602 Oak Street
602 Oak Street is called the “Sears” house because it’s one of the original Sears catalog homes. Yes, people actually bought houses from catalogs back in the 1920s, and this historic building is one of them! It’s a quaint bungalow with one apartment. The apartment contains three bedrooms and two bathrooms. One student per bedroom ensures low population density, plenty of room for social distancing, and the privacy many students prefer over dorm living.
The apartment includes its own washer and dryer. Each bedroom has a window air conditioner, and the whole house has central heating.
The house has been recently wired for high-speed internet. A parking permit is included in the rent so that each renter may park on-street.
The apartment is unfurnished but recently painted and cleaned so it’s sparkling and ready to move in. Bring your own furniture to make this house your home.
$1,175 per month (per bedroom)