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It is a townhouse apartment with a living room and a kitchen on the first floor and two doubles with a bathroom on the second floor. It is nice to live there if you enjoy the large space, like cooking, and like to hang out with friends. Both the doubles are quite large so you have plenty of space to...
The houses are mostly filled with athletes and exchange students. If you don't fit into one of these groups or room with people who are, you will probably not have many close friends here. They are farthest from central but basically 30 ft from a bus stop at all times.
Loved the townhouses insomuch that they were essentially our own apartment. Though the community is mostly athletes, my house was 2 doubles (so 4 females, non-athletes), kitchen, living room, bathroom. The biggest perk is having to share the bathroom with only 4 people. The space itself wasn't too...
One of the worst dorms on campus, in my opinion. The rooms are bigger than your average dorm room, and you have your own kitchen and living room. But those are literally the only benefits. The townhouses are at the top of North Campus, meaning you're far from your friends. Since you're living with j...
While the townhouses are a bit far from central campus, there are about 4 bus stops that are just outside the community. I shared a townhouse with 5 others (6 people is the max from what I’ve heard) and it was still super comfy. There’s a kitchen, a full living room, and the toilet is separate from ...
I loved the townhouses - you and your three roommates will have your own kitchen, bathroom, and living room with couches/table. It’s awesome for having friends over and if you like to cook/bake. It is the farthest dorm from central campus, so be ready to walk/bus to class, but you get tons of extra ...