Note: If you are a new employee to Macalester, moving to the twin cities, and interested in living near campus, please call our office about available housing. Current Macalester faculty/staff and community members, please see the listings below. 

Property listings on this page are generally within a one-mile radius around the college campus.

How to Request a Listing

  1. Complete the Housing for Sale or Rent Form
  2. Submit up to six JPEG photos to

Please contact us when your property has rented or sold. Listings older than 90 days will be removed.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES:

Other resources for finding a home in the Macalester-Groveland neighborhood can be found at the bottom of this page.

CURRENT LISTINGS:

4BR Furnished House for Short-term Rental: 4728 29th Ave S in Minneapolis

Price: $3000 / month

Sweet 4 bedroom / 2 bathroom home in great neighborhood available January – June 2023.
We’ve got a big yard with a garden and a playset, in a neighborhood with lots of kids, walking distance from multiple playgrounds, beaches and schools.  We’re a half-block away from Minnehaha Creek and that bike trail, from which you can easily cover all of Minneapolis and much of St Paul.
The kitchen and main floor were recently renovated; we cook and eat and invite friends over frequently, so it’s well set for that.
Additionally, we have a piano, which at least one visiting jazz professor has loved.

Contact: Ole Rapson olenelson@gmail.com

posted: 9/22/22

3BR House for Rent: 254 Warwick St

Rent: $2400/mo.

3 bedroom, 2 bathroom with 2 stall garage
Newly finished basement, fully renovated kitchen and bathroom, fenced backyard, hardwood floors, 4 season front porch, bedroom patio (2nd floor), pet friendly.

Contact: Selby Moe, 612-860-3901

posted: 9/23/22

 

3BR House for Sale: 1965 Ashland Ave,  St. Paul, MN 55104

Price: Sale Price is $440,000.00

Description: Updated, light-filled and comfortably open 3-bedroom 2-story, perfectly located and move-in ready. Main floor laundry room, big open basement, beautiful floors and a nice front porch. Plus a great main floor sunroom/TV room. You’ll feel welcome the moment you walk in. Great sight lines, too. Spacious bedrooms. Sunny yard, perfect for gardens or play. And everything is in great condition. Original tile in bath, great flow, fenced yard. You’ll love it!

Contact: Diane Frances Mach dee.f.mach@gmail.com

posted: 8/23/22

Furnished 1BR Apartment for Rent: 1113 Lincoln Ave.

Price: $85 per night as airbnb short term, negotiable for long term lease

Bright, airy and clean basement unit with lower ceilings in Crocus Hill home. This apartment is fully furnished with 2 couches, TV, desk. The bedroom has a Queen sized bed and full dresser. The kitchen area has an electric cooktop, full size microwave, refrigerator, toaster and coffee maker. Washer/Dryer located in the common area of the house basement.

Walk to Grand Avenue restaurants, Starbucks and shop from local businesses. Kowalski’s Market; 0.3 mi; Trader Joe’s 0.9 mi; Mississippi Market Whole Food 1.2 mi; Macalester College 1.3 mi with easy access via the 63 bus on Grand. Note: A section of the living room (see pictures) the ceiling is low about 5’8”.

       

Contact: Grace  gracadjf@gmail.com or airbnb listing

 

 

Did not find what you are looking for? Here are more resources:

  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. Many of our faculty have recently used Realtor Brian Wagner. Brian lives in the Macalester neighborhood, is very involved in the community and has a strong focus on customer service.
  4. Padmapper, Zumper, Zillow, and Apartment List offer easy ways to search for housing in the neighborhood that has been advertised online.
  5. Many landlords post signs on properties for rent, so driving the neighborhood where you would like to live is a very good idea.
  6. Finally, the neighborhood’s free bi-weekly neighborhood newspaper, The Villager, has a few listings.