4 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, Sleeps up to 9
About Nathan Jespersen
My wife Sara and I have been married for over 12 years, have 2 kids, Tori and Ellie. We live in Stillwater and also have our office space downtown. We both work in the fitness and health industry.
Nathan Jespersen purchased this House in 2012
Why Nathan Jespersen chose Stillwater
We stumbled on this property in the summer of 2012. The home was in rough shape, but the property and the location was paradise. We renovated the home to our liking. The home is also rich in Stillwater history. The trail behind the house used to be the old trolley track that commuted loggers throughout Stillwater back in the 1800's. The trolley house is converted into a home now and is our closest neighbor. We've thoroughly enjoyed this property for the 3 short years we've been here. We felt that it would be fun to share this little treasure with others.
What makes this House unique
By far, the most fascinating aspects of this home is the view of the lake and wildlife. You can see the sunset over the lake from every room in the home. What also makes this property unique is it's country secluded feel, while still amidst the populated downtown Stillwater area. We hope you'll enjoy it as much as we have.
Pool / Spa
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 8
Easy process and stocked with all the necessities
Very nice home, nathan was very responsive. We enjoyed our time there.
We enjoyed our stay at the property. It was a fun time in a great location.
The house had everything that we could've needed and more! Would highly recommend!
We loved the location, the sunsets and the hot tub. The house and outside area is adorable. The kitchen was stocked with everything we needed.
Unfortunately with the rain, the wood was wet so we couldn't get the fire pit started.
What a stunningly beautiful house! All was perfect. Only problem was arriving after dark and trying to *find* the right road to the right house.
The Meadowlark Cottage is a little piece of paradise; rich in Stillwater history and close to downtown Stillwater and the St. Croix River. The trail behind the home used to be the old Trolley track that commuted loggers throughout Stillwater back in the 1800's. The trolley house is converted into a home now and is our closest neighbor. You can follow this trail down all the way around Lake McKusick or take it down the creek to downtown Stillwater. Downtown Stillwater has much to offer; wonderful restaurants, shopping and antique stores. And, for recreation, boating up and down the river gives the most scenic representation of the Valley.