Bostick House & University Guest Houses has a furnished one-bedroom Guest Suite available in the historic Englert House. Located across from University of Iowa's Seashore & Van Allen Halls, our location and amenities are ideal for visiting faculty, scholars, and professionals.
Beautifully restored Victorian home, with welcoming front porch. Located on the second floor, the bedroom is furnished with queen bed, dresser, large closet, writing desk, and leather club chair. Fully-equipped kitchenette with refrigerator, sink, built-in microwave oven, two-cook top burners, tableware, and small dining table. Cedar-lined linen closet, and bathroom with pedestal sink and claw foot tub/shower. Suite overlooks tree-lined Jefferson Street and quiet backyard gardens. On-site parking available.
Clean, quiet, smoke-free. Excellent references required.
Please email or call for additional information and to request a rental application.
For over twenty years, Bostick House & University Guest Houses has hosted Guests from more than 32 countries. We welcome individuals of diverse backgrounds, regardless of race, color, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, religion, disability, or familial status. Families with children are welcome in our apartments.
This listing is priced above the average 1 bedroom home in Iowa City by $107.
Students who live in this sublet at 320 E Jefferson Street #3 attend the following Iowa City Comm School District (Unified School District) public schools:
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Horace Mann Elementary School
Grades PK - 6
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Southeast Junior High School
Grades 7 - 8
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Iowa City High School
Grades 9 - 12
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