You're renting the top floor of a new three-story building located 1 block from the Clark Fork River, and three blocks from Downtown Missoula and the University of Montana Campus. The views are spectacular: Mount Sentinel, Mount Jumbo, and Hellgate Canyon to the east, Lolo Peak to the South, Missoula's spectacular sunsets to the southwest, and the North Hills, and Stewart Peak to the North. Inside you'll find high ceilings, wood floors, marble countertops and bathroom floors, high-end appliances, and huge windows. The north bedroom has a queen bed, vanity nook, and large closet. The front (south) bedroom has two twin beds that can be converted to a king if you prefer. A down-wrapped daybed in the living room provides overflow sleeping space.
From a summer review, at the rental in our adjacent home: "We had a great stay. Downtown was really hoping last night. Apparently, 'First Friday' along with some outdoor event - music in park, raffle, booths, food trucks- and a beautiful sunset. We saw a fisherman catch a fish as he went by, a kayaker practicing near the park, and a guy surfing. Who knew???? " VRBO asks, "what do you like about your neighborhood?" We like that we can swim in the deep swimming hole under the Madison Street bridge just before bed and walk back to the house in our pajamas. We like that we don't have to drive to hike - we're on the river-trail system - or to fish - we're just off the confluence of Rattlesnake Creek and the Clark Fork River where the native cutthroat congregate. We like that we're a stone's throw from campus - an easy walk over either of two pedestrian footbridges -, and a short walk to happy hour or concerts at the Top Hat or Wilma, or ice cream at Big Dipper or Sweet Peaks.
PLEASE NOTE: we are 6 blocks from the Spruce St RR crossing, where the freight trains blow their whistles. Missoula is rimmed by hill and mountains; sound gets trapped. Your apartment is new: well insulated, with double-hung windows, and AC (no need to sleep with the windows open). Some of our guests don't notice the trains at all. Others do. We would love to host your visit but if you are very sensitive to noise, or being downtown and near campus is not particularly important to you. I suggest you look for rentals on the south side of town where there's less train noise.