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.

You can read more about the neighborhood here:

About House VI


  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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