Well positioned in MIT's west campus, the Number Six Club is the only privately owned residence on campus. We (through our alumni organization), have privately owned this house since 1915, and has undergone several major rennovations and additions since.
Located right in the center of Cambridge just off the MIT campus, the Number Six Club offers a great and convinient summer location to live in. Just a few minutes walk from Boston and Cambridge. Some of the rooms overlook the picturesque view of the Charles River that is quite a sight to behold in the lovely Boston summer. It is quite close to the heart of the city, but still offers a peaceful environment.
Our house has an open kitchen complete with oven and fridge space, coin-operated laundry machines, sun deck and BBQ in garden, and spacious common areas. We can offer high-speed Wi-Fi Internet with static IP addresses and there are house computers for everyone to use.
Rooms are available from Monday, May 25th. Moving in after that date is allowed, but you will need to pay for the time you missed since the 25th; however, the total price will be decreased by $100 if you move in after June 7th.
The final date to move out is the Saturday, August 28th. You can negotiate shorter stays during the summer directly with our summer organizers (at firstname.lastname@example.org).
All rooms are available from 25th of May through 28th of August (5/25 - 8/28).
The following is a breakdown of the different types of rooms available and their rent for the whole period of 3 months with the monthly rent given in parenthesis. Amounts listed for doubles are per person:
It is possible to negotiate a stay for a period shorter than 3 months.
A security deposit of $600 is required for confirmation of rent, required when the contract is signed.
You can contact our Summer Housing Organizers at:
Contacts must be finalized by the first week of May.