CYRUS, a city in sections 19, 20, 29, and 30 of New Prairie Township, was incorporated as a village on March 16, 1899, and platted in 1881 by O. H. Dahl and Charles Olson on their 1866 homestead, who set aside part of the land for a village. It was first called Scandiaville but changed in 1882 when the post office, requested by first postmaster M. Frank Cronquist, who built a store in 1881, was established as Cyrus, a name suggested by Olson.

Duplex- 2 units

Cyrus properties offer two duplex property options. Each unit is 1,200 sq foot of one-level living includes full 2 stall attached garage, with a back covered patio. Each four plex has an option of a 2 bedroom one bathroom or 3 bedroom 2 bath unit with an open floor plan and access to back/front yard.

Amenities Covered by landlord

  • Sewer
  • Water
  • Lawn Care
  • Snow Removal

Amenities Covered by tentant

  • Cable
  • Electric
  • Garbage
  • Internet/Phone

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