House VI

 

House VI is a historic home and was built in 1899, but has since been completely renovated on the interior.  It was originally a two-family building, but has been converted into a very large single family home.  The hallways seemingly go on forever and there is a ton of space - including a dining room, second large dining/food prep area in the kitchen and a study at the back of the house on the main floor.  The main floor also has a large laundry room, complete with laundry sorting/folding space.


All bedrooms and common spaces in House VI are fully furnished - including cookware and appliances in the kitchen, washer & dryer, and tasteful decor.   Bedrooms have beds, desks, desk chairs and dressers.


It’s worth mentioning that this house is located in a  transitional neighborhood and there are a few derelict houses down the block.  If either of these factors is of concern, it’s probably not worth wasting our time or yours.



About House VI

AMENITIES:

  1. Close to Metrobus stop

  2. Close proximity to the Central West End

  3. Plenty of on-street parking

  4. Near Barnes, Jewish & Children’s Hospital Complex

  5. Large and spacious with lots of room to work and play

  6. Free washer & dryer on main floor

  7. Central A/C and heat

  8. Wireless internet

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