  • Deposit $1295
  • Property Type: Duplex
  • Parking 1 car detached garage
  • Location St. Paul, MN
  • Lease Term 1 year minimum
  • Available September 1, 2020

Property Description

617 Ottawa Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55107

St. Paul Rental Property 4729, 2BR

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Charming upper duplex in a quiet residential setting but conveniently located less than 5 minutes to Downtown St. Paul. Known locally as the Cherokee Park neighborhood, it is 1 block from the bus line, walking distance to Cherokee Park and local shops and restaurants. Great features in here to include large living and dining room spaces, good size kitchen and bedrooms, hardwood flooring, and a great flow to the apartment! For your convenience there is a storage room and laundry facilities in the basement a 2 car detached garage of which each unit gets 1/2. Owner also pays the water/sewer and trash removal and covers the lawncare . Non-smoking environment. Cat ok with $300 pet fee.

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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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