Mesaba View | Downtown with Gorgeous Lake Views

  • 3 Beds |
  • 1 Bath |
  • 7 Guests
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Mesaba View | Downtown with Gorgeous Lake Views

Come enjoy this beautiful, historic and carefully restored home with plenty of windows overlooking Lake Superior, Downtown Duluth and the Canal Park’s Aerial Lift Bridge. Whether you have a small group or large group, we accommodate up to 7 people. With the large open floor plan from the kitchen to dining room to living room, this is a great space to visit and enjoy the company of your friends and family. Enjoy sunrise and sunset on the shared balcony! 

Our kitchen is fully stocked with plates, bowls, silverware, cooking utensils, pots & pans, wine glasses, cups, toaster, coffee pot, etc. 

The dining room will comfortably seat 6 people. Continue on and you will find a cute little nook with a twin sized day bed. Enter into the living room where you will find a leather couch and two sitting chairs to relax and unwind. The Smart Flat Screen TV is setup with WiFi streaming and we offer Netflix and Hulu for guests to enjoy without having to sign in! Board games are also available. 

While it may look like a typical redstone townhouse, 3 Mesaba Place is uniquely special in Duluth’s history.  In fact it was built in 1880 which is far before Duluth’s turn of the century growth spurt.  In the panic of 1873 when Jay Cooke went bankrupt Duluth shrunk to just over 3,000 residents.  These early inhabitants built slab wood structures mostly along the water that were not built to last.  Duluth recovered the 1873 recession and at 1880 was just over 12,000 residents.  If you can imagine it, 3 Mesaba Place was “High on the hill” when it was built.  At the edge of town it truly looked over the city and lake with the best view in town when it was built.  While this townhouse looks fairly non-descript, this structure was actually one of the very first structures built in Duluth, that was built to last in which set the tone for future construction in the city.  At 139 years old, we’ve restored this vintage townhouse for many years to come.  So many early structures were not built to last and don’t survive through the centuries.  When we found this gem we felt it fitting to save it, and we hope you enjoy Mesaba View.

This is not a ‘party house’. Price listed is subject to change. Standard two night minimum as required by the City of Duluth. 18-7968
 
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Come enjoy this beautiful, historic and carefully restored home with plenty of windows overlooking Lake Superior, Downtown Duluth and the Canal Park’s Aerial Lift Bridge. Whether you have a small group or large group, we accommodate up to 7 people. With the large open floor plan from the kitchen to dining room to living room, this is a great space to visit and enjoy the company of your friends and family. Enjoy sunrise and sunset on the shared balcony! 

Our kitchen is fully stocked with plates, bowls, silverware, cooking utensils, pots & pans, wine glasses, cups, toaster, coffee pot, etc. 

The dining room will comfortably seat 6 people. Continue on and you will find a cute little nook with a twin sized day bed. Enter into the living room where you will find a leather couch and two sitting chairs to relax and unwind. The Smart Flat Screen TV is setup with WiFi streaming and we offer Netflix and Hulu for guests to enjoy without having to sign in! Board games are also available. 

While it may look like a typical redstone townhouse, 3 Mesaba Place is uniquely special in Duluth’s history.  In fact it was built in 1880 which is far before Duluth’s turn of the century growth spurt.  In the panic of 1873 when Jay Cooke went bankrupt Duluth shrunk to just over 3,000 residents.  These early inhabitants built slab wood structures mostly along the water that were not built to last.  Duluth recovered the 1873 recession and at 1880 was just over 12,000 residents.  If you can imagine it, 3 Mesaba Place was “High on the hill” when it was built.  At the edge of town it truly looked over the city and lake with the best view in town when it was built.  While this townhouse looks fairly non-descript, this structure was actually one of the very first structures built in Duluth, that was built to last in which set the tone for future construction in the city.  At 139 years old, we’ve restored this vintage townhouse for many years to come.  So many early structures were not built to last and don’t survive through the centuries.  When we found this gem we felt it fitting to save it, and we hope you enjoy Mesaba View.

This is not a ‘party house’. Price listed is subject to change. Standard two night minimum as required by the City of Duluth. 18-7968
 
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