Description: All off-campus houses that are owned and operated by Wake Forest University are listed on the Wake Forest Properties website. Each property is relatively large and typically consists of multiple bedrooms, a kitchen, common areas, and shared bathrooms. These houses are located within walking distance of campus and provide the opportunity to live among peers but also maintain privacy with single bedrooms. Additionally, all houses have been renovated as of 2010.
Please keep in mind that these properties are popular among international students and space is limited. If you think you would like to live in one of these houses, you are encouraged to reserve a room as early as possible.
For current rental rates, please visit http://properties.wfu.edu/ or email email@example.com
All of the houses include the following amenities:
- All utilities (heat, air conditioning, water, trash etc.) included in rent
- Internet (wired and wireless) included in rent
- Individual private rooms are fully furnished (full-size bed, desk, drawers)
- Ample closet space
- Common areas are fully furnished
- Located within walking distance of campus
- Cleaning service for kitchen and common areas
- Washer and Dryer (included in rent)
To apply or for more information, please visit: http://properties.wfu.edu/
For specific questions, please contact Hope Jordan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Bedroom: Private single bedrooms boast a full size bed, drawers, desk and spacious closets (bedding and linens not provided).
Kitchen: Large spacious kitchens with ample counter space have been updated with the latest appliances.
Dining Room: A variety of dining room options are available in the houses so you can share your meals with fellow housemates.
Living Room: Living rooms are fully furnished with couches and tables and many have fireplaces with mantels to display decorative items.
With the combined convenience to campus and trendy updated interiors, the Wake Forest University Properties are highly popular among international and other students alike. You can truly call these houses “home” during your time at Wake Forest.