Walk to UofM campus! 1 BR with Additional Space, including meditation room.
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 7 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 7 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children not allowed
Pets allowed - 1 dog only. Prefer pet sleep in crate. 1 dog only. Prefer pet sleep in crate.
Max guests: 4 (sleeps up to 4 adults)
Minimum age of primary renter: 25
- We request that shoes not be worn inside the house to help keep it clean.
- No candles may be burned in the property, there are battery operated candles available for your use.
- We ask that you keep the doors locked to the property at all times. This is for your safety and to assist in preventing theft of personal property
Check in and check out with no person-to-person contact
Minimum 2-day vacancy between guest stays
Enhanced cleaning practices
Cleaned with disinfectant
It's hard to know where to go with this. So I'll just put something down....I am a licensed architect (but not in the state where I live) and an award winning lighting designer. If you have a chance to get to Many Glacier Hotel, you can enjoy the atmosphere in the lodge and see some of my contribution there. That National Park is terrific, and the lodge is also worth visiting, even if you are not staying there. I've also been fascinated by people and the many cultural expressions that we live. There are opportunities even right here in Missoula for many different kinds of music, theater, dance, film, and visiting with local people - those actually from here, and those from elsewhere that have chosen to call this home.
Owner purchased this House in 2005
Why Owner chose Heart of Missoula
Well, after eleven years of being a renter I decided to invest - in this home and in Missoula. It was immediately clear. The house had been vacant for years, and only owned by one family since it was built. The matriarch was in her 90s and had moved to skilled care. Finally the family made the decision to sell. The building was quite sound with original craftsmanship and details, but it was a mess. Nothing had been done for 30 years, and it was filled floor to ceiling with stuff. So with my architecture/lighting design background and love of historic preservation, I set out to update and revitalize everything here, respecting the old and the new, with the work of an incredible construction crew that also gave it their all. The building and its contents have lots of stories - and an excellent vibe.
What makes this House unique
This is a very central location between the heart of downtown and the University with immediate access to trails too. That was certainly part of what drew me here. I like to walk, use public transit, and travel frequently. In fact, I have not owned a car for several years, which is definitely rare in Montana. It's also been a great place, after living in the historic Wilma building, and it has gotten better the longer that I have been here. There are plenty of special features, memories, and character to share. Many of the textile bits are hand-made by me and my buddies too. Quite a few of the fabrics are even hand-made, which adds inherent qualities, and further appreciation of the work that went into creating them. Many people from near and far have made this what it is.....