PetsYes, with restrictions
University Classic LivingThis property is situated in a single-family home with two other vacation rentals within it. Each unit has a private entrance with a shared laundry room.The contemporary three bedroom, one bathroom apartment also features additional sleeping in the loft. Each bedroom inside this home features a comfy queen bed. The spacious and open living room features a chaise sofa and contemporary armchairs, complete with a flat-screen television.The full kitchen features a stove, fridge, and microwave. Please note this property does not have a dishwasher. The full bathroom features new tile and a relaxing clawfoot bathtub. The front porch offers a place to gather and enjoy company or just relax.This beautifully remodeled 1910 home is in the University District of beautiful Missoula, Montana. This property was tastefully designed to match the character of the original construction. The property is situated between the University of Montana and downtown Missoula.Within two blocks of the property:Higgins Avenue and then a short walk across the footbridge to Down Town Missoula, Big Dipper Ice Cream, Toole Park, Clyde Coffee, Bridge Pizza, Missoulian Angler Fly Shop, Kettle House Brewing. On The Hip Strip you will find shopping and eateries like Gild, Betty’s Divine, Ciao Mambo, and The Historic Roxy Theatre.Just three blocks from the University of Montana campus and from there a short walk across the parking lot to the Washington Grizzly Stadium.Right across the street, you will find access to the River which includes a trail for walking or biking. This trail can take you to the campus or as far as the Missoula Paddleheads Stadium. *Bikes to come in the Spring of 2022*Do note if you need a little more space for additional family and friends we also manage units 1 and 3 inside this home.Vrbo listing #2599844Vrbo listing #2608159This property brings you close to all the things that make Missoula great: the beautiful mountains and rivers, the University of Montana, local breweries and distilleries, the golf greens, the local music scene, or take a stroll through historic downtown Missoula.