Hartline House

Hartline House

Hartline House at the corner of East Fourth and Spruce St has been a home to BU students for 70 years. Only two blocks from campus, this historic home was the residence of Daniel Hartline, famous science professor who had observatories in the top of the tower and also in the carriage house at the rear of the property. Hartline Science Center at BU is named after this man. His son was also a scientist and winner of the Nobel Prize. This Victorian home was built in 1895 and has been restored to its original splendor. A large, modern apartment is home to four or five BU students. It features five bedrooms, spiral staircase, three baths, living room, kitchen, laundry room, private entrance, large yard, covered porch and private parking in a safe, well-lighted neighborhood. The apartment is fully-furnished and ALL UTILITIES ARE INCLUDED. There are interconnected smoke detectors on all levels plus new electrical and plumbing fixtures throughout. Safe, comfortable housing just a short walk from campus.

Price: $2250 per semester