Note: If you are a Macalester employee interested in living near campus, please call our office about available housing.
Property listings on this page are limited to a one-mile radius around the college campus. Exceptions will be made for current Macalester faculty and staff.
How to Request a Listing
- Complete the Housing for Sale or Rent Form
- Submit up to four JPEG photos to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please contact us when your property has rented or sold. Listings older than 90 days will be cleared.
Other resources for finding a home in the Macalester-Groveland neighborhood:
- Villager: every two weeks free community print newspaper lists housing for sale or rent; available at Dunn Bros. and the Campus Center.
- Padmapper: a website that helps you locate rental housing by zip code (55105), rent amount, & size.
1798 Ashland, Apartment #3, $825 per month
One Bedroom, one bathroom apartment
Heat/water/sewer/trash included in rent
Resident pays for electricity and cooking gas
Coin-operated laundry in basement
Includes one locked storage area in basement, approx. 3 x 6
Building has total of 14 one-bedroom apartments
Building has new windows and new roof, well-maintained
Apartment #3 – South East corner on main floor (floor level is up 6 – 8 steps from the street level due to garden apartments below.) The apartment is on a corner and faces the alley as well as the garage/backyard of neighboring house. This apartment is very bright due to the East and South exposures.
Did not find what you are looking for? Here are more resources:
- Our office has first hand recommendations for Realtor Steve Townley who lives a block from Macalester and has decades of experience finding housing for people in this neighborhood.
- Satisfied customers highly recommended Realtor Natasha Cejudo, a Mac alum that lives near Macalester with area expertise and a long list of Mac Alum clients.
- Padmapper, Zumper, Zillow, and Apartment List offer easy ways to search for housing in the neighborhood that has been advertised online.
- Many landlords post signs on properties for rent, so driving the neighborhood where you would like to live is a very good idea.
- Finally, the neighborhood’s free bi-weekly neighborhood newspaper, The Villager, has a few listings. However, it is only available in print.