STILLWATER (AP) - A mansion in eastern Minnesota is ready to be rented out for the Super Bowl.

The house's property manager, Matthew Stepaniak, says that the house is available for short-term rental.

The Stillwater City Council passed an ordinance this year that allows short-term rentals, but limits the number available and limits the number of guests allowed.
The Twin Cities expects about 1 million visitors will be in the area for about 10 days in February for Super Bowl activities.

The mansion has a gourmet kitchen, seven bedrooms, almost 10 bathrooms, a wraparound porch, gardens, covered terrace and a basement with a bar, TV and pool table.

It'll be rented out for $10,000 for three nights, $15,000 for five nights or $20,000 for seven nights for the Super Bowl.