Cherokee Street St Louis paradise studio

4 exchanges
Apartment
Secondary residence
3 Sleeps
Studio
1 Bathroom
667 ft²
1 double bed

Description

Perry has described his/her home in English.

What you will love about this home

In the eccentric gentrifying Cherokee Street neighborhood

What you will love in the neighborhood

Travelers to St. Louis will enjoy the privacy of this single studio while staying in St. Louis’ arts and music community. Just minutes from bakeries, taco stands and mexican grocery stores,numerousconcert venues, bars and eateries

Festivals occur several times a year, with them elaborate impromptu parades are not a surprise. Celebrations are frequent and light hearted. Networking is a weekly scheduled event and arepetitivedaily occurrence. Our neighborhood walks their dogs, heads to get a coffee and some wi-fi, to a client meeting, to their studio as kids bike home from the pool or convene for an eveningbasketballgame.

Many freelance or owns their business independently. Spirit, artwork and music, small and large, are in every crack and on every street sign. Professionalism and partying, friendship andco-working,romance and responsibly seem to be in a perfect balance and harmony.

Additional information

A neighborhood of conversation exists here across a sunny plain of diversity. Our characters, leaders, rockers, workers, even slackers are fixtures in our daily landscape. Citizen’s stroll, slick
cars roll, accessories and flashy style note many of our locals as celebrities. Together we are a celebration of all walks of life and every art form. We hope you can be apart of the magic of
Cherokee Street. We love our local supports at : -Whisk Bakeshop at 2201 Cherokee (@ Missouri), -Cranky Yellow at 2847 Cherokee St. Cranky Yellow is Cherokee Street’s first combination shop, gallery
and performance space and features an eclectic mix of art, fashion, music, literature and kitsch. -Binge-N-Purge at 2839 Cherokee St., the newest addition features everything from vintage clothing to
antique medical equipment to oddities from days of yore. -The Firecracker Press at 2838 Cherokee St. Eric Woods’ Firecracker Press features a full service graphic design studio and letterpress print
shop. -Retro 101 at 2303 Cherokee St. Nestled in with the antique shops of Cherokee Row, you will find Retro 101- -La Vallesana 2 at 2818 Cherokee St. Perfect for a summer stroll down Cherokee, La
Vallesana 2 offers a great selection of refreshing desserts. -. Carniceria Latino Americana at 2800 Cherokee St. This market is a cornerstone of the Cherokee neighborhood, offering fresh produce,
Mexican ingredients -Kakao Chocolate at 2301 S. Jefferson Avenue making handmade artisanal chocolates and confections -Luvy Duvy cafe, Benton Park Café Jefferson Avenue Bistro -ArtDimensions, City
Art Supply, Mississippi Mud, Hot Ink Clothing and The Stable. -Archive Books, -STLStyle

Deposit 300 €
Insurance Required

Features

TV
WiFi
Dishwasher
Dryer
Washing machine
Microwave oven
Freezer
Oven
Fridge
Bathtub
Heating system
Disabled access
Baby gear
Computer
Internet
Garden
Swimming pool
BBQ
A/C
Fireplace
Elevator
Parking space
Car
Bicycle
Motorcycle
Doorman
Cleaning person
Baby-sitter
Guide

House rules

Smokers welcome
Pets welcome
Children welcome
Dog to feed
Cat to feed
Plants to water

Map

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