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My Old House: 309 Kiefaber St.

12:12 PM  Sep 10th, 2013
by Natalie Kimmel '13

309 Kiefaber has many unique features, perhaps the most distinctive being its cleanliness.

While the residents opt to eat in front of the TV, the kitchen table still gets plenty of use.  The roommates enjoy working on their homework together, as they are all civil engineers.Another unique feature that adds a homey touch includes a closed off fireplace in the downstairs bedroom.One of the residents turned the closet off of an upstairs bedroom into his own “man cave,” transforming the three bedroom house into a four.One of the upstairs bedrooms is decorated with scarves from across Europe.The four residents share quite the small bathroom.This stairway leads up to two bedrooms and a bathroom.This lucky resident enjoys a single room with lots of closet space.As a result of no air conditioning, residents bought a few AC units from Craig’s List and secured them with mustache duct tape.Radiators in each room add character to the house.The men of 309 Kiefaber display their UD pride through a Dayton Flyers flag hung in their living room.

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