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The Lamarr room is the largest in the house, on the top floor. It has a Q bed + Q futon, 2 desks, broad windows & a large closet.
Our 5-bed victorian house is full of light. Central heat & A/C, laundry, a library, HDTVs, and a fine master bath. You'll share 2 baths, 2 living rooms, and our kitchen & dining space with other residents.
Our street is quiet. Bikes can be rented 1 block away. We are 8m to Porter Square + 12m to Harvard, less by bike. On-street parking available.
We live in a lovely old house, the last undivided house on our street.
It is in a quiet neighborhood, and we are mostly professors, researchers and programmers. The house isn't very soundproofed however.
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The public spaces of the house - the whole basement and first floor, and the lounge on the 2F - are shared. We all share the 2+ bathrooms (there's a bath in the basement for emergency use).
Shoes off / slippers on inside the house
No changing phase-state of the house
Be considerate w/ noise (low noise after 11pm)
Be considerate using wifi (no filesharing nodes)
Bring friends for dinner; keep the sink and tables clean.
Drop off bags at any time; but rooms may not be ready until 5pm.
Wenn du bis zu 5 Tage vor deinem Aufenthalt stornierst, erhältst du eine volle Rückerstattung, inklusive Service-Gebühren.
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Sam lives at the house full time. A long-time Bostonian, he is currently at the Berkman Center at Harvard, designing collaborative communities. He loves science, poetry, education, and nature.
Jesse and Kaia live at the house some of the time and in Oakland, CA the rest of the time. Right now they're working on a hardware startup together (Keyboard․io). Jesse grew up in Gloucester and Newton and has found his liberal arts Slavic Studies degree excellent preparation for his career writing software used by millions of people every day. Kaia moved to the area in 2002 to go to MIT and loves knitting, puzzles, and ukulele.